Oh no. Will Jim Jones and Chrissy Lampkin ever make it down the aisle?
It has been quite a journey thus far, for sure. He finally popped the question in 2012, it seems.
Well, we are betting that Mama Jones isn’t crossing her fingers that “I Dos” are swapped.
During the season finale of “Marriage Boot Camp: Family Edition,” Mama Jones takes the drama a bit too far, causing damage to their already often-strained relationship.
In fact, Mama Jones’ claims lead Chrissy to tell viewers their relationship could never change!
On the last day of their time in the “Marriage Boot Camp” house, Mama Jones opts to undo all of the progress she made with Chrissy and Jim, for some reason.
Mama Jones goes to Rene Graziano from “Mob Wives”; she had some rough things to say about Chrissy. Mama Jones was supposedly trying to wait until their final sit-down to talk about it. But…nope.
She tells Rene, “I can’t wait for them to actually come around and speak because I see very strongly how y’all are taking poor Chrissy as victim. Remember, in order to be a victim like that, you have to do something.”
“She’s not no angel. When I flew out here, I run into Chrissy’s best friend. She works at the [expletive] airport! She told the truth about… Chrissy… what she was doing behind my son’s back. See, now I have to deliver this message!”
“Chrissy’s cheating on my son!”
Well, Rene then went to Chrissy and let her know what Mama Jones was saying about her. This infuriated Chrissy so much that an early exit took place.
Chrissy stated in her interview that she and Mama Jones will never be able to repair their relationship. Mama Jones confronts them both as they were packing and Chrissy says she can’t trust her anymore.
Jim also lets Mama know that she crossed the line.
The hosts watch on their cameras surprised that Chrissy and Jim weren’t arguing about the allegations. This leads them to deduce that they have confronted this infidelity “issue” already.
When asked to stay, both said no. Jim stood behind Chrissy and said he’s ready to spend the rest of his life with her and he “needs to start working on that.”
What do you think? Who was in the right and who was in the wrong?