Last night's episode of Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta was taped before cast member Scrapp Deleon, real name Will Robinson, was shipped off to prison to serve a 5 year sentence for drug trafficking.
Ironically, Deleon's mother, Karen "KK" King added a new mugshot to her collection last night. King was dragged out of a local nightclub in cuffs by Atlanta PD, according to published reports.
If you ladies want to send pictures to Scrapp in prison, his brother Sas Deleon provided his address at his new residence:
Will Robinson GDC ID: 1001325842 Macon State Prison P.O. Box 426 Oglethorpe, GA 31068
The AJC's Radio & TV guy Rodney Ho watched last night's episode and his recap is below.
Scrapp De Leon was a promising arrival on “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta” this season thanks to his crazy mom Karen “KK” King (even more dangerous than Scrappy‘s Momma Dee!) and Baby Mama drama with Tiarra. Yes, he is the king of bad stereotypes of black males.
So just as soon as he gets out of prison, he gets caught trafficking pot. The prosecutor gives him five more years in the clink.
And this news happened just as he’s hooking up with Karlie Redd, much to the chagrin of Tommie, his supposed girlfriend. (What? The man can’t keep it in his pants? I can’t believe it!)
His mom KK thinks Tiarra ratted her out a few years ago after she brutally beat up her ex boyfriend and spent time as a fugitive featured on “America’s Most Wanted.” So she can’t forgive Tiarra.
And Tiarra is punishing Scrapp and KK by denying access to her son. Eventually, she warms up to him and allows him to see the boy. Then she finds out about his pending prison sentence and cries. Scrapp wants his mom and Tiarra to work out joint custody arrangements or have some level of civility. But I doubt even Jimmy Carter could tamp down the two sides’ resentments toward each other.
Naturally, Scrapp’s efforts at detente fail miserably.
And now “Love and Hip Hop” is about to lose Scrapp almost as soon as he arrived. The producers are clearly shedding tears themselves over the loss.
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