Jill was arrested for domestic violence and cruelty to children on August 13th after she allegedly hit her husband, Dr. John Connors, in the face with a spoon, ripped off his shirt, and scratched his chest. Oh, and then she grabbed a kitchen knife and stabbed herself. Repeatedly. I couldn’t make this stuff up.
Lisa Nicole Cloud wants her fans, haters, and Married to Medicine co-stars to know that she’s UNBOTHERED and UNFAZED by the hate she gets on social media. Lisa and Dr.Darren are in Dubai right now, but she took time out of her vacation to make sure we know she’s unbothered. Mmmkay.
Lisa shared, “I’m laughing at a few people who send nasty, crazy messages on social media. They are so unhappy with their lives and they wish in some way they could impact our lives. Can you say #unbothered? #laughingattheirfoolery Do we in the least bit look phased? #livinglifeonanotherlevel”
Meanwhile, Dr. Heavenly Kimes isn’t focusing enough energy on Daddy! WHAAAA?! The couple is “at an impasse” because Heavenly isn’t home enough to cater to all of her hubby’s needs. Imagine wanting more time with Heavenly…
Lisa insisted she had no malicious intent when she ran a background check on her co-stars and she blamed Quad and her need for drama for this storyline.
“It doesn’t feel very good because prior to the season starting there were many times when I sat down with Quad, offered her an apology, and tried to find a way that we could work through this as mature women. She wanted no parts of that. She absolutely wanted this to be a storyline,” said Lisa. “Quad thought that she could push me around. She was a bully in that regard. She thought the weakness was meekness. The one thing I said when I came onto this cast is, ‘I’m intelligent, I’m articulate, and I’m rich. And no one pushes me around.’ And I meant every bit of it.”
This week on Married to Medicine, we saw the aftermath of Lisa Nicole Cloud and Quad Webb-Lunceford‘s scuffle. Pretty much, they both managed to embarrass themselves for the second week in a row: Quad, with a bandage the size of Rhode Island on her face, and Lisa, with her pathetic outburst at the strip club. In her blog, Quad ripped Lisa apart for her behavior.
“This episode was loaded with truths,” blogged Quad. “As I said in my previous blog, mature adults, hear both sides, apply logic, and then draw a conclusion. Hats off to Jackie and Simone for not wanting to divide the group, but that was already done by Toya. As you saw, Tacky and Heav joined She Who Shall Not Be Named indulging and instigating gossip as she lied and bragged about what happened during last week’s altercation. They were delighted by the news they were hearing like three blind mice or should I say three hating mice hopping on gossip like it was a small piece of cheese. #MessyBootsDown”
According to Quad, she had good intentions when she invited Lisa to lunch.
“It was important I invite She Who Shall Not Be Named to lunch,” shared Quad. “My hopes were for us as women, to sit down, discuss our issues, and move forward. Seeing [last week’s] episode while we were speaking over the phone tells me she wanted the feud; notice her attitude and body language – with the eye rolling – was one of disdain.”
On the show, Lisa said she checked Quad‘s background when she considered investing in Picture Perfect Pup. But – shocker – her story has changed.
“Reality TV is a business, and as I’ve always said, it was never personal, it was a business decision. I did a background check on three of the cast mates because I did not know them from a can of paint and I wanted to see who I was on a show with,” admitted Lisa. “I have never revealed anything that I learned either. It was just for my own personal knowledge. The other cast mates did not care. We know it’s part of being on TV that your life is an open book.”
“What a crazy week on Married to Medicine, starting with the craziest of them all, Ms Drama Queen, villainess of Married to Medicine,” she blogged. “Quad is married to a psychiatrist! What would his diagnosis be for her?” Lisa said she would diagnose Quad as “delusional with some grandiose ideology and a touch of selective amnesia.”