‘Stuck With You’ Exclusive Clip: Luvell Looks Through Candice’s Phone & Gets A Serious Shock [Video]


Candice and Luvell might be faking their high-profile relationship, but there’s a REAL scandal surfacing and BOSSIP’s got an exclusive look.

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On the latest episode of ALLBLK’s “Stuck With You” season 2, Candace (Tammy Townsend) and Luvell (Timon Kyle Durrett) are continuing their “facade” but someone’s got a secret.

If you’ve been tuning in then you know there’s a new celebrity couple on the scene threatening to take their throne, diminish their brand, and rob them of a career-defining opportunity. With that in mind, the two are going even further to project a “fake ” loving image—but is it truly “fake” or something more?

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Despite all that “faking”, Luvell gets a very REAL surprise when Canadice asks him to “check her phone” and he sees an interesting text. You can literally see the color drain from his face as Luvell realizes what this means…

See it for yourself below.


Stuck With You Season 2 cast includes: Tammy Townsend (“Love is,” “K.C. Undercover”) as Candace, Timon Kyle Durrett (“Queen Sugar,” “Single Ladies”) as Luvell, Tiffany Black (“P-Valley,” “When Love Kills: The Felicia Blakely Story”) as Tisha, D. Woods (Former Danity Kane member and R&B artist) as Mora; along with a special guest appearance by Vivica A. Fox (“Empire”) as Terry and supporting cast, AJ Johnson (“House Party”) as Stephanie, Kenny Latimore (R&B Singer) as Kenny, Cindy Heron-Braggs (En Vogue) as Deborah, Jennifer Freeman (“My Wife & Kids,” “You Got Served”) as Francis and more.




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