“It was a good time for me,” Sheree said about her decision to return to Real Housewives of Atlanta. “My kids are about grown .. and I just felt like I’m in a much different place. I’m in a lighter place. Before it was so heavy. I was going through a lot – going through a divorce and a child support battle, so right now, I’m just really enjoying life and having a good time.”
Y’all. Y’all. Is it just me, or is Kenya Moore vying to be the most hypocritical housewife in the history of housewives? In asking that question, I am not even taking into consideration the fact that Krayonce has never been a wife, because we all know that’s not a prerequisite with Bravo!
After her grand showing on the reunion, where she received more shade from Andy Cohen than I’ve ever seen him dole out, Kenya is back teasing fans about a potential pregnancy and calling out co-star Phaedra Parks for shaming her skin tone. Note to self, it’s fine for the Real Housewives of Atlanta star to talk smack about anyone and everyone, but it’s certainly not okay for any of her cast mates to retaliate. What’s that old adage about not dishing it if you can’t take it? Just kidding! Those rules don’t apply to twirling!
I don’t know why I’m taking it personally, but the breakdown of Kandi Burruss’ and Phaedra Parks’ friendship feels like the end of an era in some sort of cosmic way! The real tragedy is how much these two Real Housewives of Atlanta stars still care about each other, but can’t seem to find common ground. And how a felon man ultimately came between them (thanks, Apollo!).
Kandi admits that she gets emotional when discussing her disintegrating friendship with Phaedra, as she did on part one of the RHOA reunion. “I get frustrated having these conversations in front of everyone. I do care about our friendship. That’s why I’m emotional about it. And because I care, I still won’t say certain things that would make her look bad. Even though I feel like I’ve been made to look like the bad guy.”
Kim called in to The Rickey Smiley Show to promote her stint on Dancing with the Stars. Then, when asked if she plans to return to the Real Housewives of Atlanta, she said, “Feels more like Brett Farve and the Jets. I’m done. Think about, too, at the beginning of the season, what did my mama say? ’Get in and get out.’ Listen to your mama.”
NeNe agrees that Kim doesn’t mix well with the existing ladies. “I don’t think she’s a good fit for the show. I don’t think she fits with the cast,” she explains. “It’s not a good thing if you don’t fit with the cast.”
So, that Real Housewives of Atlantareunion, huh? Kim Fields finally found her voice (although it’s likely too late for any hopes of a sophomore season for her–more on that in a second!), and Kenya Moore seems oblivious to the notion of hypocrisy. It was entertaining, to say the least, and Andy Cohen shared and received his fair share of shade.
Of course, one of the co-stars stayed above the fray (at least so far), but it’s probably because she’s got bigger fish to fry…literally. Move over, Kim Richards! There is a new housewife joining the most epic movie franchise in the history of mankind! After remaining relatively mum on the first installment of last night’s RHOA reunion, Cynthia Baileyis apparently saving her acting chops for more serious projects…like Sharknado 4. Yes, you read that correctly!
Last night was part one of the Real Housewives Of Atlanta reunion. Phaedra Parks was most certainly on the hot seat. That must explain why her gown was bathed in golden embers! When Phaedra wasn’t being bathed in the fruits of her shade, Kenya Moore was being read for the filth by everyone – even Andy Cohen! And I have to say YES, Bravo, YES! Finally and thank you. It was time.
So it begins with the drama that never ends, it just goes on and on my friends… between Phaedra and Kenya. Phaedra is deemed the shadiest of them all, but some people aren’t appreciative of such witticisms. Like Kenya “Oatmeal Pie Face” Moore. She complains that Phaedra was “attacking” her looks, therefore putting down all women and their respective chocolate-ness.