The only thing more uncomfortable to watch than Nia and Jordan's insane fight? The morning after, when the booze-filled haze has cleared, and both parties are forced to face the havoc they wreaked. In this sneak peek of the next "Real World," Jordan and Nia both turn to their biggest confidants to spin their webs of justification, and, as you'd expect, Tyson and Holyfield are telling two very different stories.
With basically no friends left in the house, Jordan's only option is to call up his father. "[Nia]'s crazy. Like, certifiably," he tells his dad over the phone. It's clear Jordan believes he was the victim in the situation, claiming that he didn't start any trouble. Nia, on the other hand, laments to Marlon -- who stuck up for her as the s*** hit the fan -- that Jordan's getting a pass because any fights involving him get dismissed as "drunk white-boy" behavior. It seems unfair to her, because she says it caused her to step into "that angry black girl stereotype." What we have here, folks, is a typical case of "he said, she said" -- and the truth lies somewhere in the middle.
Check out the clip, and don't miss an all-new "Real World: Portland," Wednesday night at 10/9c!
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