There was no shortage of shade and tension on Real Housewives of Atlanta this week. Kenya Moore spent her on-camera time with her Aunt Lori and Claudia Jordan this week, but it didn’t stop her co-stars from talking ish about her. Like a good little bravolebrity, Kenya’s firing back in her RHOA blog.
First, Kenya gave a shout out to her Aunt Lori, “The one constant in my life is that I can count on my Aunt Lori to dispense sound advice. She is always the neutral party, who is often the moral compass of the show. And my take away is forgiveness should not come with conditions, neither should apologies.”
Vicki and Brooks recently sat down with US Weekly to talk about the cancer, the status of their on-again, off-again, on-again relationship, and which of their Real Housewives of Orange County co-stars have offered their support.
Vicki said she knew something wasn’t right with Brooks prior to the diagnosis. “He hadn’t been really looking good.” She added that she “burst into tears” when he told her. “I don’t know a lot about Non-Hodgkin lymphoma. All I know is – coming back for a third time – it’s not going away.”
About her upcoming wedding, she shared, “I always loved the ’20s era and the look of everything. Me and Jionni actually watched the movie together and it was actually Jionni’s idea to do a Great Gatsby theme wedding. We invited 300 people, but with everybody bringing a guest, it’s more like 400.” That’s a lot of people! And the wedding party includes 17 groomsmen, 15 bridesmaids, and 8 children, including Lorenzo and Giovanni.
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 daily lives with us. And we love them for it! Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite photos this week. Enjoy!
Above: Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Yolanda Foster has been sharing pictures of her “health journey” in Seoul, South Korea. She captioned the photo above: “I guess you fight through the bad days to earn the best days of your life. #LymeDiseaseAfterMath #RebuildingTheBrain #StemcellTherapy #MedicineOfTheFuture.”
I had to resist the urge to write this post in all capital letters because I could not agree more with Kenya Moore‘s blog this week. So much so, I want to scream it! Sing it while twirling down the middle of a busy street! Send a copy of it to her Real Housewives of Atlanta co-stars! I will spare you the capital letters, but I can’t promise I won’t twirl here or there. #Kidding #NotCrazy #NotTwirling
“Brandon is the funny to my bone and the little brother I’ve always wanted. He is my constant source of sunshine. His impersonations and jokes always have me in stitches. ‘Really B*tch‘ was inspired by all the hypocrites and contrarians that are verbose when it comes to maligning me. i.e., I’m a whore but I can’t get a man, I’m fake but two new Housewives got their boobs done this year, I paid a man to play my boyfriend but I’m broke,” shares Kenya. “These ridiculous oxymoronic statements never cease to amaze me as to how they would be spoken from anyone’s mouth.”