Gizelle has received mixed feelings from fans (and cast members) when it comes to rekindling her relationship with Jamal. The mother-of-three has even been accused of faking the reconciliation and using Jamal for a storyline. However, Gizelle is sticking to the story that her ex is indeed her next.
“We’ve been doing this long distance for a minute. I feel good about it,” Gizelle says. “Okay, I’m lying. I don’t feel good about it. I have moments when I’m not feeling good about it. You know, you’re in another city. There are moments when I’m like, ‘Ah, it’s kinda tough.'”
In a green-screen interview, Gizelle explains how helping Juan Dixon plan his proposal to Robyn Dixon makes her think about her own relationship. “Going ring shopping with Juan, I’m happy for Robyn, but it makes me realize what I can’t have right now,” she says.
Gizelle continues, “I’m missing you. But in all seriousness Jamal, I feel like the only other option is we not continue down this road. But for me, that’s not an option. I think I’m the only one feeling this way.”
As Jamal looks at Gizelle from the passenger side, he responds, “Your battle cry was you needed to protect your space. And your priority was safeguarded, your individuality, that that was your singular priority was that you didn’t want to lose…” Gizelle finishes Jamal‘s sentence with, “Myself in me and you.”
Jamal answers, “Yes,” before adding, “So I have been intentional not to infringe on that.” Gizelle then makes it known to Jamal that she no longer feels that way. “Okay, I appreciate that. But I want you to know that there is no independence or individuality with me anymore in my mind,” she said. “I feel like no matter what, we’re together.”
As the Bryants fist bump, Gizelle asks if she’s the only one who’s been feeling this way. Jamal replies, “No! I’m here. I’ve been waiting on you.”
The Real Housewives of Potomac airs on Sundays at 9 pm, ET, on Bravo.