We officially said our goodbyes to the cast of “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” earlier this week after the Season 4 reunion aired, but thankfully we have enough outrageous moments from the reunion to hold us off until Season 5 airs next summer.
One of the best reunion moments was Joseline and Stevie J‘s first televised performance, which featured a medley of three of Joseline’s most popular songs, including “Church” and “Stingy with My Kutty Kat.”
Margeaux called Joseline a “trash bucket whore” and said her music “trash” as well, and walked off the set with Nikko right before the performance, but the rest of the cast seemed like they loved it — even Karlie Redd, who hilariously got a face full of flowers from Joseline in the season finale.
VH1 polled their blog readers, and more than 61 percent of them said they enjoyed it, and honestly, we here at GOT loved it too! The performance gave us so much life it’s ridiculous.
The reaction on Twitter was pretty mixed as well, with some saying they were thrilled by it, others agreeing with Margeaux that it was “TRASH!” and some folks just thought it was downright funny.
Stevie J really killed his part in joseline's performance on the reunion. He hit allll them notes ?
— Lovita Alizé Jenkins. (@certifiedbyGIA) August 31, 2015
Stevie J and Joseline performance was everything ?
— ????¢??????? (@monica_Jailee) September 1, 2015
— Melanie B (@Guurl_Melanie) September 1, 2015
Stevie J & Joseline's performance on the reunion ?
— Latrell Phillips (@TrizzeTrell) September 1, 2015
This performance with Joseline ft. Stevie J is straight TRASH! ??????? I am sorry! You can tell that… https://t.co/KRdu2SCLW0
— RoxieDigital (@RoxieDigital) September 1, 2015
— Crystal Jordan (@MsCrystalJordan) September 1, 2015
Dawg Stevie J & Joseline performance tho ???
— Pookie (@PookieStayFly) September 1, 2015
This Stevie J and Joseline performance is awkward for me ?
— catherine obvious (@ennairrad) August 30, 2015
joseline's and stevie j's performance ?
— . (@plentyofhenny) August 29, 2015
Check out some photos from the performance below (via VH1) and scroll back up to the top to relive it over and over again!