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Karlie Redd opens up about father’s cancer on Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta

Karlie Redd on Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta

Karlie Redd talks about her father's sick health on Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta
Karlie Redd opens up about her father's cancer analysis on the newest episode of love & Hip Hop: Atlanta.
The star discusses her dad's sick fitness in a conversation together with her new man Sean Garrett, who additionally lost his mother to the sickness.
Karlie and her father were estranged after he upped and left her mother when she became two. Karlie rarely is aware of her dad, however after falling unwell she reveals he has been looking to her to look after him.
He at the moment lives in Florida, but Sean suggests she fly him out to Atlanta to be close her so that they can forge a relationship in his time of want.
Karlie says: "How is it that God placed me to deal with my dad and he did nothing for me?" Sean replies: "that you can't examine it like that. besides the fact that you didn't grow up with your dad, he's nonetheless your dad.
"and perhaps God is looking you to spend this time together with your dad, to build a relationship together with your father. So, I feel be sure you fly him to Atlanta. i know that's probably a great deal, but the fact he's been diagnosed with cancer, he's had a coronary heart assault and he's by using himself…"
Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta airs Mondays at 8/7c on VH1. 

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