While talking about anger issues, Brandi said, "I do have one with your co-star MJ. She ran into a friend of mine and was incredibly mean to him. She didn't realize he actually worked for the show – that was putting on her show – but she was, he said, horrible, bossy, and dismissive."
GG responded, "I'm going to be completely honest, I love MJ to death and I would really be there to have her back for anything, but there are a lot of our cast members that have changed with this small bit of fame. We're only three seasons in, we're not any kind of Angelina Jolie, to have that attitude. The more famous you become, the more humble you should become because people look up to you. So, that's unfortunate to hear, but I can't make any justifications for her."
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"In the situation where Sean ogled other girls at the club, I felt insulted by his behavior," explained MJ. "I was equally as offended as if it were my man who was eye f—ing other girls, and I felt it to be hurtful and extremely disrespectful. Sean traveled a lot and GG was always questioning his loyalty to her. When I said what I said to him, in my mind at that moment, I was sticking up for her by taking a dig at him."
Reza complains about how Lilly acts like she is above the rest of the group – yes, really – and he's proud of MJ for finding her voice. Wait. Let me get this straight. A few months ago, MJ was a sloppy pill popping lying alcoholic, but now she's appropriately reacting to the hate that Lilly spews? Got it.
Golnesa "GG" Gharachedaghi thinks Lilly's right, in this instance, but she chooses not to speak up. I have a feeling she comes to regret this.
Anyway, Courtney's divorce press tour rages on, and she recently chatted with Fox News about Doug, what she wants to do next, the future of her career, and more. Oh, and she mentioned being the Bachelorette! Can you imagine?
So, I moustache you, are you ready for Shahs of Sunset? Reza Farahan is – but first he wants us to know where things stand between him and his co-stars.
Speaking to OK!, Reza admits he's not in a good place with Mike Shouhed. "Our business relationship really messed up our personal relationship," he shares. "It was a huge mistake to go into a real estate partnership with Mike. I wish I could take that back."
On the other hand, Reza says he and Golnesa "GG" Gharachedaghi are in a "calm and beautiful" place. "As long as the anger and venom is not directed towards me, it's tolerable," Reza adds. "But it's very difficult when it's pointed in your direction."