Golnesa “GG” Gharachedaghi and Asa Soltan Rahmati don’t believe Mercedes “MJ” Javid is without her faults. In a Shahs After Show web episode that was posted after the latest Shahs of Sunset episode aired on Monday night, Asa and Golnesa admitted that MJ can be a shady and competitive friend.
During the web episode, when the subject of Reza Farahan’s bachelor party, which MJ planned and threw, came up, Asa looked visibly disturbed. This isn’t surprising since MJ, for whatever reason, kept the bachelor party a secret from Asa and didn’t invite her to it. Asa called MJ out for trying to keep Reza to herself.
“It really has more to do with my friendship with MJ. Any situation where she can make a diss, she’ll do it and it’s a deep dig. She does that and she certainly isn’t happy with my relationship with Reza… I love her, she’s like my sister but she’s shady! And that’s what’s f**ked up! Like how much of that can you take and be like, ‘Oh it’s cool.’ “
Golnesa “GG” Gharachedaghi agreed that MJ marks her territory when it comes to friends.
“She’s a very competitive person when it comes to sharing friends. She wants to know she’s the more important friend at all times.”
In her BravoTV.com blog post from last week, posted right after viewers saw the craziness of Reza’s bachelor party, MJ didn’t exactly address not inviting Asa. MJ simply wrote that Reza got exactly the party that he wanted, and that she didn’t mind Reza telling Asa about his bachelor party.
While Mercedes Javid has kept quiet about the state of her friendship with Asa Soltan Rahmati, Asa has been much more vocal. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Asa has lashed out at MJ frequently over the past several weeks, both on her blog and on social media. In one tweet, Asa said that unlike MJ, who will always be “shady” and “come from a place of hate,” she’ll “continue to thrive.” Prior to that tweet, in a Shahs of Sunset blog post, Asa called MJ out for being insecure of pretty girls like Asifa Mirza and thinking that it’s normal to abuse people that you love.
“Our friendship is not in a good place … She’ll literally treat me like s**t one night and then reach out to me the next morning (acting like nothing happened) when she feels lonely or vulnerable, and of course I am there for her … I think maybe to her this type of relationship is normal – to be loved and abused by the same person.”
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