Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta personality as well as entrepreneur who started a catering business called Sassy Flavors, and a music company called Expose Noise.She was a nurse for about 18 years before appearing on Love & Hip Hop.The wife of "Love and Hip Hop" star Yung Joc must have finally reached her tolerance level of watching her hubby and his sidepiece on TV ... Alexandria Robinson filed to divorce the 31-year-old rapper. They were high school sweethearts and have been married for 13 years. Plus, we further know that Tommie’s not dating Meek Mill anymore, though they were rumored to be together just before Season 6 dropped.(Which means that Meek’s appearance on the show is also a no-go.) No matter what happens, it seems like this particular storyline is heading toward a Chasing Amy-style threesome proposal between Joc, Karlie, and Tommie, in order to heal the growing rifts between them and make their relationship whole again.
What’s funny is that when a woman is mad at her ex she seems to tell the world that she used to play with their asshole either to embarrass them by revealing their sexual life, or to suggest that their ex was gay. Karlie Redd and her ex Joc have been going at it since they broke up, and Karlie is now “dating” Black Ink’s Ceasar. receipts) But, while that means Karlie definitely doesn’t end up with Young Joc for more than a hot minute this season, it also means we’re not entirely sure who Young Joc is seeing.And VH1’s just-released clip featuring Joc stepping out with Tommie on a surprise date opens up at least one new possibility: RELATED: LHHATL really wants us to believe that Tommie has a drinking problem Yes, Tommie only steps out with Joc in this clip so that Jessica Dime will run back to Karlie Redd and pee all over her particular parade–but Tommie and Joc already had a threesome together, so it’s not like they’re not at least a little bit comfortable in each others’ presence.Lewis also has a personal and professional financial services company.On Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta Khadiyah made her debut in season three of the VH1 reality TV series, which follows the lives of people based in Atlanta and who have something to do with hip hop music.