‘Married to Medicine’: What Are The Results of Mariah Huq’s Drug Test?

The Married to Medicine Season 6 reunion got pretty wild when Quad Webb started throwing out accusations. Webb asserted that her co-star, Mariah Huq, had a cocaine problem. Needless to say, Huq was not thrilled to hear this accusation. Tempers flew, and Huq has since been determined to clear her name — though she’s convinced Webb will continue coming for her regardless of whatever proof she might have. 

As a result, Huq went in for drug testing, and her results are back. Will it be enough for Webb to back off? 

An explosive reunion

The Season 6 reunion episode of Married to Medicine was something of a dramatic trainwreck, to be frank. The episode covered quite a lot of drama, ranging from accusations of infidelity to domestic violence. 

Quad Webb notably discussed her failing relationship, but she also had other barbs to throw. She accused Maria Huq of cocaine use. As previously reported by All About The Tea during an insider interview with an anonymous source,“Quad accused Mariah of using cocaine, but she had no receipts to back up her claims. Mariah was livid and read Quad for filth. She was throwing everything at Mariah besides the kitchen sink.”

Webb claimed to have walked in on Mariah Huq doing cocaine in the past. Dr. Heavenly Kimes backed up Quad Webb’s accusations. When Mariah Huq asked the group of they really believed she’d done drugs, Kimes replied, “I believe her!”

“The sh*t they’re accusing me of is just wrong, Toya,” sobbed Huq to her friend after the accusation. “These people hate me.”

Dr. Simone Whitmore has her back, Huq’s test results 

Mariah Huq and Toya Bush-Harris
Toya Bush-Harris, Mariah Huq | Charles Sykes/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images

Luckily for Mariah Huq, she has faithful friends willing to defend her name. Dr. Simone Whitmore discussed Huq’s situation with Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live, and says she’s never suspected her co-star of doing drugs.

“The bottom line is, Andy, I’ve known Mariah since 2004. I’ve never known her to do drugs, no one’s ever accused her of being on drugs, just some vindictive sh*t happened at the reunion last year,” said Whitmore.

Whitmore also expressed regret for having not supported Huq sooner when all of this went down. “I was late speaking up, and I was wrong for being late,” she explained.

Huq, desperate to clear her name in the face of these accusations, decided to take a drug test. Toya Bush-Harris met up with Quad Webb to discuss Huq’s drug test. 

“I went with her to a drug clinic. And the test went all the way to ten years back,” explained Bush-Harris. “How do we explain the drug test saying that she was not on drugs within the last five to ten years?”

“It’s inconclusive,” said Webb. Interesting take. 

Dr. Heavenly Kimes walks back her statement

Meanwhile, Dr. Heavenly Kimes has been trying to walk back her statement that she believes Huq has done drugs. 

Kimes previously tweeted, “Let me be clear!!.. I’ve never seen anyone do drugs !… I don’t think anyone does drugs. ….I just think some people lie about other things!”

A fan replied, “You said you believed Quad so what was your comment about then?”

Kimes replied, “I was angry and misspoke … I thought about it. I don’t know what’s true or not.”

It’s strange that anyone should have difficulty figuring out what’s true in the face of a hair test for drugs. Hopefully Mariah Huq finds the vindication she’s seeking.