Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta Season 10 Episode 6: What to Expect?

In the latest episode of ‘Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta,’ season 10, DMX’s death created an opportunity for Kirk and Safaree to come together with the rap community organizing one last farewell session for their friend. Along with that, both of them momentarily took a break from their respective families, where the pressure had reached its tipping point. For a detailed scoop on episode 5, there is a recap laid out at the bottom. If you’re curious about ‘Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta’ season 10 episode 6, here is a rundown on everything it might unveil!

Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta Season 10 Episode 6 Release Date

‘Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta’ season 10 episode 6 will release on August 9, 2021, at 8 pm ET on VH1. The show releases new episodes on a weekly basis, and each one is around an hour long.

Where to Watch Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta Season 10 Episode 6 Online?

If you have a cable connection, you can watch ‘Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta’ season 10 episode 6 on VH1 at the aforementioned date and time. Without a cable connection, you can stream it on VH1’s official website or the VH1 app. If none of these options are viable, you can watch the show live on DirecTVPhilo TVSling TVYouTube TV, and Fubo TV. Fans of the show can also buy/rent the episodes on Amazon Prime. Hulu subscribers can access the episodes here, and those using Paramount+ can easily watch up to season 8 of the show here.

Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta Season 10 Episode 6 Spoilers

In the sixth episode, we might get to see more of the new face, Renni Rucci, trying to navigate through her work and her personal life. She has to make sure her children are well catered to whenever she is off on tours. We’re also curious to learn how Sierra deals with the blame and hatred she has been receiving from her sisters, along with Safaree following up on his decision to work on his marriage.

Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta Season 10 Episode 5 Recap

In the fifth episode, the rap community mourned DMX’s death, and Kirk stepped into the scene on a bike as a tribute to the late rapper, who was also an important part of the biker community. Safaree also participated as another rider. However, in the process, both of them were distracting themselves from personal problems they couldn’t deal with headlong. Kirk was trying to fix his relationship with his son Ky while Safaree needed space from his wife, Erica.

On the other hand, Omeretta the Great was still hurt by all the backlash she received for creating a diss track where she mentions her mother. Although Omeretta is being perceived as the bad guy, nobody could understand that her childhood amounts to just a pile of tragic memories because of all the neglect that damaged her internally. Her mother can’t be her manager now, which raised a new issue for Omeretta. Elsewhere, Sierra was helping women get on their feet, teaching them how to run successful businesses, but her home life still drowned in misery.

Sierra’s sisters gave her a difficult time, just the way Omeretta’s family did whenever she laid a finger on her mother. The only person on Omeretta’s side was her cousin, but that didn’t stop her from cutting off ties with the family for the time being. Moving on, Renni Rucci was glad to have Foogiano in her life because of the way he treats her children. Safaree’s mother then pushed her son to fight for his marriage with Erica while Kirk met his older son Christopher, who had been going through a tough phase until now.

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