This week, Mike and Reza met up to discuss the issue. Mike told Reza he was mad, adding, “You not telling me about Golnesa‘s accusations is like you not telling me I’m about to get hit by a bus, because that is exactly what happened.” Reza admitted GG is crazy, drinks too much, abuses mood stabilizers, and is hardly a reliable source of information. However, he continued, “But everyone knows Mike’s ding-a-ling is very social.” Reza also told Mike that he needs to be “held accountable” because he “pulled away” from the group. What I heard is, Reza doesn’t necessarily believe GG over Mike, but Mike needs to be punished for spending more time with Jessica than Reza.
Asa took to her blog to explain what it’s like being MJ‘s friend. She also called out MJ for being so rude to the “pretty girls that come into our group,” meaning Lilly Ghalichi and Asifa Mirza.
“As soon as we walked into the leggings store,” said Asa, “MJ started dissing Asifa and also, as usual, throwing shade at me. I reached my boiling point with MJ being so rude and mean to pretty girls that come into our group. She does this every time. I’m a real girl’s girl and I’m not down with women tearing other women down because of their own insecurities. That’s what that was about, it wasn’t only because she was throwing her usual shade my way.”
Tonight on Shahs of Sunset, Asa Soltan Rahmati starts to feel overwhelmed by her needy and/or obnoxious friends. She attempts to help Mike Shouhed reconnect with the group, listens to Reza Farahan‘s relationship problems, and argues with Mercedes “MJ” Javid over highly important stuff like leggings. To “settle the score” and “relieve pent-up tension” the Shahs of Sunset decide to play a game of dodgeball. <eye roll> In the preview clip below, Asa calls out MJ for the ish she started over Reza and Adam’s bachelor parties.
GG took to her blog to explain why she felt compelled to confront Mike. “Many people don’t understand the dynamic between me and Mike, and they never will unfortunately,” she said. “After the incident in Turkey, things became very awkward between us, perhaps because of his guilty conscience, and he would always talk to me in an angry way. I had warned him many times to stop talking to me like that, but it only got worse. Mike was being extremely disrespectful and condescending toward me – so much so that everyone else noticed it too.”