Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta is back for the 9th season and promises to be thoroughly entertaining.

Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta looks primed to continue on its successful run after recently teasing its 9th season. The reality show is arguably the most entertaining, dramatic, and consistent spinoff in the entire franchise.

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Earlier this week fans got excited after VH1 released the super trailer for the upcoming season. There seems to be no shortage of drama in store as the producers teased clips of what is in store.

Karlie Redd is set to be featured prominently and will be at the center of some type of controversy. In the trailer, there are speculations about her relationship status and her being secretly married.

Longtime stars Stevie J and Mimi Faust also return to the cast, we see them rekindling their friendship. However, things get interesting as Mimi tells Stevie she isn’t sure she wants to marry her long time girlfriend, Ty Young.

There is lots of drama surrounding Sierra Gates, aka Sierra Glam, who faces assault charges and a pregnancy scare.

Rasheeda and Kirk are back and will be celebrating 20 years of marriage. However, their situation is not without drama as Kirk also accuses Rasheeda’s mom of stealing from her store.

Fan-favorite Joc will also make a return and will have a new girlfriend. He will be seemingly working hard to make his relationship a priority.

Scrappy, Bambi, and Mama Dee fight through family issues stemming from Mama Dee’s substance abuse issues. This will lead to a huge confrontation at Scrappy’s surprise party when people accuse Dee of drinking.

Alexis Skyy is back and is still fighting over someone else’s man. However, this season she finally opens up about her human trafficking experience in an attempt to raise awareness.

LightSkinKeisha joins the Atlanta cast this season, but her stint seems short-lived based upon clips. In one scene, she looks in the cameras and says, “that’s a wrap for me on Love and Hip Hop.”

This season will also feature a strong supporting cast, including, Spice, Scrapp Deleon, Kendra Robinson, Rodd “Shooter” Gates, Akbar V, Karen King, and BK Brasco.

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