First Look: Ladies Who List: Atlanta Ep 3 ‘Triggered’ | Ladies Who List: Atlanta | OWN

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The ladies decompress and share their feelings with one another after Robin’s explosive gathering. Robin loses a friend in Cristyl but gains unexpected support and understanding from Tiffani. Tune in to Ladies Who List: Atlanta on Fridays at 9/8c, only on OWN.

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1 thought on “First Look: Ladies Who List: Atlanta Ep 3 ‘Triggered’ | Ladies Who List: Atlanta | OWN”

  1. Robyn, Crystl was never your friend. Maybe jealousy or some hidden agenda but her goal is to make you look bad and she cries victim. Crystl you will never win trying to play the ‘I know she had a hard childhood’ card. (How many times are you going to say it). Robyn please take care of yourself; stay aware of fakes & snakes like Crystyl. Stay calm. For me its an inner prayer. The Serenity prayer is a good one.


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