Married to Medicine star Mariah Huq is suing bravo for discrimination, but as the network faces increases calls from its stars to boycott -- Dr. Heavenly Kimes wants y'all to keep watching.
"Keep watching. Make sure y'all keep watching. I don't know about that boycott Bravo sh*t. I ain't bout that, okay? Y'all support Bravo so we can damn keep it going. I don't know nothing bout that. Okay?" she says in a video posted to Youtube.
Mariah, who created the show, was not asked back to film for the eighth season.
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"I am a little taken aback. I do believe that I have not been treated the way my counterparts have and all I wanted is just to be treated equally and I just want equal rights as my White male counterparts," she said during an interview with The Jasmine Brand. "Hell, I just want to be respected and treated decently as a cast member. I don't even get that. I'm treated worse and they did it in front of the world."
NeNe Leakes also called on her fans to boycott Bravo after exiting the show.