‘Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta’ season 4 returned with its second episode on January 14, 2021. In ‘Georgia Impeach,’ Bow threatens to reveal everything about his exes in his new album in spite of getting warnings. However, when an ex shows up in ATL, Bow is forced to face the past. On the other hand, when Deb’s secret is on the verge of coming out, she is worried that the revelation could tank her reputation. Now, let’s find out what happens in the 2nd episode and what that means for the show’s future. Here is our preview of ‘Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta’ season 4 episode 3.
Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta Season 4 Episode 3 Release Date:
‘Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta’ Season 4 Episode 3 is slated to release on Thursday, January 21, 2021, at 9 pm ET and 8 pm CT on We TV. Season 4 consists of 10 episodes.
Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta Season 4 Episode 3 Spoilers
The upcoming episode is titled ‘Word in the Streets.’ And here is its official synopsis as outlined by We TV: “Tammy and Deb clash over politics; Diamond confronts Pimpin; Jhonni has to confess to Deb.”
Where to Watch Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta Season 4 Episode 3 Online?
If you want to watch ‘Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta,’ the easiest way to do so is on cable. This is because it is a WeTV show. However, many might want to see the series but do not have access to tv. In that case, you can head to the WeTV online platform and stream the episodes. Cord cutters are undeniably on the rise, and accordingly, options are being made available to them, including DirecTV, YouTubeTV, Sling TV, Philo TV, and Fubo TV. You can also rent or buy episodes on Amazon Prime Video.
Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta Season 4 Episode 2 Recap
The fourth season has several milestones in store for the cast of ‘Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta.’ When rapper Bow Wow and his girlfriend Kiyomi get into a violent confrontation, the whole of Atlanta is left reeling. The couple is later arrested by the cops. The resultant humiliation makes Bow Wow concerned about his career’s future. Meanwhile, hip hop icons Waka Flocka Flame and Tammy Rivera are back in the city, aiming to start afresh after renewing their vows in Cancun, Mexico.
R. Kelly’s ex-wife Andrea “Drea” Kelly, and her three children Buku, Kyd, and Jaah, also return to Atlanta. She finally breaks her silence about the ongoing child support battle. Rapper Da Brat is bankrupt, and she attempts to mend her ways by enlisting the help of her sister, Lisa Raye McCoy. She teams up with the iconic hip hop manager Debra Antney to launch an Artist Boot Camp, conceptualized to encourage young musical talents from the city. The controversial Brandon Barnes reveals an explosive truth while Deb’s niece. Ayana Fite, DJ Hurricane’s daughter, seeks revenge when she learns that Brandon has been lying all this while. And when his mask is lifted during a family dinner, all hell breaks loose.
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