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Mike Shouhed and Reza Farahan have had their drama in the past, but we've never really seen things get quite so tense between the longtime friends as they have in the current Season 9 of Shahs of Sunset.
So, when Mike caught up with Andy Cohen in the Bravo Clubhouse during the August 8 episode of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, the host, of course, had lots of questions about his current issues with Reza. That included what he and girlfriend Paulina Ben-Cohen, who appeared as the guest bartender that night on WWHL, thought about some of Reza's comments about their relationship, which you can view in the above clip.
One of Andy's questions, in particular, tried to get to the root of the pair's conflict as the WWHL host asked Mike, "If Reza were to apologize to you for one thing, what would you want him to apologize for?"
Mike shared that he would want Reza to apologize for "being a backstabber," explaining the reason for that is "because our relationship is very much like a roller coaster. When we love, we love really hard, and when he wants to go after me, he cuts deep and says things that are just hard to forgive."
Mike shared a similar sentiment about Reza during the WWHL After Show when Andy read one fan's question asking for his reaction to Reza's apology to London Laed in the August 8 episode of Shahs of Sunset after the two had words on the RV ride over to the group's Redwoods trip. "He doesn't see anything other than red when he's mad," Mike said of Reza in the below clip. "It doesn't matter who you are or what you are."
The fan also wanted to know if Mike felt "guilty at all" about Reza and London's spat since she had been defending Mike in that instance. "I don't feel guilty at all," Mike shared. "That's just Reza."
When a fan asked Reza what he thought of what Mike had to say about him on WWHL on Sunday night, the Shahs of Sunset cast member responded on Twitter that he hadn't seen the episode yet since he was visiting family at the time, adding, "That’s disappointing, I thought we were in a better place."
In fact, Reza was all smiles when he met up with Mike and Paulina in New York City last week. "What’s up NYC?!" Reza captioned a photo of the trio on Instagram on August 4. "The #Shahs are taking over."
We'll have to stay tuned to see what's next for Mike and Reza.
Want more Shahs of Sunset? New episodes air every Sunday at 9/8c.
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