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Toya Bush-Harris Apologizes for Her Comments About Quad Webb's Home

The Married to Medicine cast member reveals what she regrets saying about Quad's former townhouse. 

By Abby Feiner
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After Toya Bush Harris' comments about Quad Webb's former townhouse during an Instagram Live caused tension between the two friends, Toya was ready to apologize to Quad on Part 1 of the Married to Medicine reunion. 

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"I should not have been tipsy on the Live and used the word 'apartment' and been so negative against you," Toya said to Quad. When host Andy Cohen asked, "Do you regret calling Quad's apartment bulls--t?" Toya was quick to express remorse for that as well. 

"I do," she said. "You know, I walked into the townhouse, and I said that house, it was beautiful... I said I would live there. I would."

Toya's new home has also been a buzzed-about topic among the cast members after she made the surprising move to put it on the market. During the reunion, Toya took the opportunity to clarify that her issues with Anila Sajja, who lives nearby, had nothing to do with her wanting to sell her house. "It's not because you want to move away from Anila?" Andy asked, to which Toya quickly replied, "No."

Toya then went on to explain her reasoning for trying to sell the home. "Everybody in the neighborhood has literally been making a million over [the purchase price]," she shared. "It's a house. What makes it a home is us, and to be honest with you, I wouldn't mind being closer to [my sons'] school." 

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