[N.B. If you are not up to date with episodes in Season 2, this review may reveal some spoilers]
This show barely needs an introduction. Its reputation is infamous and it’s not hard to see why. I love good quality American shows, and getting caught up in this was definitely like opting for Chick Chicken instead of KFC. However, I looked at it this way; last year Single Ladies was my guilty pleasure for 2011 (a show I won’t be returning too, please God help me to keep that promise); in 2012 I decided for Love & Hip Hop to fill that category…and I have not regretted it.
It is the most appalling, infuriating, disgraceful and downright addictive American reality TV show I have ever watched.