But first, Phaedra shared her opinion on the awful wig NeNe Leakes wore this week, “One never knows what to expect from NeNe! She’s got quite a selection of unique coifs and the guts to wear them. The day she visited me, I was focused much more on her support and friendship than her hair, but I’m all for her blow out.” Um, I think Phaedra is confusing “guts” with “bad taste.”
About Porsha Williams and Phaedra Parks talking about her and claiming to have dirt on her, Cynthia shared, “At this point I am never surprised to see these two ladies gossiping and speaking negatively about me. Lately I seem to be their favorite topic of conversation.”
NeNe Leakes took to her own personal website once again to share her thoughts on this week’s episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta. If there’s one thing I love, it’s NeNe unfiltered and unedited.
NeNe starts off, “I wanna just jump right in and keep it 100 with y’all so excuse my language if it gets a little rough here and there. I just want you to feel where I am coming from and what I was dealing with during the course of filming. I am definitely a strong woman, but human at the same time.”
Phaedra Parks visits Porsha Williams for dinner at Casa de Eviction 3.0 way out in Africa. Porsha opens some bags of frozen stuff and was struggling with the scissors… too bad Claudia Jordan‘s snaggletoes weren’t there to help a sister out!
Porsha is wearing a collar with chain around her neck because she’s a kept-woman chained to the stove? Isn’t Phaedra the one playing 50 Shades of African Chocolate?
Kandi explains why she was so teary and emotional when she talked with Phaedra. “I had a lot going on at the time. Yes, I was upset about my play being cancelled, but I also had some personal family things that I was dealing with as well. So I guess I was just extra emotional. It probably wasn’t the best time to go talk to her, but I was wondering what was going on with our friendship that she had to discuss it with NeNe and Porsha without ever mentioning to me that there was a problem. Watching this episode, it irritated me to see Phaedra try to brush off what was going on with me by saying that I was just upset about a bad business deal. I wasn’t upset about the money. There was a whole bunch of stuff that was going on with me that she didn’t take the time to ask about either. And now just because I didn’t text her every day, I’m a bad friend.”
On tonight’s episode of Real Housewives Of Atlanta, titled “Fix It Therapy,” the ladies pay a visit to Dr. Jeff so he can give them a few lessons on communicating and working through their copious issues!
Even thoughNeNe Leakes is the one who suggested therapy in the first place, and was warned by Dr. Jeff that he’d call her out too, NeNe freaks out when she is accused of causing a lot of the group’s issues. As a result, the very mature NeNe who expects everyone to act like grown women, storms out of the session and has to be chased down by the diminutive Dr. Jeff. Eep.
Kenya said the move didn’t surprise her at all. “Phaedra has always either told lies or diverted the attention from herself to someone else to avoid the truth being told about her,” she said. “Cynthia merely stated that Phaedra never fact checked prior to spreading Apollo’s lies about me. Phaedra had no response or defense, and thus she fled so she didn’t have to answer the obvious.”
I think it’s safe to say that no one is safe from rumors, backstabbing, or shade throwing on this season of Real Housewives of Atlanta! Cynthia Bailey has been gossiping about Phaedra Parks’ alleged Mr.C chocolate cravings, and Phaedra is stirring the pot regarding Kandi Burruss’ loyalties. Phaedra has been venting to Porsha Williams about how she feels her friend is siding with Apollo because of his friendship with Kandi’s husband Todd. As for Kenya Moore, she’s just waving her Krayonce flag and twirling with delight not to be the this season’s main target, while NeNe Leakes channels her inner cruise director…on a boat ride straight into the heart of darkness!
Kandi, like her counterparts, seems to suffer from the innate inability to be able to dish it, but not so much take it. In the RHOA realm, “it” refers to any combination of whispers, scandals, and busy body chit-chat where the only applicable rule is “talk with me about anyone but don’t talk with anyone about me.” Sixth grade social rules in their most basic form, for sure!