Love & Hip Hop: Miami Season 1 Reunion Pt. 1 “Blue Check" Recap
Miami's debut season has been filled with explosive confrontations and the first part of the reunion kept that same energy.
Things started with Trina and Bobby coming to terms and mutually respecting each other. Then Bobby after being called "aggey" by Trina, decided to throw that adjective towards his rival and Trina's assistance Alvin.
They almost came to blows, and agreed to be cool one day, but not today. Bobby could have ended things if he had bowed down to Queen Alvin and kissed his feet. But Bobby is too way up to bow down.
Next up was Pleasure P and his Pretty Ricky co-horts. The album is done, Shay apologize to the they're in a good place. Speaking of place Gabby was not at the reunion, instead she was in Jamaica waiting for P to join her.
Little Boy Blue decided to go into business for himself. He was so Team Shay. He called Gabby an opportunitist, stated P couldn't defend Shay when Shay and Blue argued, attacked Liz when she tried to chime in and told Nina not to check him over some chick.
After Prince stood up and almost got ran up on by Slick Em, the dust settled and Blue apologized. If I was vh1 I might want to send Blue over to Family Therapy before season 2 of Miami.
Malik dropped a bomb on Jeffrey. He ended the relationship right there on stage. Jeffrey was blindsided by this even though they were on opposite couches.
Afterwards Malik sort of apologize for using homophobic slurs, remained adamant about the comment not being aimed at Bobby, and he's happy that he came out on the show.
Trick and Trina perform Paradise and normally the show would end. But for some reason LHHMIA decided to get into Amara and Hollywood storyline.
The montage showed everything except Hollywood's apology and getting her a radio interview. So Hollywood was on the defensive, making sure we knew him and Amara's mom dubbed. Then he brought up a bed set Amara bought him, and Amara laying in his bed. And that's where the show ended.
All in all an informative episode with odd pacing. Can't wait to see part two.