The chaos of 4 Atlanta queens, 1 reality TV show

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Step aside, “Real Housewives.” The ladies of “Married to Medicine” served up gay sidekick realness on Sunday, packing not one, not two but four Atlanta queens in an episode that erupted into chaotic, fur coat, fashion fabulousness.

So fabulous that security had to step in to keep fashion designer Reco Chapple (Gay Sidekick No. 1) away from Mariah Huq. Chapple confronted her at the charity fashion show of Rafael Cox (Gay Sidekick No. 2), who competed on Season 9 of “Project Runway” (top image). And by confronted, I mean pull off the jacket, in your face screaming, ending only when the gay sidekick's gay sidekick pulls you out of the building. (Watch above)

Wait, there's more. Wardrobe stylist Brian Lamar (Gay Sidekick No. 3) served up a fur coat to Heavenly Kimes to wear to Cox's fashion show.

But no assortment of reality TV queens is complete without Dwight Eubanks (Gay Sidekick No. 4). The crossover queen, the original gay from “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” was there to say hi to Chappelle before his meltdown. Eubanks brought his floral fabulousness to the show earlier this season, too.

Thankfully, Quad Webb-Lunceford was all “girl this” and “queen that” with Cox and saved her gay-baiting for another time.


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