[Episode: Bait and Switch 8/10/15]
Jocelyn is the -ish. I really do love ‘baby girl.’
I see her handling her business without Stevie heading up the world.
She looks good on ‘the twirl,’ and I know that she understands
a queen will indeed run her scene without letting go of the kings hand.
It’s an LGBT organization and Jocelyn Hernandez is all in.
She feels she’s a perfect fit to deliver the spit, her bisexuality grants her ‘kin.’
Then there’s Rasheeda and Kirk and the store.
He gave her what she’s always wanted- now they won’t fight no more.
I love happy endings. It’s the rise after the fall.
I see Kirk went all out and leased Rasheeda space in Buckhead Mall.
Me and my reality show perusing. It’s a pleasure with no strife,
and I love that little show intro hook, “Its the life – This is the Life.”
It gets me hype.
We then slid into the studio and wouldn’t you know
It was Dime on her barred line in the House of Margeaux.
Jessica Dime is not “on-point” line for line; her product shows.
And if she hears about this and get’s mad – caveat, I’m the real deal griot!
I’ll re-write your persona show
and shut it down – no blow-for-blow.
Yo! Its literally how I roll and Dime’s lack of talent is just my opinion.
HOFM is good all by itself without the wretched minion.
Then the show dropped in on Kaleena, she’s got post pardon depression
And Scappy doesn’t want to give Moma Dukes away if Erica’s presence is in the mention.
Stevie J confronted Jocelyn on working with his associate Lo
and Jocelyn flipped the conversation and said, ‘it’s because of you‘ – yo!
Wait. What? – Yes. Word.
Jocelyn is in the studio because she wants to be heard.
She told Stevie J she would have much rather cut the track at home,
but he’s working with Tiffany Fox, so Jocelyn had to go on the roam.
Stevie J was taken indeed aback,
he remembered Jocelyn asking him for another banging track.
Jocelyn ended the conversation with a queens plea to her hubby
to support her at Gayborhood… ‘to support is to love me.’
I know Stevie J loves her, and I hope he shows up.
I’m pulling for Jocelyn in Washington to do her thing and turn up.
And that’s enough of Love and Hip Hop right now,
That Griot She — all the time, anyway and anyhow.