This week, MJ planned Reza‘s party and Asa planned Adam‘s party. Reza is all about the raunch. “When you’re planning a bachelor party for your gay best friend, who is a whore and wants to sow his wild oats, it’s important to say, ‘Yes. Yes. Yes.'” said MJ. “The sky’s the limit; lots of gold, lots of dollars, lots of toys.”
Adam and Asa, on the other hand, threw around ideas like a beautiful picnic, a petting zoo (no puns included), and a scavenger hunt. MJ refused to invite Asa to Reza‘s bachelor party, so Reza agreed to keep it a secret from both Asa and Adam. Asa and Reza took to their blogs to share their thoughts on the bachelor party drama on Shahs of Sunset this week.
In addition to his douchetastic interview on the after show, Mike took to his blog to share his thoughts on the reconciliation dinner.
“Jessica is my ride or die!” said Mike. “She was furious at the way my friends had been treating me lately – gossip, sh– talking, and making me feel secluded from the group. I would vent to her about how upset I was, fueling her fire. Then the fact that all of them knew GG [Gharachedaghi] was spreading rumors made us even more disappointed my friends never told me so I could approach GG and get to the bottom of it.”
First, Mike bragged about how much gets hit on now that he’s married.
When asked if he and Jessica went into the reconciliation dinner with the same goal, Mike shared, “No. Jessica wanted to be heard and make her point of how they all did wrong to her and me. I wanted us to all come together and sing Kum Ba Yah and be like, ‘It’s fine. I love you. I get it. It happened. How can we fix it?'”
This week, Mike planned a “reconciliation dinner” so they could all forgive and forget. And sing Kum Ba Yah. Mike is an idiot. Jessica came to the dinner with a different agenda. One that Reza didn’t appreciate.
“I was very shocked that Mike allowed the reconciliation dinner to go south. If he was smart, he would have asked Jessica to hold all of her insults for a later date, maybe two or three dinners later, once we were on better ground,” Reza suggested. “Jessica was clearly not interested in reconciling. She came with an agenda, and her agenda was to insult us, point fingers, and to let us know loud and clear that she doesn’t give a f-ck about any of us.”
“I thought that something definitely did happen in Turkey,” continuedAsa, “but nobody will ever really know exactly what happened between the two of them. I think the polygraph test was really important to Golnesa, because she wanted everybody to know that she was not lying. And I guess bit of scientific fact is necessary sometimes.” Please. There’s more science happening on leftovers in my refrigerator than there is on a polygraph on a Bravo reality show.
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.”
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.”