Vanessa Overhears Yvette & Melanie’s Conversation | The Kings of Napa | OWN

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After returning from a shopping trip, Melanie and Yvette keke about all the drama between Melanie and Reginald. Little did they know, Vanessa was hiding in the closet! Watch all the drama from Episode 3 of The Kings of Napa! Be sure to tune in to all new episodes of The Kings of Napa every Tuesday at 8/7c only on OWN. For more information on the series visit

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