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Married to Medicine's Quad Webb on Toya Bush-Harris Relationship: “I Don’t Have Time to Get in the Mud with Her”
Plus, Quad and Sweet Tea share how they really feel about the bachelorette party.
Quad Webb is entering Season 10 of Married to Medicine, and that bachelorette party, bearing gifts. She sat down with The Daily Dish and shared her thoughts on the tensions in this new season with the ladies.
Quad Webb on Toya Bush-Harris’ “Grudge” with Her
“If she wants to maintain whatever grudge or whatever strife or turmoil that she thinks that's between her and I then that's going to be on her,” Quad told The Daily Dish. “That's her decision. She can deal in that herself.”
Her priority right now, she said, is to have a good time and be positive.
“I don’t have time to get in the mud with her,” Quad said.
Toya previously spoke to The Daily Dish about her and Quad’s issues together, as well.
"I was like, 'What did you want from me,” Toya said. “Did you want my marriage to be over? Like why did you — why were you even involved in these lies?'”
“And I’m like, 'But you’re friends with Anila, but you’re not friends with me,'” Quad said. “OK.”
How Does the Married to Medicine Cast Really Feel About Quad Showing Up At Sweet Tea’s Bach?
This season already has its own share of parties and pitfalls with the ladies.
Quad’s ex-husband Dr. Gregory Lunceford, returned with Season 10, but this time with his new bride-to-be Lateasha, nicknamed “Sweet Tea,” at his side. New cast member and RHOA alum Phaedra Parks invited Quad to Sweet Tea’s bachelorette get-together, causing a stir. Quad defended showing up and said Tea didn’t want her to leave.
“She never wanted me to leave," Quad said. “Toya made a big stink out of it, you know, Toya hates me so whatever Toya can do to get me out of a situation, thrown off the show, fired or whatever, she’s gonna double down on it.”
When asked about the gift she brought for Sweet Tea, Quad revealed she gave her a lingerie outfit from Victoria’s Secret, which was close to totaling $300 and something from Jo Malone.
“It wasn’t to crash you know her bachelorette party or to make her feel you know small by any stretch of the imagination,” Quad said. “Listen, we’re doing a show right? I’m gonna abide by my roles and responsibilities of being a part of the show and I think it was beneficial for everyone.”
Quad clarified she doesn’t have anything against Sweet Tea at all.
“She’s a young lady who feels that she’s found love, marriage, and a baby carriage,” Quad said.
However, since her marriage with Dr. G “ended very turbulently,” she would've wanted a heads up about bringing the newlyweds into the fold for the latest season instead of learning it “through the grapevine.”
In an interview with The Daily Dish, Sweet Tea opened up about Quad’s impromptu arrival at her party, saying initially “it was kind of shocking.”
“I had already had a mental breakdown before Quad had even got there and I just kind of decided that, you know what, I’m going to enjoy tonight,” Sweet Tea said. “I’m gonna enjoy my bachelorette party and nobody’s gonna come in between that, I’m not gonna allow anybody to break my spirit.”
When Quad arrived — although Sweet Tea says she wasn’t happy Quad was there — she thinks Quad didn’t come “with any bad blood or anything.”
“I don’t have any animosity towards this woman because I, you know, she’s the past,” Sweet Tea said. “I’m the present. There’s nothing, you know, that I should be threatened about.”
Still, Phaedra should’ve gave her a heads up Quad was coming, Sweet Tea said.
“I was more a little more upset with Phaedra,” Sweet Tea added.
Watch Season 10 of Married to Medicine on Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Bravo.
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