This Real Housewives of Atlanta season has been heavily focused on Kandi Burruss. For years she was just there to promote her products and interject here and there when other people got into it, but this season is very Kandi-centered thanks to Phaedra Parks and Porsha Williams starting rumors that she is a closeted lesbian who hooked up with Shamea Morton. Kandi confronted Porsha about her pot stirring during the last episode.
It wasn’t all drama for Kandi though. At the very least, she seemed to be beaming with pride when her daughter Riley Burruss followed in her musical footsteps and recorded a track of her own. Needless to say, Kandi has a lot to say about the last episode.
While Porsha really went in with the rumor spreading and instigating, Kenya was calm, cool, collected and gifted Cynthia Bailey with a vaginal rejuvenation. I don’t know whyKenya felt like Cynthia needed to get that procedure done since the past few seasons have had several story lines about the lack of sexual activity with her and her ex Peter Thomas. It didn’t seem necessary, but I guess it’s the thought that counts.
The cool thing about being a reality TV star is that you get to be famous and make money for being yourself instead of working hard on acting or singing. But apparently there’s something in the water since Luann de Lesseps has an acting role in the upcoming feature film Babymoon. And now Porsha Williams is trying her hand at acting.
On one hand, I cannot imagine Porsha being anyone other than herself, but at the same time she does seem to front a lot when it comes to manufacturing story lines for Real Housewives of Atlanta, so she already has had some “acting” practice if you think about it. So what is Porsha working on these days?
It seemed like Cynthia Bailey felt left out during the last Real Housewives of Atlanta episode when the other cast members were talking about their lesbian experiences. The only weird thing about that is that she made her comments in a conversation with her teenage daughter and I felt vicariously awkward for Noelle Robinson.
It was a pretty awkward episode for Cynthia in all honesty. First she’s talking to her daughter about making out with another woman and then Kenya Moore gifted her with a vaginal rejuvenation. I don’t even know what to make of that. Is that thoughtful? Is that rude? Is that a little much to put on television? Maybe all of the above.
When normal children get a car for their 18th birthday, it’s usually some hand-me-down, but when a Real Housewife – particularly a very rich bitch like NeNe Leakes – buys her child a car, it’s a BRAND NEW JEEP!
Well, um, who needs a hot shower after last night’s Real Housewives Of Atlanta?! The ladies were on pu$$y patrol, but there was also slow motion stiletto strolls, butterflies, and some serious Diana Ross, the Studio 54 years, hairstyles.
After a dramatic ‘lesbian’ laden dinner brought the glamping adventure to an end, Kandi Burruss is too upset by the accusations to ride home on the communal bus. Or maybe she was scared she have to confront further issues? One person, Cynthia Bailey, is relieved to be away from pu$$y-related problems, but alas that escape will be short-lived and come right back at Cynthia like getting struck by lightening.
While Marlo Hampton, stirrer of trouble and bubbles, busies herself with selfies, Sheree Whitfield plots and ponders. Specifically she wonders why Phaedra Parks, one of the originators of the ‘Kandi hooks up with girls’ rumors, never backed her bestie Porsha Williams. But for now Porsha is willing to sit in the hotseat alone, except for her girls ‘Coco and Chanel.’
After last night’s raunchy? vulgar? tea-spilling? episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta, Kandi Burruss made her way over to the Bravo clubhouse to hang with Andy Cohen and RHOA superfan Michael Rapaport. Kandi Burruss denies hooking up with Shamea, having a sex dungeon and more.
On Sheree Whitfield asking for a runway show date to moved to fit her schedule, Kandi says, “yeah, you don’t have that type of control when you are first starting in the business.”