The much awaited trailer for the four part Real Housewives of Potomac season six reunion is finally here. This time with the Queen herself, Nicki Minaj. The reunion kicks off Sunday, Nov. 7.

The four episode long reunion will rehash all of the drama from this season, beginning with Mia Thornton’s “lies” and her ongoing feud with Candiace Dillard. In the sneak peek clip, which you can watch below, the pair can be seen arguing and Candiace yet again insults Mia’s mother.

Gizelle Bryant zeroes in, telling Candiace she was “horrified” during her heated exchange with Mia earlier this season. Candiace is also seen crying in the trailer after her husband Chris Bassett blasts the group for perpetuating “this narrative that I’m broke, that I came from s**t, that I ain’t been nothing.” 

“My family is never gonna be the same,”  Candiace breaks down.

Over to the fun stuff now, Nicki Minaj graces her presence with her iconic “Hey Bitches” entrance.

The brand new trailer does not disappoint, it’s filled with drama inciting soundbites of Nicki Minaj roasting Ashley Darby about bringing her breast milk to a girls trip just to start drama and Wendy Osefo revealing she brought poster board-sized “receipts” (screenshots that could get someone cancelled). No one is safe from getting dragged,

If the stars think they can dodge any of the drama, they’re mistaken. As Nicki says, “We not getting away with that nonsense today, baby!” 

Karen Huger also detailed what to expect from the highly anticipated reunion and revealed that Nicki Minaj might steal her husband Raymond “Ray-Ray” Huger.

Which RHOP cast member will be favored by Nicki? Who will Nicki put on blast? Let us know what you think in the comments below.

Shifa Jahan

Shifa Jahan is a freelance writer from Bahrain currently pursuing her Masters degree in Comparative Literature from Jadavpur University, India. She is experienced in Copywriting, Academic Writing and loves to write about pop culture/ entertainment-news. Other interests include theatre, teaching, foreign languages and culture.

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