Drew Sidora has an open and sincere dialogue along with her husband Ralph Pittman about their household within the Aug. 7 episode of The Actual Housewives of Atlanta. In HollywoodLife‘s EXCLUSIVE preview, Drew sits down along with her partner to speak about her 11-year-old son Josiah. Drew desires Ralph to undertake Josiah, who was born in 2011 from a earlier relationship. However Ralph modified his thoughts about turning into Josiah’s authorized dad or mum — and that hasn’t sat nicely with Drew.
“Ralph advised my mother and I that he was undoubtedly going to undertake Josiah,” Drew tells the viewers in a confessional scene. “After which he laid it on me out of nowhere that he spoke with Josiah’s organic father, and since he wouldn’t like that, he made the choice to not undertake Josiah.”
Ralph, who has two youngsters (son Machai, 7, and daughter Aniya, 4) with Drew, explains to the Step Up actress how his dialog with Josiah’s father modified all the pieces. “After speaking to him, I thought of my father and the issues I went by way of,” he says. “This adoption is only a piece of paper.”
Nonetheless, Drew isn’t happy with what her husband of eight years has to say. In a confessional, she says she’s “confused” that Ralph is backtracking on adopting Josiah, however is writing a e book about being a step-parent. “I simply don’t know why his thoughts has modified or why the backwards and forwards. It’s heartbreaking,” Drew admits.
Drew and Ralph’s marital struggles have performed out on Season 14 of RHOA. The 2 clashed over Ralph’s problematic assistant throughout a romantic dinner on the Could 8 episode. Additionally they needed to take care of Drew’s assistant Anthony spreading a rumor that Ralph is homosexual. The married duo have made it by way of that drama, nevertheless it’s unclear the place they stand now about Josiah’s adoption. The Actual Housewives of Atlanta airs Sundays at 8PM ET on Bravo.
Mary Ellers is Wahu Times’s senior journalist covering federal politics. She has previously wrote for NPR and is a regular contributor to Medium. Mary graduated from Georgetown University’s journalism school with distinction in 2014.