Never one to keep her opinions to herself, Heavenly took to her blog to offer her Married to Medicine co-stars her own special brand of advice. I'd rather walk blinged-out pups down a runway than listen to Dr. Heavenly's advice or voice. Trust, that's saying a lot, as I am not a fan of little dogs.
In a recent interview with Jasmine Brand, Quad claimed that she is over it.
"I don't want to talk about it as much as it has been discussed but people knew us for being like this, she was a person that I just completely adored," insistedQuad. "Completely adored. Loved her. Loved, loved, loved her. You had better not said anything about Mariah last year, honey, I would’ve snapped your neck two times for Mariah. I really would have because I looked at her like the sister I never had. It is really just unfortunate to see where we are today."
All these wrongs against Mariah, never a camera in sight, begs the question… If an insult falls out of someone's mouth and Bravo's cameras are not there to catch it, did it ever really happen? Probably not if Mariah's telling the story.
Quad took to her Bravo blog to address Mariah's latest antics. "If you pay close attention you can see that it’s always the same story, different characters – 'I made him/her relevant' is the mantra. First it was Toya, then Brian Lamar, Reco Chapple, and now me. Mariah called herself a star maker – too bad she couldn’t use those powers to help herself."
Quad took to her blog to throw some serious shade at Mariah.
"I never knew how Mariah really felt about me until the night at STK," began Quad. "I was always a loyal friend, and now it's apparent to me that she was never the friend to me that I was to her. In fact, Mariah wanted a follower/minion. She and her sister even joked about it in the first episode – calling me a puppet. I guess they got loyalty confused with being a follower."
On last night's episode of Married To Medicine things got real as the ladies explored health, friendship, and marriage.
Things begin with Quad Webb-Lunceford doing some investigative research (aka shopping) for her puppy couture line. Is this real? I mean, is this something that's really happening or is it like a jokey storyline. Apparently not because Quad's eyes glow as she describes herself as "Louis Vuitton of dog couture."
Quad has visions of ostrich, and sequins, and leather – for dogs. And she also has visions of checks in the bank. She's savvy enough to recognize she needs Lisa Nicole Cloud as a business advisor or else she'll spend all her profits on herself. Quad believes in going big – and then going bigger, which means seriously styling her pooches as if they are Housewives. Cocktail dresses – check! Swarovski crystals – check! Botox – check! Jimmy Choos – not yet!
Quad took to her personal blog to explain what really happened at STK.
"Mariah is trying to make it sound like she was ambushed at STK," said Quad. "I want to set the record straight on Mariah’s version of the story. I would never try to set anyone up to be "attacked" by my friends – nor would my friends do anything like that. They’re too classy."
So Quad Webb-Lunceford got the 'Toya-Treatment' from her old friend Mariah Huq. Are we surprised? Tell me you're not surprised. I mean it wouldn't beMarried To Medicinewithout a drunken Mariah getting her purse-whack on, would it? Too bad the cameras weren't rolling this time!
Mariah is hung-over sick in bed after a traumatic late-night encounter with Quad. While she's in bed Aydin prepares some feel-better soup for mommy except Aydin cuts himself opening the can and gets blood everywhere. Mmmm… yummy! And sanitary. While his gushing finger is bleeding all over the granite he dispatches some kid to stir the soup on the stove while their daughter whacks her head on the fridge. The mess that is Mariah reaches far and wide.
As Mariah eats, (Mariah feasting on the blood of others seems apt, right), she complains that a harrowing experience with Quad has left her unable to attend Toya Bush-Harris' upcoming party. Across town where Puppy Couture reigns supreme, Quad rouses from bed to fill Dr. G in on her run-in with MEriah.
What happened to their friendship from Mariah's perspective? "I think what's happened is fame. TV changes people. What role I had to play in that… I am learning as you guys learn. I didn't know things were as bad as they are."
"Quad felt a certain way about first season – she did express that to me. She felt like they made her look like my do-girl or my puppet and she didn't like that. Instead of realizing I didn't control that, I feel as though she took it out on me."