Kenya titled her first blurb DISRESPECTFUL FEET. “I am a supportive friend and was happy to accompany Claudia to the podiatrist. BUT… I was not prepared for those disrespectful feet! I tried not to make direct eye contact with them, but they kept acting up!! Seriously, CJ and I have been cool for over 20 years, and we can laugh together. We don’t take things too seriously.”
“When the other ladies arrived, the shade was thick. Half of them didn’t speak and the cattiness was on FLEEK. You know when folks are trying to fake act like they are not bothered? Well there was a lot of that going on,” said Claudia. “It was corny as hell to me. Come say hello, sit down, and order a damn drink! Let’s have this meal, show a little respect to our host, and let’s get through this thing.” HAHA! What a newbie! That’s not how the Real Housewives do it!
“I was being sassy, but it was not with any ill intent,” insisted Phaedra. “That’s what we all do when we get together. I think because Demetria has not spent a lot of time with me, she probably took things a bit too personally.” Or, maybe you should not be so nasty to someone you barely know, Phaedra.
Demetria, who got a heaping dose of NeNe‘s unsolicited advice and Phaedra bitter hate, shared her thoughts in her blog. “When NeNe and Phaedra came to the studio I was in my element — getting vocals laid for my single “Trade It All” and ready to let the ladies hear my passion, music,” she recalled.
“NeNe gave some advice, but I handled the situation the way I wanted to. And after seeing her commentary in the confessionals, I can’t take any advice from her,” said Demetria. “To me, intention is everything. I can’t trust you are giving me sound advice to help if you mock or scoff at my situation. It’s a shame too. After what she and Gregg [Leakes] went through to get back on track, it might have been worthy advice and a good way for us to bond. But oh well.”
Was anyone else totally confused by this episode of Real Housewives Of Atlanta? I don’t know what was more disturbing: the majorly disjointed story or Claudia Jordan‘s feet. I need some clarity on motives here – and also on shade, which I thought was genteel and left one guessing, not obviously wrong like a bunion crusted-foot.
The clips set-up this episode to be a big show-down in Puerto Rico between the establishment and the upstarts (not unlike an episode of Downton Abbey, although I dare say Lady Mary’s reads are far superior to anyone on RHOA). And yes, that did happen, but I felt like we’re missing some serious backstory. Was there a reason Phaedra Parks is suddenly gunning for Demetria McKinney like Evander Holyfield? Is Phaedra in love with Roger Bobb too? Speaking which, I beginning to believe Roger the Friendly Ghost comes from Claudia’s mysterious sugar daddy connect – or Kenya Moore‘s over-active iMANgination!
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!
Above: Peter Thomas shared, “On the road again, me and my baby, like Bonnie and Clyde, got to get that money.”
Last night on Real Housewives Of Atlanta things were shocking, in the invisible fence way. Invisible fences are harder to climb over, as the ladies found out.
Cynthia Bailey had a dream and that dream is rapidly becoming a nightmare. Because Cynthia is going into business with Peter to open the new Bar One!
Misguidedly, Cynthia is honored that Payday Loan Peter, chose her checking account and she will no longer be a silent fibroid, but a living, breathing bank account. The delusion: it runs deep – certainly deeper than the zeros in ol’ CB’s savings account. Who does Peter think he is married to – NeNeLeakes?!
Cynthia has a dream and that dream is that people do not believe rumors about how she finances all his foolish shenanigans and he married her for a TV show, free vodka, and VIP strip club access.
“I think it was a great move on NeNe’s part to get everyone at the table to lay a foundation for a more peaceful existence. There was a lot of emotion and even more history sitting at that table, and it’s going to take a lot of work on everyone’s part to get along,” Phaedra says.
“Whenever there are conflicts like this, I think it is important for each person to recognize what the others are and are not capable of,” Phaedra continues. “If you understand a person’s limitations, and adjust your expectations accordingly, there is a much greater chance of success.”