After months of action-packed episodes, the second season of “Love & Hip-Hop” has finally come to an end. On the season finale, the ladies finally come to grips with the many developments in their lives. For Chrissy and Emily, things are finally looking up as they find a new level of peace in their love lives and Chrissy turns things around with Mama Jones. Meanwhile, Yandy tries to move on with life after Jim Jones. However, Kimbella struggles with the prospects of a happy future with Juelz and reveals a shocking secret to her family, while Olivia struggles to make the next step in her career. Find out what resolutions the women come to and where Somaya Reece has been as you check out the top 10 moments from the season finale below. –nicholas robinson

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  • sherrietienne

    I love Chrissy! She is by far my favorite and probably because she and I have the most in common (except fighting, I don’t fight). I am so happy that she’s happy with the place she’s in right now. Her and Jimmy make a cute couple and its an honor to watch him grow into his grown man swag. I love it!
    As for Liv, I have much respect for her as an artist. She knows what she wants and she stands firm. Independent is definitely the right route for her because the industry can’t stand a cocky broad. The only thing execs want cocked on a girl is her legs. Good luck Liv and please work on that straddle the fence friendship thing, it doesn’t work for you.
    Emily!!! I hope it all works out for her and Fab. She seems like a sweet person who only wants to love and be loved. Unfortunately my dear it takes time for the men we choose (especially in that lifestyle) to reach a level of maturity that includes committing to that special someone. Either he’ll come around or he won’t, but the decision to stay or wait is totally left up to us. I’m rooting for you!
    Yandy, okay since she and Jim aren’t working togwther anymore can y’all send her back whereever she came from (off the show). She comes across as a sh*t starter and I don’t like her. I’d prefer her mentor be a cast member rather than Yandy. Yandy’s came off as a sloppy business woman and very wack! Do birds of a feather really flock together? I hope not!
    Kimbella, she seems like an airhead, but she grows on you. I didn’t like what she did to Emily, but I love the way she stood her ground against Erica. I hope she gets some counseling though cause her dysfunctional upbringing is starting to take a toll on her. She seems like the type to either have a breakdown or attempt suicide with baby aspirin. Peace be upon lady!
    And Somaya, she was M.I.A. a lo this seasont and I liked that! I still don’t understand her role or the networks desire to make her relevant. She’s a filler and its time for her to fold, but please don’t add Tierra Marie as a cast member! Pineapples, I don’t like it!
    Smoochez, see you next season Ladies!
    Sherri Etienne

  • Sharshank

     I love watching Love and Hip Hop, this season was
    really filled with drama but I loved every bit of it. I really wanted to stay
    on top of everything but with school and working late at DISH, it was hard. Luckily
    I had TV everywhere because I was able to stream all my shows right to my iPad
    while I was on breaks. So hopefully everyone returns for the next season. I
    can’t wait.