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The Men Of VH1's "Love & Hip Hop"

Though the ladies are technically the stars of the show; the men have their own place in the show as well. These men are famous rappers who the ladies are affiliated with in some type of capacity either by way of marriage or past relationships. The list below is the men who get constant mentions or make sporadic appearances on the show! Check it out!

Fabolous
Personally I think the show should be called; "Love & Fabolous" but maybe that sounds more like a spin-off. I say this because Emily is always gushing about her desire to reignite her relationship with Fabolous. Absolutely charming!

Jim Jones
Jimmy clearly gets more camera time than the other guys affiliated with the show; rightfully so though. His fiance; Chrissy is one of the primary ladies on the show. Often times we are invited into their home and their arguments.

Juelz Santana
Juelz Santana's baby mama; Kimbella is one of the other ladies linked to the show and new to the show this season. Juelz's name is often mentioned and after hearing his name so much; he finally made an appearance. What's up with the music though? Not that I care. Just asking the question.

Rich Dollars
I'm not sure if that's how you spell his name; but he is Olivia's manager. He's been through hell and back for her and at one point; he almost gave up on her. I think when a manager desires to walk away; the artist has some type of issue. I know he has been struggling along with Olivia to land her a deal and hopefully all their work pays off.

50 Cent
There are constant references to 50 Cent as "Fif" by Olivia and Rich when Olivia's career is the topic. Olivia basically admitted that she didn't have much control while working under 50.

There you have it! Those are the men of VH1's "Love & Hip Hop". Interesting list huh? Make sure you check out "Love & Hip Hop" every Monday on Vh1. It's a guilty pleasure of mine. I like to think of myself as a reality TV junkie for the most part.
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