So Phaedra Parks is a bit less, um, genteel this season, wouldn’t you say? Don’t get me wrong, she’s still wants to seem like a refined Southern Belle, but her words are more Mad Dog 20/20 even if her voice is as smooth as a mint julep. Come to think of it, most Southern ladies (myself included) can be that way, so maybe she’s right on point!
I do know, however, that the Real Housewives of Atlanta star’s next career path should be that of a tree farmer. Phaedra is all about the shade this season! Granted she’s been through a lot with the Apollo drama, but I think she may just be coming a bit more out of her shell! Ooh how she came at Kenya Moore on this week’s episode, and Krayonce wasn’t even wielding a bullhorn!
When asked about the Mr. Chocolate rumor, Claudia said, “I really don’t know Phaedra that much to comment on her personal life, but from the little bit I am privy to, I was surprised to hear about an alleged affair considering the extreme criticism that Kenya got.”
“At the end of the day, only two people know what really did or did not happen, and I would love for this group to reserve judgment on everyone until there is confirmation,” continued Claudia. “But I think a precedent had been set a long time ago, so that has opened the door to where we are now. I think it’s easy to believe something negative about someone in the group, because in the past it’s been shown that it takes very little actual evidence or proof for some to jump on that bandwagon.”
Last night on Real Housewives Of Atlanta some ladies got served retribution and others got served a taste of their own medicine – and some ladies need to take a seat at the kiddie table because they cannot play with the big girls.
Phaedra has several burly bodyguards to keep her safe in a fortress of delusion, just in case “gone asunder” means lurking in the bushes, holding a drill in a menacing way. (Apollo is scary and we did see proof of holes in the wall. Yikes!) Good thing Phaedra has her preacher arrive with a vial of holy water to exorcise this home of its demons.
Andy’s shady boot moment of the night was Porsha Williamsthrowing shade at Kenya for flirting with the waiter. Kenya says “I think that’s sad. I was being friendly to the waiter. I don’t think that I’m above a waiter or staff and to be friendly with someone doesn’t mean that you’re flirting with them.”
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.
So this is what we call a lunch time poll (anyone, anyone? Veronica?)…Say aliens land on the planet and say they’re going to blow it up in forty-eight hours the day you win the lottery, what would you do with the money? (I’d just slide that wad over to my father. After all, he is one of the top brokers in the state…) Wait, that’s not right. Let’s try again, simpler, this time. Say I asked you if you thought Kenya Moore was a thief–what would your answer be?
The Real Housewives of Atlanta star has been accused of stealing a few things in her day. She’s certainly stolen the hearts of several loyal fans. She’s also stolen the spotlight on several occasions. Anyone who has watched an episode of RHOA or caught a snippet of Celebrity Apprentice can attest to that! Speaking of Celebrity Apprentice, Kenya was recently accused of stealing competitor Vivica A. Fox’s cell phone during a challenge. There is certainly no love lost between those two. But did her sticky fingers take anything else during her time on the show?
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!
“Some people love to criticize me for having an opinion about Phaedra and Apollo or anyone else on the show at this point, as if somehow it is never any of my business. Despite the fact that this is a show where we discuss our issues, thoughts, and observations of one another,” said Kenya. “We may not agree, but I am entitled to and allowed to provide my input. We may not agree, however, no one and nothing is off limits when the issues are put out there for public consumption.” I agree. Blogs about the episode are part of the HWs job.