After spending the last couple months watching the fawkery that is “Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta” we were glad to see at least one of the show’s couple’s get their happy ending.
If you tuned in to the second part of the show’s reunion Monday night, Scrappy got Mamma Dee’s blessing and asked the mother of his daughter Emani for her hand in marriage.
Peep the video below…
And somebody was salty as they watched from craft services… Poor thang!
Hit the flip for a peek at Rolling Out’s engagement photoshoot with the happy couple.
Our homies at Rolling Out put the happy couple on their upcoming cover.
Peep an excerpt from the interview below:
Yes, the rumors of Scrappy and Erica’s engagement are, in fact, true. That much was confirmed the moment the couple walked into the photo studio with Erica sporting a gleaming rock on her left hand. As her smile matched the wattage of her bling, the most beloved member of the ”Love & Hip Hop” cast appeared to be taking the big news in stride.
“I’m in a very good place in my life right now,” she shared, while watching Scrappy take some solo photos. “I learned so much about myself through this process with the show, and now I’m just looking forward to this next chapter in my life.”
By why get married?
After all of the ups and downs endured by the pair, why make such a drastic about face instead of easing back into a committed relationship?
It just didn’t make sense from the outside looking in … that is, until you spend time with the pair. The playful petting, the overflow of affection for Emani, and the sincere look of admiration delivered one to the other all points to a foundation that has as good a chance as any to make it in the long run.
For Scrappy though, the decision to put a ring on Erica’s finger appears to be a continuation of his effort to live life in a very grown man type of way. “It was time for me to do something really grown,” he shared. “So I popped the question and the beautiful lady said yes … that’s why she has the ring on her finger. But now we’re just waiting for the next big step. I wasn’t trying to play around with it for a hundred years. I wanted to do something really big. “
Marriage does qualify as something big. But don’t expect a big wedding in an Atlanta church.
“That’s cliché,” Scrappy explained.
What’s not cliché is a couple actually attempting to make their commitment known before God and the world. All it takes is a look at their own television show, and there are countless images that point to anything but marriage. More importantly though, Scrappy and Erica have decided to profess their vows in front of their daughter — which is a powerful image for any child to see.
For better or for worse, the two have decided to venture down the road less traveled in Hollywood. Where it leads, no one can say for sure … but we can only hope that the cameras are there to document every single bit of it.
AW how sweet…
They also got some good engagement photos. Keep clicking to see.
Source Photos Credit: Dewayne Rogers