Reality TV Recap - Drita & Karen Still Hate Each Other, Renee Gets Back With Junior

Last week's premiere of Mob Wives Season 2 depicted the biggest brawl in the show's history thus far. Karen and Drita out did their rooftop fight from season one and had viewers in awe with their battle at Renee's birthday bash. Karen's cousin Ramona joined in on the melee to help beat up Drita, but she ended up shedding blood instead. It all started when Drita and Karen tried to resolve their differences, but body language speaks louder than words and it was clear that both ladies were about to get it on. Drita threw the first punch and all hell broke loose.

While everyone was trying to break up the fight more confusion erupted when Ramona tried to figure out who hit her and made her bleed. The blame pinned on Derek (who was initially believed to have punched Ramona) and everyone, including Renee's ex-husband had plans to retaliate against him for hitting a woman. Being that Junior had an "open case with the feds" Renee freaked out (in her usual over dramatic) and pleaded with everyone to calm down and go home without catching cases but no one listened to her. The men went off in search of Derek. They eventually found him holed up in his car, a punch was thrown at its window (ouch) and then it pulls off. Talk about a party gone wrong--mob style!

In the aftermath of the fight, Carla and Drita met up so that Drita could fill her girl in on what happened and Karen and Ramona came to the realization that it was Drita, not Derek, who made Ramona bleed (Ramona realized it was Drita's "cheap a** ring" that broke skin). The remainder of the episode ended on a softer note, with Junior and Renee rekindling their old flame. We can't wait to see how their love unfolds because apparently, Renee's biggest problem with him was his polyamory (think about that one).

Anyway, overall, it was an episode filled with drama, drama and more drama, you know you love it!  There's definitely more where that came from 


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