Watch: Spice Explains Jamaican Slangs On Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta

Spice explains popular Jamaican slangs on Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta. Do you know them all? Watch now!

Watch Spice Teach Popular Jamaican Slangs On Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta

brought Jamaica slangs to Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta.

The artist strong ties to her Jamaican culture are celebrated as the show’s cast, including Mimi, Rasheeda, Stevie J, Tokyo Vanity, Kirk, and Scrapp try to decipher the meaning behind some of the country’s most commonly used colloquial phrases.

In the latest sneak peek from season 8 of the VH1 hit reality television series, Spice broke down the meaning of terms and phrases like “Matey,” “Goodaz,” “Steam Fish Okra body,”  anf “Par Pon Di Endz.”

According to reports, the Jamaican entertainer will have a more prominent role on Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta than she had in her debut season last year.

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