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Da Brat and Atlanta entrepreneur Jesseca "Judy" Dupart star in a new reality TV series titled "Brat Loves Judy."

The series premiere quietly on WE tv on August 5 with an episode titled "On the DL."

"Brat Loves Judy" returns this week with episode 2 titled "Both of These A**es Might Be Too Heavy!"

Eurweb.com has an exclusive clip of Da Brat and Judy visiting Judy's new warehouse.

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Judy gained fame as an Instagram influencer with over 1.8 million followers on her @darealbbjudy account.

Elsewhere in the week's episode, Brat and Judy's relationship begins to crack when Brat's friends Montana and Rhonda face divorce. Brat plans a surprise, and Judy drops a bomb that Deja's moving in. With a secret proposal underway, Judy worries she bit off more than she can chew.

According to a WE tv press release, legendary rapper Da Brat, 47, and her multi-millionaire CEO girlfriend, Judy, 39, pull the curtain back to offer an unprecedented, never-before-seen look at their extravagant world.

The girls plan a wedding on the horizon, but debt, familial burdens, and stresses at home cause friction. As the powerhouse couple navigates a new life together, parents and friends invade their love nest, calling into question the expectations they have for one another in a same-sex relationship.

Watch the sneak peek HERE.

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Mary Cosby was only 22 when she married her step-grandfather Robert Cosby Sr., now 62.

The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City cast member said she told Robert Sr. she was on her period to avoid having marital sex with him on their wedding night.

"I'm not gonna lie it was all bizarre. Thank goodness I was on my period at the time and the period lasted about two weeks."

Mary said he repeatedly asked if she was still on her period. She said she prayed on it before eventually consummating their marriage on the 28th day.

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Mary's grandmother, Rosemary "Mama" Cosby (pictured with Robert), pre-ordained that Mary would inherit her estate -- including the Faith Temple Pentecostal Church, other churches, homes, restaurants, money, and her second husband, Robert Sr.

When Mama Cosby passed, Mary inherited everything that her mother thought she should've received as her mother’s closest next of kin. Mary's inheritance drove a wedge between her and her mother to this day.

"I was actually 22 when I got married. It split our church. My mom felt like she was the one who should have had all of it and the church," Mary said.

Mary said she was 19 when she last spoke with her mother - her best friend at the time.

As for consummating her marriage on the 28th day, Mary said, "It worked out so good. Like, it couldn't have been better."