Melody Holt has more to say about her divorce.
There have been a lot of heated moments so far between Melody Holt and Martell Holt on the latest season of “Love & Marriage Huntsville.” Melody is ready for the divorce to be over so she can move on with her life. After Martell told her that he has a baby on the way with his mistress Arionne Curry, Melody came to the conclusion that Martell would never actually change. So she could no longer stay in the situation when no progress would ever be made.
As for Martell, he’s been angry about the demise of the marriage. He wanted to keep the family together. Plus, he blamed Melody for his unfaithful ways. He said that had she been doing what he wanted her to do in the bedroom, they would be in a much better place.
Melody Holt got candid about Martell Holt’s accusations.
During an interview with Funky Dineva, Melody was asked about this. And Funky questioned how she felt about Martell blaming her for him stepping outside of the marriage for s*x.
Melody said, “At the end of the day, it wasn’t a situation to where I was doing something before the marriage, cause that’s wrong, let me be clear. You don’t start out in the relationship one way and then switch that stuff up when you get married. That’s not okay.” She continued, “So for me, I never was always giving you this every day. Okay? And it never was requested either. So what I really feel to be quite frank, is that for whatever reason, maybe when he stepped out or whatever, he started feeling like, ‘Oh, I want this every day.'”
For Melody, she didn’t want to do “it” every day, “Well, I’m sorry. But I’m not about to do that every day. And I didn’t start out doing it every day.”
At this point, Funky asked, “For clarity, are we talking about oral s*x?” And Melody said, “Absolutely.” She also clarified that it’s not that she didn’t do it at all, “I did it, throughout my marriage. I just wasn’t about to do it every day.”
Is Melody Holt blocking Arionne Curry from being on the show?
Melody was also asked if she’s been blocking Arionne from being on “Love & Marriage: Huntsville.” She said, “I will say this, the Oprah Winfrey Network is 76 percent African American female viewers. I think the network makes decisions that they feel is best for their show.”
Funky then asked, “Hypothetically, if OWN was open to her being on the show, would you be okay with it?” And Melody made it clear where she stands on the matter, “Why would I?”