Most of the partners went easy - except Brandi who made former Bachelorette winner Josh Murray tell his date he had 'a dark side' and ask if she liked having threesomes and even foursomes, with him returning the favor by getting her to ask the same on her date.
But there was a method to her madness, with Josh - who feels the need for everything to be perfect - clearly loosening up and enjoying his date even more when he realized it did not end in disaster and instead made the girl embrace the unexpected conversation.
Its success resulted in spin-offs located in Atlanta, Hollywood, and Miami.
The shows document the personal and professional lives of several hip hop and R&B musicians, performers, managers, and record producers residing in varying regions throughout the United States.
The original franchise version, Love & Hip Hop: New York, premiered on March 6, 2011.
Darcy Sterling, she admitted having had 'more relationships with women than men' - then got emotional as she opened up about the abuse in her past.'And he just beat me so bad and I fought as much as I could and the only thing I remember is that he was beating my head into the ground,' she said, fighting to control her voice trembling with emotion.
She insisted it makes her want to be extra loving to anyone in her life, telling the therapist: 'I don't want anyone else to feel the pain that I've felt.
However, Brandi admitted to the other girls later that she fears there may indeed be a dark side to Josh, telling them: 'I see so much of my ex-husband in him - always says the right thing, does the right thing - but then on that note has a dark side because he has no other outlet.