Keke Wyatt's personal insecurities and lack of trust in her marriage to Michael Ford has become such an issue for the couple, they have signed up for marriage counseling. But, not just any counseling - WE tv's new season of Marriage Bootcamp Reality Stars.
Keke Wyatt has contributed many great singles and full albums all about love to the R&B community. When it comes to having that love of her own in her music, insecurities and lack of trust have placed her relationship to her second husband on the line, as indicated in the season six trailer of Marriage Bootcamp Reality Stars.
In an effort to save her marriage, the R&B Divas: Atlanta star, along with several other reality celebrities, have agreed to take on couple's therapy with Dr. Venus Nicolino and Dr. Ish Major, as reported by EUR. With daily physical, mental and emotional exercises, the doctors hope to gradually mend the broken pieces of these relationships. But will it work?
Wyatt's relationship troubles were first revealed back in the early 2000s when she was indicted on one count of second degree assault for stabbing her then husband, Rahmat Morton, multiple times "on his chest, arms and hands" as reported in a 2002 MTV report.
The Rated Love singer has never denied her actions in the matter. She even openly explained the asault and how it has now affected her current marriage to Ford during a past episode of the reality show R&B Divas: Atlanta.
"I don't trust men because the last one I had lied, left me alone all the time, and he cheated," explained Wyatt in a 2012 episode the TV One reality show according to EUR. "I had a marriage where there was domestic violence going on and I did stab the guy, but I was trying to save my life."
Wyatt also admitted how she doesn't like being away from Ford due to her trust issues and is ready to embrace what the marriage bootcamp has to offer to save her marriage.
Wyatt and Ford will join four other couples this season, Karen Gravano and Storm from VH1's Mob Wives; Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert of Bachelor in Paradise, and Real Housewives of New Jersey's Jim and Amber Marchese.
Also seeking counseling in this season's bootcamp is Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta's Margeaux Simms; who was introduced to the show as the secret wife of cast member Nikko.
Simms will appear with her girlfriend Merika, and husband Nikko as the shows first ever same sex couple, or "throuple," as described in the trailer.
Season 6 premiere of Marriage Boot Camp Reality Stars airs Friday, Oct. 7 at 9 p.m.
Watch the trailer below.