Messy, messy, messy…
Marlo Hampton Defends Spreading Eva Marcille “Broke” Rumors
Eva Marcille clearly needs new friends. In a preview for the next episode of RHOA Marlo Hampton is seen chatting with Tanya Sam and NeNe Leakes about some “tea” she got from Eva Marcille’s bridesmaids.
According to Marlo THREE of them reached out to her after Eva’s $350K wedding and dragged the model by claiming that she’s flat broke and perpetrating with a house solely used for TV tapings and a car purchased under scammy circumstances.
“I’m hearing that they’re are having a problem with where they’re living, that they’re renting,” said Marlo. “I’m hearing that they have to get out ASAP. The streets are saying her car has a CPN or CPA number. … Some crooked way to get a car.
Marlo’s messy claims have since gotten her blasted on social media by RHOA fans who think she’s just hating on Eva Marcille’s marriage and finances.
According to Marlo however, that couldn’t be further from the truth—she’s just a “fact stater.”
“A hater?! Where?!” said Marlo on Instagram Live. “I’ve been on this platform for five, six years. Every time I turn around y’all are saying Marlo’s an escort, Marlo only dates white men, MarHOE—no reciepts. But I tell y’all some dirt on Eva that three of her bridesmaids delivered to me and I’m a hater? No sweetie, I love Eva to death, I’ve told Eva this herself. In Atlanta nothing’s a secret, the streets are dirty. So y’all miss me with all that. Marlo Patrice Hampton is not a hater, she’s a fact stater.”
Sure thing, sis! Do YOU think she’s being hater or just “stating facts?”
Eva Marcille also recently spoke on her wedding and admitted that she went waaaaay over budget.
Hit the flip for that.
According to Eva, she realizes that she did “too much” for her wedding and she was wrong. After only planning to have 150 guests the guest list moved up to 239 and the expenses came right along with it.
“We messed up,” said Eva during the RHOA after show where Marlo also called Shamari Devoe an alcoholic. “I literally got married with 239 people there and it was supposed to be 150. Nothing’s just $100 a plate, where are you putting this plate—you need more tables and napkins and chairs, and cushion chairs. Every single thing costs. I’m not saying that we don’t have the money but like my daddy would say, ‘This is not money for that.’ I’m buying a house right now, I just had a baby, we want to have more kids—there were a lot of expenses that weren’t anticipated.”