Dr. Heavenly talks about the craziest stories she’s heard of women chasing the doctors of Atlanta.

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LynnPhoenix
LynnPhoenix

Normally, I don't defend Toya. But I think Simone and Heavenly are too judgmental when it comes to Toya wanting to be home to raise her boys. I wish Toya could really be strong and articulate well enough for them to "get it" because they don't. Toya is in her best light when we see her with her boys and her husband. She's a good Mother and a good wife. Simone, from what we can see, is a failure as a wife. Her husband is seriously neglected. Her sons will be alright because her husband is there to make sure they are alright - not Simone. Her priority is her career, her identity, and not really sure what's next in line on that priority list because it never seems to be family. A woman like Toya actually makes Simone look bad in a way. Heavenly is WAY TOO HARSH on Toya. At first I thought it was just arrogance that Heavenly just truly believes she's so above Toya. But after watching Heavenly demean and devalue Toya as if she's a gold digger and a Keisha that trapped her husband, I think Heavenly is a little jealous of Toya. Heavenly admitted she stole her husband from another woman...so Heavenly was a real Keisha! Toya is a devoted wife and Mother. She might not be too bright in terms of money matters or evolved in social situations. But the girl is about her family and you gotta respect her for that. I'm starting to think Simone and Heavenly ARE jealous of Toya is a weird way. 

Kmm66623
Kmm66623

@LynnPhoenix I use to defend Toya.. then I read her latest blog..Her exact words are " 

 I choose to be present in my children's life, instead of neglecting them and leaving them at a nanny's house as I strive to stack up my checks."  That was a very ignorant  and hurtful comment.. Not all households have a Doctor's salary and can afford to HAVE a  choice..... Most families need 2 paychecks in their family to live and its not a choice for most people... Very bad choice of words, very bad!