The expert who first joined the Lifetime show in season 4 also had nice things to say about Taylor despite what went down with Brandon.
“Taylor and Brandon—Taylor as an individual, I think she has a good heart,” said Pastor Cal. “I think she really wanted this. Brandon from the beginning we thought he was a great guy, I don’t know what happened. Some light went on or light went off. Brandon turned into somebody that I did not recognize,” he added while recapping Brandon’s actions on Decision Day that included an impromptu bathroom break and him ordering cameras to “cut.”
“MAFS: New Orleans” will be coming to television soon and “Married At First Sight” is currently casting in Atlanta. During his chat with BOSSIP, Pastor Cal implored potential candidates to be honest about who they are, something some people struggled with.
“This is TV, you have cameras on you 40 to 50 hours a week,” said the Pastor. “You will not be able to trick the cameras and you sure of heck will not be able to trick millions of people who watch you every week.”
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BOSSIP also spoke with positively perfect MAFS couple Greg and Deonna Okotie who made it past the one-year mark in their matrimony. The couple’s preparing for MAFS: Couples Cam that will follow their quarantined life at home that includes selling their Akpesiri clothing and spending time with their dog Sandy when it premieres Wednesday, May 20 on Lifetime.
You can watch BOSSIP’s chat with Greg and Deonna and Pastor Cal in full below.