EXCLUSIVE: Mariah Huq Blasts Heavenly Kimes ‘False’ Accusation She Sold The Rights To ‘Married to Medicine’

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Married to Medicine has wrapped it’s fourth season, but Mariah Huq continues to be the target of cast venom. Dr. Heavenly tossed out an accusation on Twitter during the finale frenzy — and a media outlet snagged the tea.

The Inquisitir ran the story, and Mariah soundly slammed the allegation — making it clear that she was denying the social media shade. “Plz stop dissemenating false info about me. I have not sold the rights to #Married2med nor do I plan on in the future,” Mariah tweeted the publication.

READ: EXCLUSIVE: Unedited Argument Between Mariah Huq & Dr. Jackie Walters At #Married2Med Reunion

exposed Dr. Heavenly as the lowest paid cast member on the Married to Medicine roster — and pointed to a possible motive behind the social media lie, 
“Furthermore the lowest paid cast member isnt a credible source. Of course they aim 4the top!”

AllAboutTheTea.com reached out to Married to Medicine creator and producer, Mariah Huq, directly and she set the record straight for us.

“I personally reached out to the Inquisitr, and explained that I have not sold the rights to the show.” Mariah reiterated that the statement made by Heavenly is completely false. “I am going on record to say that I have NOT sold rights to Married to Medicine.”


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