*“Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition” returns with an explosive episode this week, which finds DJ Ballistic Beats catching major heat from his lady-love Joseline Hernandez after she exposes a secret that causes him to break down.
In our exclusive clip above of Thursday night’s episode, Joseline unleashes her fury at Ballistic after spilling tea that puts a damper in their relationship. With Joseline screaming at him and threatening to expose him to his family, a show producer attempts to intervene, only to have Joseline shut her down…. calling her “B*tch” and refusing to let her inside she and Ballistic’s bedroom.
With the help of two buff security guards, the producer manages to gain entry into the room in order to help mediate the tense situation. Scroll up and watch the moment via the YouTube clip above.
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Elsewhere in the episode, the boot campers face their biggest test of all—the lie detector! But Dr. Ish and Judge Toler reveal shocking deception, and the couples’ hall pass leads to major temptation.
Don’t miss how all the drama plays out when MBC: Hip Hop Edition airs Thursday (April 2) at 9/8C on WE tv.
About Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition
Baby mama drama, raging jealousy, infidelity and tabloid scandals are all standing at the door waiting to enter “Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition.” This season’s Boot Campers are going to have to separate themselves from their blinged-out lifestyles to see if they can secure their broken relationships. But there is nowhere to hide in such tight quarters… Dr. Ish and Judge Lynn Toler are joining forces to pull these celebrities out of the clouds and put them back into reality. This dynamic duo will be doling out the tough love and bringing drills to the next level to test and answer, which couple makes beautiful music together and who should go solo. This is Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition where the couples that don’t keep it real, get to steppin’.