She even keeps the lie going right in Bishop’s face. (LMAO)
At this point, Bishop can see the error of his ways and he now knows Rochelle is everything Mae and Grace have been saying she is. He tells her she may have played him but she won’t get away with it.
But in her words, “B*tch I already did”.
And poor Tasha is like a lost puppy in all of this. You almost start to feel sorry for her. She’s just a woman who wanted to stand by her husband until he up and left; so she falls in love with another man -who just so happens to be the enemy of said husband.
Oh, what a tangled web we weave.
Tasha’s scared out of her mind of Basie now that he knows something happened between her and Jacob (Lamman Rucker). He knows they kissed and he knows that Jacob told her that he loves her. But, that was only because Kerissa (Kim Hawthorne) told him to so Tasha would be on their side.
She’s the only one who knows the truth and the only one who may be willing to help.
Basie knows that she’s in love with Jacob and will fold at any moment so he takes her phone to make sure it doesn’t happen. And speaking of men who are in full control of their women, Zora (Lovie Simone) is still hanging on to Isaiah (Roshon Fegan) who’s doing nothing but running game on her.
He’s hanging out with, feeling up on, and drinking up with another girl in the studio while Zora’s at home sitting in a pool of naïveté. He gives her $100 to go get her nails done so she doesn’t come to the studio with him and mess up his flow.
But ol’ girl that he’s with in the studio is real bold with her side chick ways and posts everything for the ‘Gram. When Sophia (Desiree Ross) sees Isaiah all hugged up with this new chick, she sends the video to Zora.
You would think that would be enough for her to come to her senses – but nope. He just tells her that she’s his one and only and the other girl is just a bird.
She falls for it and…blah, blah, blah – you know the rest. Or, at least that’s what it is FOR NOW. We can only hope for a change since “She Changes Everything”.
Wanda J. Coppage is a full -time Music Director at an Urban AC radio station, journalist and proud Virginia State University alum – Go Trojans! As a music enthusiast who can’t go a day without hearing R&B/Soul or Classic Hip Hop as well as a TV passionista, why not live a life that covers both?