Last night on Real Housewives Of Atlanta a little redemption was served piping hot and brewed strong. Apollo Nida came clean about lies he told about Kenya Moore trying to get with him. The most shocking thing is that everyone was shocked Apollo would lie in the first place; liars lie, and so do criminals.
Lord – these are trying times when I have to type the word “fellatio” over and over again, but so be it. Thank you Bravo.
Apollo decided he could take no more of living in deceit – his soul needed purging, the man must be redeemed. Apparently two steps outside a prison cell he had an epiphany – and he ain’t gonna do bad no more! OK, well not quite, but Apollo finally copped up to lying about Kenya.
Andy starts off asking a fan question – wanting to know why Kenya filed charges against Porsha Williams after the reunion brawl. Kenya claims that she didn’t actually file charges, but since she called 911 and got the police involved… Kenya shared, “Honestly Kandi and I will never agree on that. I draw the line at violence. We are there to be gaslights to each other at the reunions. We irritate, we provoke, we annoy, but we don’t resort to violence and I think that’s where I draw the line.”
Tonight is the second episode of Real Housewives Of Atlanta‘s 7th season. Apollo Nida is doing everything he can to earn that paycheck before he leaves for prison, so he is once again confronting Kenya Moore about what went on between the two of them! The premiere already broke ratings records, so let’s hope all the drama lives up to its hype.
Tonight we’re are supposed to finally get some resolve on the situation, in what Kenya promises will be a season of redemption as lies told about her are exposed as thus. Apollo crashes a party Cynthia Bailey throws to celebrate her fibroid-free sexiness. A party that also left several RHOA ladies off the guest list!
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 from this week. Enjoy!
As a model Cynthia knows the importance of a good accessory, which is why she’s always been more than willing to be NeNe’s, until Kenya took Cynthia under her antebellum caftan and twirled her off into the sunset. And apparently that was all Porsha Williams‘ fault. I’m noticing a pattern here – everything in Cynthia’s life is someone else’s fault. She really has been hanging out with Krayonce too long!
If the thought of Porsha “No Peach For You!” Williams not blogging her way through season seven of the Real Housewives of Atlanta gives you a serious case of the sads, then you’ll be happy to know that Porsha Williams has found a new home for her blogs.
On the other hand, if the thought of Porsha writing about anything makes you cringe, then my apologies.
Porsha has teamed up with OK! Magazine to give her fans a weekly dose of Porsha’s Piece of Mind. This week, she bashed Kenya Moore, gushed over her new boobs, shared her thoughts on Phaedra Parks and Apollo Nida, and preached about accountability.
Anyway, Kenya is all about redemption this season and that means moving forward with all the people who have done her wrong – Phaedra included! After last season’s traumatic reunion, Kenya said it really took a lot for her return to the show. And by a lot, I imagine one phone call from Bravo.
“I had to really weigh the options; is this worth it? I went through a terrible time after the reunion, and I had to just reevaluate the situation,” Kenya says. “I asked myself a lot of questions. I had a lot of questions and conversations with the production company, with Bravo, and we got to a really good place; and that’s why I’m back.”
After the runaway success that was ‘Gone With The Wind Fabulous‘, Krayonce announced plans to record another song! “The song is already written. I haven’t laid down the vocals, but I want to do something soon,” Kenya revealed. “It has a similar feel to ‘Gone with the Wind Fabulous.’ It’s one of those songs that basically says, ‘don’t come for me unless I send for you.’ It’s definitely a dance song.”