Reva and Tondy Face Off | Ready to Love | Oprah Winfrey Network

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Reva and Tondy Face Off | Ready to Love | Oprah Winfrey Network


– Well, I will say this,
and I say this to you, Reva, I don’t know how
you feel about it, but it’s a little awkward
to me that we’re friends and we are connecting
with the same guy. I see what you’re
saying because we’ve never been in a situation like this. I get that part. But I’m just trying– To me, it’s extremely awkward. And I will say, if the shoe
were on the other foot, and if Mario were
saying, hey, you know, Reva is the one I am–
you know, this is it. You know, she is the one for
me, I would have backed out. Because you’re my friend. I will say this, Tondy. We’ve known each other
for about five years now. I’ve always considered you to
be like a strong associate. I guess some lines
were crossed here. I don’t consider
you an associate. We never talk on the phone. We don’t do any of that. But even– even with that– even with that– I don’t– I don’t homie hop. I don’t do things like that.
– OK. No, I don’t do that either.
– Yeah. But guess what?
I don’t call anybody my friends. There are still boundaries.
If you– if you– Absolutely. I don’t feel like I
crossed any boundaries. I just told you what
I would have done. And that’s just how I move. First of all, who are you? I didn’t know I was
just your associate. She’s downplaying our friendship
because some penis is involved. So that just doesn’t sit
right with me at all. I’m just saying,
like, I was having this because it was you, because
I felt like we were friends. But you’re saying
we’re associates. So, like I said, I’m
no in-between kind of person with no friend
and associate kind of stuff. Yeah.
There’s definitely a difference. Either I rock
with you or I don’t. There’s definitely
a difference. Everybody can’t be
your friend, Tondy. Well, you’re right. I learned. To me, a friend
is someone you talk to, someone you confide
in, someone you uplift, you pour it into. I don’t know what
she wanted me to say. I– I– I can’t say
that you’re my friend because you’re not my friend. You’re an associate. There’s a difference. Wait a minute. Let me say this. So her and Devyne just met. She said this is her friend
and I’m an associate. You don’t put a
time on friendships. Me and Devyne talk
on phone every day. We text. [INTERPOSING VOICES] Since we’ve known each other. So you don’t–
you don’t say, oh, well, I’ve known this
person for this many years, so we’re friends.
But I just– no. It’s all about the chemistry the
bond, what you share, what you do, you encourage each other. Associate, to me,
is like a bad term. Like–
– It’s not. It’s somebody you
really don’t deal with. I think so too. And trying to downplay
the situation. Is it because of Mario? Would you say she
not your friend? – No.
– That could be it. No.
Sweetheart. No. People– I think people
use the term friend loosely. And some people take
it a lot more serious. Ah, I take it very serious. And I think that’s just
all that it boils down to. So you’ve been
knowing– you’ve been knowing Devyne for a minute.
– Yes, for the 10th time. But you [INAUDIBLE]
Devyne around your man. Because I can’t say that
it’s– any of you guys– [INTERPOSING VOICES] I’m so done with
this conversation. She stands where she stands. I stand where I stand. It’s all out in the open now. That’s fine with me. As long as I know, I’m going
to take that information and move with it.
– There it is. There we go.

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