*The stars navigate the hazards of dominance. A controlling Soulja Boy drives Nia over the edge. Lil’ Fizz and Tiffany take an unexpected turn. Waka Flocka and Tammy crash and burn over past issues of infidelity.
This season, some of the biggest names in Hip Hop are moving under one roof to put their relationships to the test. In the glamorous world where business is mixed with pleasure and exotic temptations are knocking on every door, a lifestyle in the fast lane can be both a blessing and a curse.
Soulja Boy and Nia Riley, are crankin’ up the heat with issues beyond repair. Soulja wants to get married but Nia struggles to free herself from his control while caught in the crossfire of his vicious social media attacks. Rapper Waka Flocka and his wife Tammy Rivera may look like everything’s all gucci, but salacious rumors of infidelity say otherwise… It’s make or break for Hip Hop’s Superwoman aka Lil’ Mo and her husband, boxer Karl Dargan. Allegedly, Karl has been unfaithful in their marriage while Mo, the breadwinner, is ready to put all the side chicks on full blast.
For “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” star, Jessica Dime and her fiancé, professional basketball player Shawne Williams, Boot Camp is their last resort. Shawne has put a ring on it, but has yet to set a wedding date in 2 years! Reuniting for the first time in months, Lil’ Fizz of B2K Tiffany Campbell from “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood,” make a last-ditch effort to reignite the spark before the love completely fizzles out! But Tiffany isn’t the only ex Fizz will bump bump bump into!
Dr. Ish and Dr. V are back and upping their therapy game by pulling these couples straight outta hip hop and straight into the toughest two weeks they will endure to salvage their toxic relationships. The Boot Camp quickly launches into breakdowns and blow ups when the couples are stripped away from the VIP treatment and find themselves pleading their case before Judge Lynn Toler from “Divorce Court.” In the end, these couples will have to face the music and make the ultimate decision. To leave together or break things off forever.