Anna Cardwell’s Pain Unbearable, Frantically Calls Mama June, See Preview

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Mama June’s now late daughter, Anna Cardwell’s pain is so unbearable in the preview for Family Crisis that she calls her mother. So, how does June handle the situation and is she there for Anna when she really needs her? Keep reading for more details.

Anna Cardwell’s Pain Unbearable, Frantically Calls Mama June, See Preview

Mama June Shannon said that this part of Family Crisis would be a tearjerker and it is starting to look like she did not lie. The first half of the season showed Anna Cardwell tie the knot amid her cancer struggles. At the same time, she was in denial over the fact that she may not make it. She does not want to make arrangements for her two daughters, Kylee and Kaitlyn in case she passes. This is really hard for her mother and sister, Pumpkin to handle. In the midst of all of the suffering, it was discovered that June had stolen money from Alana ‘Honey Boo Boo’ Thompson.

Mama June-YouTube
Mama June-YouTube

So, fans are not that happy with Mama June as she refuses to pay up and would rather go to court. In a new clip from the Friday, June 14th premiere, June is trying to relax from family drama. According to People, she is taking time for herself as she opens packages. One contains candles and she shares in her confession that she needs these moments because everyone is getting on her nerves:

“Justin [Stroud] and the girls want to be pissy pants? They can be pissy pants, okay? And I’m at home cuz I need my zen space for a minute while Justin’s all fussing about me to his mother. So this girl is huge into candles and wax smells, and I just got a new shipment in, and it makes my heart happy, happy, happy.”

Her moment of zen is about to be interrupted by a terrifying phone call from Anna Cardwell. She is battling stage 4 adrenal carcinoma. June lets Anna know she bothered her during her candle moment but she doesn’t care:

“I don’t care. I just, mama, I just — I need to go to the hospital. I’m in so much pain right now. I’m just hurting really bad, and I don’t know what happened, and it’s been like this for the past couple of days, and it’s just going to get worse.”

Anna Cardwell-YouTube
Anna Cardwell-YouTube

The problem is that Mama June cannot drive and no one is home to help her out. Yet, she had moved to Georgia for situations such as these.

What To Do?

At this point, Mama June knows she has to do something as Anna Cardwell is suffering. The only problem is she does not know where her husband, Justin Stroud is:

“Okay, we’ll just figure it out. Justin’s with his mom, but I mean, I can call Justin. I just don’t know how, like, where they’re at.”

Though June is trying not to panic with Anna on the phone, she is clearly frustrated in her confessional. The fact that she cannot drive is now haunting her:

“I mean, it sucks because I don’t have a driver’s license, and I’ve never drove and I always have to rely on somebody, and where we live at there is no car services. There is no nothing like that. I don’t know what else to say in this bit. I’m hopeless as f—.”

One would question why they did not call an ambulance but that may be seen when the show returns on Friday, June 14th. Soon enough, Anna is begging her mother to “hurry up.” It will be interesting to see how they get someone over to help Anna and if it is Justin. Will this be the beginning of the end?

Are you shocked that no one thought to just call an ambulance? More so, do you think that Anna Cardwell just wanted to act like everything was fine for herself and her kids? Let us know your thoughts and watch Family Crisis when it returns Fridays on WeTV.

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