Little Women Atlanta

Exclusive: ‘Little Women Atlanta’ Abira Makes Amends With The Ladies After Minnie’s Tragic Passing!

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In season 6 of Little Women: AtlantaAbira Greene found herself on the outs of the friend circle after a blowout fight with twins — Amanda and Andrea Salinas.

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As fans of Little Women: Atlanta know, Abira Greene relocated to Atlanta with her kids to be closer to her friends within the little people community but conflict with the twins has created major tension and now she wants to clear the air.

On Friday’s all-new episode of Little Women: Atlanta — the ladies gather after the untimely passing of their beloved friend, Ashley “Minnie” Ross and they each recount trials and tribulations of being a little person. 

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“I came because I wanted to speak to you guys about something,” Abira starts the conversation, she continued, “Just from what we’ve all been through individually and as a group with losing Minnie, and the pandemic, and just our personal issues.”

“When I came into this group initially, it kinda rubbed off the wrong way of having a bad attitude or not liking certain people. I feel like we always clash is because we all have the same dwarfism, we come from different places.” Abira shares in the emotional scene.

Press play below to watch All About The Tea’s EXCLUSIVE clip from the Friday, Feb. 26 episode. 

 

The cast of Little Women: Atlanta honored Ashley “Minnie” Ross, who died in a tragic car crash last April. In the season 6 premiere — the group discussed their late cast member in a special introduction to the episode.

“So much has changed after we began filming this season of Little Women: Atlanta,” begins Shirlene “Ms. Juicy” King Pearson.

“We lost our sister Minnie in a tragic accident and our lives will never be the same,” Tiffany “Monie” Cashette said.

“Our hearts are broken,” Amanda Salinas admits. “We want to honor her respectfully.”

Once again, the ladies bring the fun, the drama, the competition and the love as together they face health issues, careers changes, relationship ups and downs and life’s hardest trials and tribulations — all while still dealing with the complexities of living in an average size world.

Starting on January 29th the series will premiere 90-minute supersized episodes at 9pm ET/PT every Friday night, followed by the all-new 30 minute after show, Little Women: Atlanta Unfiltered, hosted by Loni Love (The Real).

Little Women: Atlanta airs Friday nights, at 9pm ET, on Lifetime.

 

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