‘Love & Hip Hop: New York’ Season 10 Finale: Rich Dollaz tells Olivia why he doesn't think he owes her money
Olivia Longott aka the first lady of ‘G-Unit’, seems to be following 50 Cent’s footsteps. While 50 is notorious for calling out people on social media demanding they pay him back the money owed to him, Olivia took a slightly different approach. If you watched the early episodes of ‘Love & Hip Hop: New York’ you might remember that the ‘Candy Shop’ singer used to star in it and she even recorded a song called ‘December’ while she was on the show, with the help of her then-manager Rich Dollaz.
Olivia soon quit the show only to return in Season 10, accusing Rich of owing her $110k. According to Olivia, her former manager made money off her song and didn't pay her. In the upcoming Season 10 finale episode, we see Olivia sitting down with her other former manager Cisco and Rich to try to get to the bottom of the issue. Rich clears the air by telling Olivia that since she didn’t write the record, she doesn’t get any money for it. We are not shown Olivia’s response to it, so we will have to watch the episode to see how the former ‘G-Unit’ singer takes Rich’s explanation.
The upcoming episode also features Phresher and his fiancee Jenn continuing to fight about Jada. In the cliffhanger clip, we see Jenn expressing her disappointment with her man when she learns that he went behind her back to meet up with Jada to discuss money. We can’t wait to see if the couple will manage to come out of this argument without breaking up.
Aside from the money drama, we will also see some baby drama, when Erica Mena calls up Safaree Samuels saying that her water broke. She urges her husband to see her soon. It seems like Safaree has already embarked on his two weeks tour, for he looks extremely stressed and unhappy. We see the rapper double-checking with his wife if she is sure about her water breaking. Knowing Erica, it is safe to assume that the couple might have gotten into a huge fight over it.
You can catch new episodes of ‘Love & Hip Hop New York’ Season 10, every Monday, at 8 pm only on VH1.