Last night on Shahs of Sunset Season 5 Episode 9, the drama was off the hook at Asa’s fashion show … and with Mike and Jessica.
What else is new with those two, right?
If you watch Shahs of Sunset online, you’re more than caught up on the drama with these two – and their associates – on the regular.
Still, things went to the next level here.
Shahs of Sunset Season 5 Episode 9, entitled “Lights, Camera, Kaftans!” ostensibly focused on Asa Soltan Rahmati’s kaftan fashion show.
Of course, there’s always a subplot.
When Reza Farahan saw Golnesa "GG" Gharachedaghi at the show, his reaction was “She doesn’t look like someone about to get chemo."
And there’s your gossip/conflict.
"No one can confirm anything," Reza adds, rolling his eyes and then dispensing with any pleasantries. “I doubt her story more than ever.”
Later, he took it to her a bit.
“We’re very concerned about you … what’s going on?” Reza asks, perhaps (definitely) baiting her, to which she replies, “With what?”
GG did go on to explain later what’s going on. "They say it’s very aggressive and ‘you have to do the intravenous chemo,’” she says.
As she told the others, including her brother Shervin Roohparvar, that “it’s two hours once a month,” Reza up and walked out of the room.
“I think Golnesa is lying about having RA (rheumatoid arthritis)," he reiterated as Shervin’s jaw hit the floor upon hearing such a thing.
“Why would someone do something like that?” Shervin asks, but later admits that “Reza brings up some really good points” re: GG.
Specifically, if her condition is so bad, why is she still doing her thing – her thing being drinking, smoking and clubbing until all hours?
“Maybe she’s exaggerating a little bit,” Shervin suggests, raising the question of whether one can really exaggerate something like chemo.
On reality TV these days, with the characters that are on this show and the lengths producers will go to in order to concoct a good story?
We wouldn’t be surprised. The Real Housewives of Orange County and Beverly Hills have both played the possibly-fake disease card.
Just saying. It’s a Bravo thang.