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Toya Bush-Harris Doesn’t Want Dr. Eugene to Hear This Spicy Confession About Her Sex Life
Plus, the Married to Medicine cast member revealed a possible major career change for her husband.
The Married to Medicine crew got real about where they’ve had sex in the August 14 episode, but Toya Bush-Harris’ time in the hot seat didn’t end there. While visiting the Clubhouse for Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen the same night, host Andy Cohen grilled the OG cast member about the locations of her past sexcapades in a spicy game of “Have! You! Schtupped There?!”
Joined by The Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Marlo Hampton, Toya admitted to doing the dirty in a restaurant bathroom, her place of work, an elevator, and an empty movie theater. The latter cinematic experience is the one she worried might not sit so well with her husband, Dr. Eugene Harris though.
Explaining that she went “all the way” during a matinee while she was in college, Toya understandably couldn’t remember what movie was playing. As Andy pressed for more details on WWHL, she replied, “Eugene’s gonna kill me, so let’s just drop it,” though continuing to play the game.
After all, Dr. Eugene’s emergency medicine job has already been exhausting him lately, as one viewer pointed out during a WWHL After Show Q&A. Asked by the virtual caller if she would support her husband changing careers — even if it meant a lesser-paying job and having to give up parts of her lifestyle — Toya made one thing clear: “First of all, I make more than Eugene,” she clarified.
Not only would she support him though, but the mother of two revealed that she’s already been “pressuring” Dr. Eugene to pursue his passion “in the cooking industry” — and even offered to buy him a food truck.
“I was like we need to try it out because he’s great at it, and it makes him smile,” Toya shared. “Right now, emergency medicine is just not for him, so whatever he wants to do that makes him happy, that’s what I want.”
In the meantime, she did give her husband, whom she’s referred to as a “workaholic,” one critical piece of advice though: “Please stop talking about how tired you are.”
Watch Married to Medicine on Bravo Sundays at 9/8c and next day on Peacock and the Bravo app.
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