To mix or not to mix, that is the question.
Martha’s Vineyard, the most exclusive vacation destination for Black travelers, continues to heat up with this exclusive Summer House: Martha’s Vineyard clip that’s a real dogfight.
As seen in the video above, Mariah does not appreciate that Bria put her emotional dog’s towels in the same washing machine that had her towels in. “I put your clothes in the washer in the dryer. After I did that, there are other towels which are mine. But your dog stuff is mixed in with them,” Mariah says. “That’s your personal problem,” Bria replies. “It’s YOUR personal problem,” Mariah retorts. Clothes start flying as both girls tell each other to “watch your tone.”
Should dog towels and pool towels wash together or not? Looks like we’ll find out either way when the second episode of Summer House: Martha’s Vineyard airs on Bravo on May 17th at 9pm ET.
For more than 100 years, Black vacationers have flocked to Martha’s Vineyard, an island south of Cape Cod, Mass., and one of the first beach destinations where African Americans could vacation and purchase property. Known for its natural beauty with pristine beaches, romantic sailboats, colorful gingerbread cottages and cultural identity, this summertime sanctuary has become a favorite escape for the rich, famous and politically connected.
Summer House: Martha’s Vineyard follows a group of 12 friends as they enjoy their island getaway. With beach parties, decadent dinners, and summer hookups, both fun and drama are in store for these young Black professionals and entrepreneurs.
Following in the tradition of Bravo’s Summer House franchise, Martha’s Vineyard takes a group of people in their twenties and thirties, puts them in a house together, and allows viewers to watch as the group navigates conflict, themed parties, and the trials and tribulations of friendship at this point in their lives.