In a quest to find a huzzzzband, the most coveted of Real Housewives Of Atlanta accessories, Kenya Moore has been working to mend her family dynamic. Last night Kenya and her father Ronald found peace. For Kim Fields the scenes also helped her understand Kenya. Oh, and in terms of producing a sunglasses commercial for Cynthia Bailey, Kim is undaunted about working with Kenya.
When Cynthia awkwardly asked Kenya and Kim to work together to produce a commercial, Kim “went into work mode.” That’s tact for ‘I didn’t laugh outright in Cynthia’s face.’
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In fact, from that moment, Kim began approaching the Cynthia Bailey Eyewear Party as research. “It was great being around some of the customers at the event to get a sense of her clientele, as well as seeing Cynthia and her team in biz mode. That helped get some initial creativity flowing.”
Kim, Kim, Kim… you continue to amaze me with your naivety about how Real Housewives Of Atlanta operates. Allow me to walk you down memory lane to a time Phaedra tried to work with Kenya? Or Celebrity Apprentice did? Or Janet Hubert? Or Patti Stanger? Advice: SECURRRRRTY!
Kim also touched on her Bedroom Kandi experience, which she summed up as “#grownfolksbusiness.”
Speaking of #grownfolksbusiness Kim praised Kenya for addressing her family struggles.
About finding closure with her father, Kenya tweeted, “I’m so proud of my dad he never gets emotional I feel so blessed.”
Kenya added a thank you to viewers for their support and her father for sharing their journey. “Thank you #RHOA fans for watching the show tonight,” she wrote. “Thank you to my dad for being open and vulnerable. We are not perfect but we are family. Thank you for always loving me. Praying that our healing can help others to as well. Xo”
Next week Kenya (aboard The Moore Family Bus) attempts to confront her mother, which should be very, very interesting.
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