It looks like Mama June is having second thoughts about her weight loss goals.
The star of WEtv’s Mama June: From Not to Hot is so close to her goal of getting a smoking hot revenge body so that she can attend her ex Sugar Bear’s wedding — but she wasn’t prepared for the skin removal surgeries that would come along with it, which caused a huge fight between her and her manager, Gina Rodriguez.
“I don’t even know if I wanna do the next surgery. I don’t know, I’m in a lot of pain. I’m really not wanting my arms and my chin done,” the 37-year-old said during this week’s episode.
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Gina has been helping Mama June throughout her weight loss journey so she could reach her goal of fitting into a sexy red dress to show Sugar Bear what he’s missing out on by marrying his fiancée Jennifer Lamb. Gina found a doctor who would perform gastric sleeve surgery for June, paired her up with personal trainer Kenya Crooks to help her shed the weight faster, and she set up a photo shoot so that June can make her new body reveal.
But after the first skin removal surgery — which included a tummy tuck and a breast lift — she started to doubt whether she wanted to see this journey through to the end.
“Even though I wanted my turkey neck and bat wings gone forever, it just isn’t worth it,” the mom-of-four told her manager.
Gina tried to explain to Mama June that she’s almost at the finish line and she only has one more surgery before she completes her goal, but June put her foot down.
“I don’t have to do sh–, I am a human being,” June told Gina, and Gina threatened to quit if June doesn’t follow through on her end of the deal.
“You don’t have to quit, I can just fire your a–,” June said, and she fired her manager right there on the spot.
— Mama June (@MamaJune_BooBoo) March 25, 2017
But even though things got tense, Mama June laughed about their interaction and gave fans a little more insight into the type of relationship they have.
“Me [and Gina] fuss [and] fire each other at least a few times a week,” she tweeted. “We have a love-hate relationship [but] it works [for] us.”