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‘I Don’t Give a Hell’: Dr. Heavenly Vehemently Supports Single Quad Webb Going on Couples Trip Despite What Cast Has to Say

Episode 10 of “Married to Medicine” was the first among three that will focus on the cast’s annual couples trip, but there were some differing opinions among the ladies about whether or not newly divorced Quad Webb should attend.

Yet Webb found some support in Dr. Heavenly Kimes.

Related: Secret Facts About Quad Webb

Toya Bush-Harris and her husband Eugene were two of those opposed to Webb attending despite Dr. Simone Whitmore and her husband Cecil planning this year’s getaway to Cabo San Lucas and wanting Webb to join.

“She’s been our friend for years. We are not going to just cut somebody off because they’re going through a divorce,” Whitmore said.

When Heavenly sounded off on the matter on her weekly YouTube aftershow, she supported the former Webb-Lunceford in going to Mexico.

“I don’t know why these women are so mean,” Heavenly says. “To blatantly say that Quad should not go on the couples trip was, to me, awful. It’s horrible for women to put it like that. I mean, change the name of the trip if you will. … These b—hes hating on Quad so much — Quad don’t want your man. She don’t.”

The dentist then briefly went on a tangent urging the ladies not to “fight Quad on being not in a couple because y’all asses could be there next year.”

“I’m just saying be humble with that s–t. You never know what might happen,” Heavenly said before adding, “Quad is strong and she’s going on this damn trip. I don’t give a hell what everybody say.

“And if you’re the producer, make an executive decision, b—h, and make her not come,” Heavenly went on, apparently taking aim at her cast mate and “M2M” executive producer Mariah Huq. The EP famously declared of Quad during last season’s reunion, “You aren’t even married to medicine, my love!”

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Heavenly Kimes (left) and Quad Webb Lunceford attend 2018 Black Women’s Expo at Georgia International Convention Center on August 11, 2018, in College Park, Georgia. (Photo: Paras Griffin/Getty Images)

Meanwhile, fans of the show applauded Heavenly for taking up for Quad, who finalized her divorce from Dr. Greg Lunceford in October.

“They gonna try this ‘Quad ain’t married to medicine anymore.’ Neither are half the real housewives. It’s about who bring in the ratings,” one fan said in part.

“I agree. I like Quad being on the show. Now I dont want them to start adding more single ppl to the cast. Quad was there since day one. If she was new to the scene then I would have a problem with her going on the couples trip. She still can learn from them and they can learn from her as well,” another fan said.

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