Love & Hip Hop: Joe Budden Says Tahiry Is His “Everything” And Admits That He Misses Her Spazzing Out On Him

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He want that old thing back….BAD

Joe Budden Says Tahiry Is His Everything

The new season Love & Hip Hop New York is just around the corner and one of the few cast members that didn’t get the boot following last season getting a head-start on keeping his storyline popping with some real-life

Jersey-born lyricist Joe Budden, who confirmed earlier this year that his long-time boo Tahiry had yet again kicked him to the curb for his dirty-dog ways, has been using much of his off-screen time to try and win her back through tweets likes these…

…and these:

Jean vest Joey has even changed his Twitter avi to a pic of himself pulling at Tahiry during a red carpet event attended by both of them earlier this month and convinced his followers to start a hilarious #GetTahiryToDR2013 trending topic on Twitter over the weekend.

Hit the flip to read why he wanted her there with him, along with more of Joe shamelessly wishing her back into his life.

Last week, Joe took a mini vacay to the Dominican Republic for a family wedding and did a few UStream sessions to chat with this followers once he arrived. During one of his sessions, he vented about texting Tahiry to join him and only getting a response back because she thought it was his mother texting her and not him.

He then jokingly suggested that UStream bunch help him get Tahiry to DR by starting a #GetTahiryToDR2013 trending topic……and they listened.

In the end, Joe’s plot didn’t work….but he still hasn’t given up on getting his colossal-caked honeybun back:

Not telling what’s going on off of the internet but, Tahiry seems to be paying no mind to Joe’s antics in public. Do you think Tahiry she should take him back? Check out more of his pleas for her coupleship, along with Joe taking a small shot at Kaylin’s short stint as his ride or die, and see if you think he’s earned it yet…

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