Safaree risks missing his daughter’s birth. The Creep Squad’s meeting goes left.
Remy Ma heads to court, PHresher tries to turn over a new leaf, Mama Jones learns about Chrissy's involvement in her new house, and Safaree reveals concerning news to Erica.
Somaya tries to fix Yandy and Kimbella's feud with the healing power of her spiritual tea; Joe and Cyn arrive together to Erica's baby shower, sending angering Tahiry.
Yandy helps Jonathan plan a fundraiser for his nephew, Rich confronts Cisco, Jim contemplates telling Mama Jones a secret, and Yandy and Kimbella face off at a sleepover.
Olivia returns to New York to revive her music career but must confront Chrissy and Rich first; Yandy's prison reform protest in Mississippi could jeopardize Mendeecees' release; Remy's new legal troubles may send her back to prison.
After the chaos of his bachelor party, Safaree gets cold feet about the wedding; and Erica gets some timely advice from Remy Ma.
Rich Dollaz sets up an awkward meeting between Jennaske and PHresher, Yandy gets unexpected news from Mendeecees, and Safaree and Erica's pre-wedding celebration hits a snag.
Safaree is forced to set things right to save his wedding; Cyn Santana confronts Erica Mena about her plan to match Tahiry back with Joe Budden; Phresher must fight to keep Jennaske from jumping ship after Jen's public explosion.
Exes Joe and Tahiry explore a new relationship, Chrissy confronts Yandy over their tumultuous past, and an awkward text could jeopardize Erica and Safaree's wedding.
Chrissy takes Kimbella and Juju to Philly to try and save her real estate business. Erica Mena and Safaree face a painful decision. Rich Dollaz is ready to work with up and coming rapper Jennaske.
Fat Joe tries to help Remy Ma get her career back on track, Kimbella lashes out at Yandy and Jonathan for being messy, and Chrissy and Jim's home goes into foreclosure.
Chrissy Lampkin and Jim Jones return to New York City, Joe and Cyn struggle to co-parent after calling off their engagement, and Remy Ma's off-parole party gets tense.
When people think of the hip hop life, they think of the players - the men who shape the music and the blinged-out lifestyle that comes with success. The fact is the hip hop life is different for the women involved: the spouses, girlfriends or artists trying to define themselves in a world where men are still calling the shots.