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The series would star Stevie J's girlfriend Mimi Faust, Lil Scrappy's girlfriend Erica Dixon, Rasheeda, K.
In the second episode, Lenny Kravitz's character is seen watching a scene of the show featuring Mimi Faust and Stevie J.Pre Madonna appeared in a minor supporting role for two episodes.Towards the end of the season, former main cast member Tammy Rivera returned in a supporting role for three episodes.Michelle: My Life, with guest appearances from cast members Lil Fizz, Nikki Mudarris and Jonathan Fernandez. Michelle, despite persistent rumors of a mass firing, all main cast members from the previous season returned, along with Tommie Lee, who was promoted to the main cast.Social media personality Lovely Mimi joined the supporting cast, along with club promoter Melissa Scott, Kirk's alleged mistress Jasmine Washington, her lovers Rod Bullock and Keanna Arnold, beauty shop owner Sierra Gates, her assistant Moriah Lee and her husband Shooter Gates.In a later scene in the same episode, Jessica Dime makes a cameo appearance as a stripper.
Additionally, Star cast member Jasmine Burke guest starred in Love & Hip Hop: Atlantas sixth season as herself.Lyfe Jennings and Rasheeda's mother Shirleen Harvell joined the supporting cast, along with "momager" Karen "KK" King, her son Scrapp De Leon, Scrapp's girlfriend Tommie Lee, his baby mama Tiarra Becca, Mimi's girlfriend Chris Gould, Grammy Award-winning songwriter D. Kirk's daughter Kelsie Frost, Scrapp's brother Sas, radio personality J-Nicks and stripper Amber Priddy appeared in minor supporting roles. Smith became the first openly transgender castmate in the show's history.Gould would reveal his identity as a trans man in an episode near the end of season.Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta has largely been overshadowed by criticism and controversy, with the franchise referred to as "ratchet TV" for its seemingly negative and stereotypical portrayal of black women and its focus on dysfunctional relationships, materialism, hyper-sexuality and violence.Scott-Young has continuously defended the show against these accusations, saying it was not created to represent all African-Americans: "It's set in a specific world and I don’t think that there’s anybody who’s navigated that world who would deny that these things happen.” Love & Hip Hop is often criticized for appearing to fabricate much of its storyline.Michelle, who left to join the cast of Love & Hip Hop: New York, all main cast members from the previous season returned for a third season.