Love & Hip Hop New York Season 6 Episode 1 Recap

Last night millions of viewers tuned into the Love & Hip Hop New York Season 6 Episode 1 premier and it was well worth it.

Remy Ma and Papoose were introduced to the small screen and fans got an inside look at their relationship. Hip hop’s hottest couple started off on the right foot as the Brooklyn rapper proposal to Remy. Yes, they are already married, but since his wife was incarcerated at the time, Papoose wanted an official engagement. Will Papoose and Remy Ma be the next LHH couple to wed on national television?

Rich Dollaz, president of The Creep Squad quietly (for now) returned for another season, unlike his friend Peter Gunz who can’t seem to get enough of the drama.

Gunz wanted to be one happy family, so he convinced his ex Tara to move…in the same building as he and Amina. As if that wasn’t enough, he helped Tara move, stood over her new apartment and gave Amina the infamous “I was in the studio” excuse for not coming home that night.

There have been rumors of Tara being pregnant with another one Peter Gunz’s children (because he doesn’t have enough children). Those speculations might prove to be true because you can see her belly in the sneak peek of Love and Hip Hop season 6 episode 2. Things are about to get interesting.

We were also introduced to hip hop girl group BBOD and got an inside look at their beef with Bianca a.k.a Young B. Up-and-coming artist Mariah got caught in the crossfire at DJ Self’s Gwinning event, as BBOD and Bianca went toe to toe leaving Mariah confused on whether or not it was a showcase or rap battle.

Things got messy between BBOD and Young B leaving each of their managers (Rah Ali and Yandy) questioning their decision to manage them.

Yandy and Mendeecees await his fate, as his court sentence was still pending (at the time).

Cardi B didn’t make her appearance leaving Love and Hip Hop aficionados disappointed. Guess producers are holding the real drama for Love & Hip Hop New York season 6 episode 2.

Stay tuned…

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