Things got a little too real during Wednesday's Little Women: Atlanta.

During the show, Ashley "Minnie" Ross made a devastating confession to costar Ms. Juicy. After attending a gay pride parade, Minnie revealed she lied about her pregnancy.

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"I just wanted to clear everything and tell you just upfront, I wasn't pregnant," she confessed just before the show's end.

Minnie's confession was seemingly influenced by her fight with Ms. Juicy in the early half of the show. Juicy had previously admitted she hasn't contacted Minnie due to hectic scheduling at work, but she also revealed she thought her friendship with her costar had fizzled out.

Fellow costar Tanya responded to the fight with a few wise words, prompting Minnie to let out her secret, "The stuff that happened was f–ked up. But one part of letting something go is actually letting something go."

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In Touch previously reported Minnie's pregnancy in February of last year, although the star never confirmed the little bun in the oven herself. Sources close to the Little Women star claimed the father of the child was her on-again, off-again boyfriend Pastor Troy, and the two would keep the pregnancy private rather than film it for the series.

Nearly a month after her pregnancy was reported, the rapper demanded a paternity test from Minnie, claiming they were never a couple, “I don’t know about all that. [We’ll] have to see,” the 28-year-old told Radar Online. “We’re gonna have to take a DNA test!”