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Frankie and Neffe
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LOVE & HAPPINESS, AN OBAMA CELEBRATION
SOUL TRAIN WEEKEND
Frankie, Neffe and Elite meet at Neffe’s to see the new house and do some family healing. But when you’ve been stuck in the mud, moving forward can be messy.
Frankie drops a bomb, but Neffe and Elite refuse to blow up. Meanwhile, Neffe confronts her painful past and Soullow’s music career takes a turn.
Neffe has a business idea and Elite meets a music industry giant. Together, they learn some hard truths about Frankie.
Neffe and Elite continue to develop their professional ventures and Soullow wears yet another career hat.
Elite confides a fear, while Neffe sees an idea become reality. And speaking of reality, Soullow displays his inner TV producer.
Neffe sets new rules with an old friend; Elite helps Kai step into his future.
Elite has a life-changing surprise; Neffe launches her pajama line.
In the season finale, Neffe keeps a promise to Elite; Elite shines her light and Frankie's children come out to play.
YASSS, THE CAST OF 'THE NEW EDITION STORY'
In the series premiere, Frankie and Neffe are on their own in a new era of independence from family member, R&B superstar, Keyshia Cole.
Frankie and Neffe get a house call from the life coach. Her visit proves to be an eye opener for both mom and daughter.
Neffe takes the advice of the life coach and attempts to build more trust with her mother, Frankie.
Neffe plans a birthday party for Soullow's son, Dashae and moves forward with getting a divorce from her husband Clyde.
After a huge blow up between Frankie and Neffe at Dashae's birthday party, the tension between the two women is so high that they're barely speaking. Elite tries to help patch things up, but that plan falls flat.
Neffe christens her son Jaylyn in the hope of changing the future for the next generation. Once the event is over, the family celebrates their achievement at a post-christening party.
Frankie is ready to make peace with Yvonne Cole, the woman that raised her superstar daughter, Keyshia, while she was on drugs and in prison. The two women bridge their differences over dinner.
Neffe and Elite take a DNA test to find out if they have the same father and Frankie has to deal with the consequences of the test.
Neffe, Elite and Frankie go to Oakland to try and find Frankie's children. The entire family also gets together for a small reunion.
Frankie, Neffe and Elite are back in Atlanta. Vick and Elite go to Neffe's house to hear the DNA test results. Frankie refuses to go to Neffe's because she disapproves of the test.