This time, Farrah was called a momager, which has a negative connotation, for “making” Sophia “work” New York Fashion Week. Here’s the thing, the outrage is based on assumption, as no one, but Farrah and Sophia, really knows if Farrah forced the fashion show on Sophia. Speaking to Us at the show, Farrah insisted that wasn’t the case, “If my daughter says she doesn’t like something, I don’t do it. It’s up to Sophia.”
“Before I start with this week I would like to address the conversation back at my ‘BBQ’ with Lisa Vanderpump at the table,” says Kyle. “Unless a parent brings up their children themselves, children are ALWAYS off limits. Yolanda had told Erika and me ON camera that Bella and Anwar have Lyme disease. Obviously it is not a secret if you tell people on camera.”
Andy asks NeNe what she thinks about Matt saying he loves Kenya Moore. “It’s really good for Kenya to find love,” she says. “At first I didn’t think he was the one for Kenya, but I have seen him and Kenya together. He was at Kenya’s birthday dinner and I think Kenya’s feeling him.”
Our favorite reality TV stars cannot get enough of the spotlight during their regularly scheduled time slots, so they take to social media to share even more of their lives with us. And we would not have it any other way. Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite snapshots and selfies from this week. Enjoy.
About not claiming Kenya as her best friend, Cynthia maintains, “I don’t really feel like I was backing away. The bestie word came up – and we’re not best friends, we’re not BFFs, we’re not besties, we’re not any of those things. We’re really really good friends – very close. I love Kenya. We have never referred to each other as best friends.”
Between the tight space and the plastic runway I can’t help but think Cynthia‘s show was held in the lobby of her hotel – without permission – and she lucked out when Mother Funders‘ Carla Stephens and Real Housewives of New York‘s Jill Zarin stumbled upon the “show” so Cynthia could pose for pictures with the “stars” who attended her show. Poor Cynthia. If I could stop laughing, I might feel sorry for her.