Raqi invites Lore’l and Yandy over for dinner to tell them about her encounter with Rashidah. “I was like, ‘Miss Thang, nobody cares about you. Who are you Al Bundy? You sell shoes.'” Raqi feels the weight of all the drama and it doesn’t make her feel too good. “I’m the epitome of when real goes wrong,” she said. “Why does this keep happening? Why do you care so much to make so many problems?” Yandy asks. Again, Yandy serves it straight, no chaser. She feels defeated. “I’ve fought so long for my reputation. I busted my a– to get to where I want to go,” she says through tears. Lore’l and Yandy tell her she has to keep pushing ahead and forget the haters.
“Yandy, she’s like a different type of breed,” Mendeecees tells Vado. Don’t worry. That’s an endearing compliment. “We all make mistakes, but for her to still be by my side through all my mistakes, through the ups and downs…” Mendeecees thinks this means he should marry her, but he thinks Yandy is still too focused on all his past infidelities. Vado suggests Mendeecees go to Yandy’s mom because once he gets in good with Yandy’s mother Yandy will come around. “Her moms is a church lady. I don’t know what to say, I don’t know how to handle it.” Vado urges Mendeecees to trust him that there will be no more problems with Yandy if he chats with the matriarch of the family.