‘Love & Hip Hop’: Karlie Redd Reveals She Crashed Yung Joc’s Car After Finding out He Cheated

Karlie Redd has had a lot of boyfriend and ex-fiancés, as depicted on Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta. One of her relationships was with rapper Yung Joc. The two recently got together to look back at one of their fights from the series, which is one of the series’ most iconic.

Karlie Redd and Yung Joc in 2013
Karlie Redd and Yung Joc in 2013 | Prince Williams/FilmMagic

Karlie Redd and Yung Joc are ‘Love & Hip Hop’ veterans

Karlie Redd has been on Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta since its very beginning and is one of the show’s original cast members. On the show, most of her storylines have been about her romantic relationships and her love life.

Yung Joc has been on the show since season 3. He was a supporting cast member up until season 7. He became a main cast member for the first time in season 8 and remains one until this day.

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The two revisit one of their ‘Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta’ scenes

As a part of VH1’s series on YouTube which has Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta stars looking back on some of their most notable scenes, Yung Joc and Redd revisited the time that Redd found out Yung Joc was cheating on her. Redd and Yung Joc are viewing a property when she finds out that he is sleeping with the realtor, Khadiyah Lewis (aka KD).

In the review video, Redd revealed new information about her relationship with Joc. She says that she wrecked his car after one of their spats.

“You know I took that car and almost drove it over a bridge,” she said, as reported by Heavy. “Let me tell you what happens after this. He tells me to get out of the car. I jump in the driver’s seat and I drive the f****** car off. And I drove that s*** off the side of the motherf****** road across a bridge. Crashed that s***. F*** you and your car, b****.”

Yung Joc gives his side of the scene

He explained, “I realize that I made some really wild moves, some very not-so-thought-out moves. It’s comedy now because I can look at it and laugh. But I also look back and I can see where I wasn’t being the best me possible. Some of the s*** I’ve done in my lifetime. Can you imagine me trying to explain my way out of things? That s*** was real, too. That s*** was real, dog. When she showed up and saw KD, she f***** flipped out. Went crazy. They was lost, I was lost, too. I was like, ‘What the f*** goin on’?’ Sis went crazy.”

No word yet when Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, or any of the Love & Hip Hop franchise series for that matter, will return because of impacts on production due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.