The Frost family has been clashing.
Kirk and Rasheeda are having some family drama. They recently opened their bistro back up but their sons’ girlfriends fought at the venue the other day. It’s caused a rift in the family and now certain people aren’t even speaking to each other. So Rasheeda and Kirk have to get the family to talk things out.
Yung Baby Tate attends Omeretta the Great’s meet and greet. The up-and-coming female rappers are happy to support each other.
Mendeecees has concerns.
It’s the one-year anniversary of Breonna Taylor’s death. So Mendeecees and Yandy head to Kentucky for a rally. With Mendeecees being on probation, he has to make sure he doesn’t get arrested at the rally.
Amid her problems with Safaree, Erica receives some major news.
Erica Mena’s sister Lisa is in town. She reveals that she’s pregnant again and she had no idea she was pregnant because she was still getting her period. She’s not even sure Safaree would be happy if he knew.
Kirk sees the family accountant and learns that the bistro is in the red for over a million dollars. Changes have to happen in order to save the business.
Omeretta fired her mother.
Omeretta and Tate catch up in the studio. They discuss the fact that Omeretta’s mother used to manage her. It didn’t work out because Omeretta began to feel like her mother would get too emotional and not make the best business decisions.
The night before the rally, activist Tamika Mallory and her organization Until Freedom host a dinner. Joc has a conversation with Breonna Taylor’s mother and he thanks her for being so strong. And Yandy and others break down in tears as they talk about the day Breonna was killed.
Omeretta and her mother argue about what led to their business fallout. Omeretta says she chose a man over her children. So that was the beginning of the end of their relationship. But Omeretta’s mother is upset that Omeretta rapped about their situation in her music. It seemed like a diss track to her.
Bistro drama leads to tough decisions.
Rasheeda and Kirk’s conversation with their children went nowhere. So it may be time for the couple to make some staffing changes immediately.
The rally is a success. Yandy is touched to see Mendeecees move past his fear and protest right next to her. Moments like this remind her that she married the right man.
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