Tara is a woman on the verge of…something. So she busts her ass over to the basketball court to see Peter and tell him everything she knows and ask for an explanations. “He’s trying to play me as if I’m going to be his side chick!” she says. “The f— outta here, I don’t think so.”
She asks Peter if it’s true that he was wearing a wedding ring in public, and he tells her yes. “What happened to ‘If you want, I will divorce her and fix my family?’” she asks.
“You said you didn’t want that,” Peter tells her.
“What game are you playing? What are you telling her, Peter?” You’re not even faithful to her now. At some point you have to be honest with yourself,” Tara tells him. Tara insists that she and Amina and he all get together so she can figure out what lies he’s been telling both of them.
“I would never want Amina and Tara in the same room but at this point I may have to wave the white flag,” Peter says. “It’s only a matter of time before they both find out the truth and it really goes down.”