Love & Hip Hop: Miami Season 1 Episode 9 “What’s Beef”

Love & Hip Hop: Miami Season 1 Episode 9 “What’s Beef”

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Is Miami extremely small? I understand that folks say it’s a small world based on finding out someone knows someone they know. But Miami has to be minuscule, that’s the only explanation I can think of to explain why Michelle Pooch and Prince have this beef. 

It went another notch, Prince having had his fashion show and pool party sabotaged, planned to fight back. He crashed Pooches single release party with a traveling party. There was a neon drummer and a line of dancers.

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Of course Pooch was upset, but her fury had nothing on Malik who took this as a personal offense. Dropping homophobic slurs and threatening anyone who laughed at him.

Still on a rage high, he let Jeffery have it after he found out Jeffery showed up to Bobby’s performance. Stating Jeffrey can’t go see an ex and come home to him. Didn’t Jeffery do that when he saw you and came home to Bobby? 

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Bobby was feeling way up. After playing his new single Way Up, on Trick Daddy and Super Cindy’s podcast, he came for his cousin Trina. Bobby said Trina never supported him and wants to be the only star in the family. 

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Cut to Trina showing up to Bobby’s performance aka “supporting” him and she let Bobby have it once she found out what he said.  

Baby Blue is quickly becoming my favorite Pretty Ricky memeber. He not only invited Scrappy to Shay’s bootcamp class, he also intervened when Shay and Scrappy got into a heated argument. Blue understood there was still love between these two and got them to apologize for their actions. If he can just get the “me too” type statements under control he might achieve LHH goat status. 

 

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