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Neffeteria Pugh is also known as Neffe is the older sister of the singer Keyshia Cole. Tired of being known as just Keyshia Cole sister Neffe wants to make her own name for herself. Neffe is trying to recreate herself and show the world that she's not some ghetto chick from the hood. Neffe wants to become a businesswoman and make a good living. Neffe has 5 children 3 from her previous marriage, 1 from an old boyfriend, and 1 with her current boyfriend. Neffeteria always said that she wants her kids to live a better life than what she, and is determined to give it to them.

Frankie Lons who is Keyshia Coles mother, is trying to change her life. Frankie has been in and out of jail for most of her life. She was addicted to crack and had to serve prison time for her actions. Frankie was really never there for her kids and most of them either got adopted or just lived where ever they could find shelter. Frankie is determined to prove to her kids that she has changed and is not going to do drugs anymore. Frankie also wants to be independent and not have to depend on Keyshia to live.

Together Neffe and Frankie try to work on their own issues between the two of them. Neffe is very cold-hearted towards Frankie because, she was there for her when she was younger.

Neffe feels like a lot of things happen to her because of Frankie neglecting her. Frankie and Neffe go to counseling to try to work out their issues but every time something goes perfect they end up back arguing. Neffe is also trying to adjust to having a new baby and also finding out that she is pregnant again with her 5th child. She doesn't know if she will have the baby or not because she had so many complications with her last baby. Frankie is still trying to prove to her kids that she doesn't do drugs anymore, but they don't believe her. Eventually everything works out for both Neffe and Frankie and they build a love for each other that they always wanted to have.

Wednesday 10:30 PM et/pt on BET
3 Seasons, 18 Episodes - Canceled
August 4, 2009
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Frankie & Neffe Full Episode Guide

  • Neffe keeps a promise to Elite; Elite shine her light, and Frankie's children come out to play.

  • Elite has a life-changing surprise; Neffe has an unwelcomed one; and Soullow surprises himself.Ru

  • Neffe sets new rules with an old friend; Elite helps Kai step into his future.

  • Elite confides a fear, while Neffe sees an idea become a reality. And speaking of reality, Soullow displays his inner TV producer.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Neffe and Frankie discuss the future.

  • Elite and Neffe search for their siblings.

  • Neffe and Elite want Vick to take a paternity test, but Frankie fears the results may hurt Elite.

  • Neffe and Clyde head to Oakland to examine her divorce papers, after discovering she is still married to Clyde.

  • After Neffie's son is baptized, the family heads to a party. Elsewhere, the ladies life coach pays them a visit to update their progress.

  • Neffe wants to get Jaylyn baptized and will need to join a church. She invites Frankie and the family but becomes upset over the pastor's sermon.

  • Neffe meets with a lawyer to proceed with a divorce. Later, Frankie becomes upset when Neffe arranges a party for Soullow's son.

  • Although Frankie is excited to babysit for Neffe's kids, he soon learns what a chore it will be. Elsewhere, Neffe admits that she has questioned her marrying Soullow.

  • The ladies are inspired by their life coach to create a more nurturing home. Elsewhere, Frankie interviews for a job working at a radio station, but an unannounced visit by Neffe jeopardizes her chances.

  • The mother and sister of singer Keyshia Cole look for stability in their lives in this premiere episode.

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