CeCe I think that you say a lot of things- CeCe!
[knocks on table] Let me say something
to you really quickly. It’s not supposed
to be any animosity or, like, a rigged moment. This ain’t no
Maury Povich-type [bleep]. It’s okay to spill, you know,
like, little–little tea, but real family secrets
that are close– supposed to be closed
to the vents that people are really
gonna be affected by– it could disrupt
the family dynamic– that’s some [bleep] that maybe
you should keep to yourself. – I get you,
but this whole big to-do of, oh, it’s this
big family secret– it’s not a big family secret. It’s not a huge deal, and because of the way
OG delivered it, it made it look worse
than it sounded like at the conversation
of our dinner. – CeCe, I think OG was able to
throw out several things that she said you told her. The Thomas part–
she knew it was gonna be a jab. That’s why she used it
in that moment. So therefore, it’s kind
of strange that you don’t know. – The one conversation
I had with her about that, which I thought, at the time,
was harmless, he was sitting right there.
We were all together. – But it sounds terrible. It’s not anyone’s to share, especially if it can be used
in a negative way. – I’ve been in this family
for ten years. I’ve never, ever in my life
had a issue with Byron–never. So this, talked about him
behind his back… – But when you say that,
it’s, like, blaming me. – Every argument that our family
has had, you have started. – Oh, girl, please.
I am done. You know what, Kristen?
– I hope you’re done. – You know what? This is the last time
you’re gonna see me, okay? So, good.
– [gasps] – I don’t even care anymore. – I know you don’t care,
but that’s the problem. – You know, let me finish!
– I want you to care. – This is what
I’m talking about. I don’t care if you or
any of his kids don’t like me. I don’t care.
I don’t care! – Yeah, but saying that
is terrible. – Wow. CeCe’s over [bleep] here
talking about severing ties
with all the family. Like, this is [bleep] worse
than I imagined. – You don’t care if his kids
don’t like him? You’re good with that? – Yeah! – OG might’ve started the fight, but that damn CeCe
lit the match. – CeCe, I have a question
for you. When wedding day comes, and you look around, and none of his kids are there, how is that gonna make you feel? ♪ ♪ – I don’t even care. It’s more about
how Byron would feel. – Okay, so how do you
expect my husband to show up at a union when his wife has been
blatantly not invited? – That’s between you guys. – Let’s stop playing. The problem stems
from CeCe and Kristen. Let’s not just
put it off on you. So you guys have to fix it. – I don’t know how to fix it,
to be honest. – I tried.
It’s what it is. – This is getting out of hand, so the only thing left to do
is to call Byron. This is my last resort. I gotta figure out a way
to save my family. – I’m not gonna beg, plead,
try to act any different. I’m just gonna move on
and get married and not worry about it.