Marsau Scott accused Melody Shari of never being accountable.
“Love & Marriage: Huntsville” star Marsau Scott had a lot to say to Melody Shari while filming the current season’s reunion. Carlos King asked Melody if there was any chance that she could mend her friendships with the Scotts. Melody is only friends with Kimmi Scott.
She went on to say that the issue has been that the others don’t want to be accountable for their role in the breakdown of their friendship circle. Marsau interjected and clapped back accusing Melody of never being accountable for anything. Interestingly enough, a YouTuber was able to provide receipts. And they put together clips of Melody taking accountability multiple times.
There were moments when Melody apologized to LaTisha, but she wasn’t receptive. So it kept Melody and LaTisha from moving forward. And this has resulted in Melody no longer wanting a friendship at all.
Regarding Melody’s disconnect with LaTisha Scott, Marsau didn’t mince words. And in one past scene, Marsau told LaTisha that she was the one not being accountable regarding her fallout with Melody.
Interestingly enough, Kimmi had an interesting response to the accountability discourse that took place at the reunion.
Kimmi Scott said multiple people aren’t being accountable.
Carlos had a question for Kimmi in a deleted scene.
He said, “The friendships that you guys had at the beginning is what attracted all of us to this show, is what attracted the network to want it. And as you’re watching your family and friend over here have this disagreement that seems to be going nowhere, how does it make you feel?”
Kimmi had a different perspective from Marsau. She answered, “To be perfectly honest, I think there’s a lot of accountability to go around.”
She continued, “I think we often start in the middle of situations and we don’t start at the beginning. I’ve always believed for some reason if we could get to the beginnings of where some of the issues started, they could actually be resolved. It’s always a conversation of, ‘This person did this to me first. This person did that to me first.’ It’s a hamster wheel.”
Kimmi thought that getting to the root of the drama would improve things.
“And so for a long time, I really held out hope that if we were able to get to the fundamentals of how some of this stuff actually started, as opposed to the reactionary stuff, that things would be mendable.”