Marc showed up at the very end of the episode and Sheree Whitfield managed to get in a dig at his nose ring, but then the episode just ended and we didn’t get to hear much from anyone else in the cast. Kenya, Sheree, Cynthia Bailey, Porsha Williams, and Kim Zolciak all chimed in Marc’s RHOA debut.
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Despite their ups and downs, one of Kandi Burruss‘s favorite things to do is spoil her mom. The Real Housewives of Atlanta star has highlighted her generosity to Mama Joyce on the show many times, including buying her a new house, and it looks like life is still sweet for Mama. Kandi shared this week that she bought Mama Joyce a new car!
Kandi shared on Instagram a photo of a beaming Mama Joyce behind the wheel of her new ride. She wrote, “Got my mom a new car today! I love you @mamajjoyce! It’s a blessing to be able to do stuff like this for her.”
He showed up to support his lady during the screening for her domestic violence PSA and of course he was greeted (and sized up) by the rest of the cast members. For the most part, we learned nothing about him, but it was great to see the other women speechless when they realized that he actually does exist.
During the last episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta, Sheree Whitfield continued the never-ending renovations on Chateau Sheree. This time, it wasn’t about the baseboards and trim. She was focused on setting up the perfect man cave for her currently incarcerated boo Tyrone Gilliams, since she was anticipating the end of his prison stint in the near future.
The forward thinking didn’t stop with redoing the basement though. During one of their collect phone calls, Sheree and Tyrone discussed the possibility of planning a destination wedding as soon as he gets out of prison. Unfortunately for Sheree that will not be happening any time soon.
Season 10 of Real Housewives of Atlanta got off to a slow start, but now we are all blessed with the roachgate-induced feud between OG cast members NeNe Leakes and Kim Zolciak. And just for old time’s sake, Sheree Whitfield is all up in the mix, siding with her girl Kim.
I’m sure that they all went at it during the reunion taping, but clearly there’s still A LOT of residual anger between NeNe and Kim since they went back and forth in yet another social media war.
One person who is on Kim Zolciak’s side in her feud with NeNe Leakes is Sheree Whitfield. Sheree is clearly on Kim’s side when it comes to roachgate, but she also has other issues with her on-again-off-again friend NeNe. She called out NeNe on Twitter for her her rape comment that she made during a comedy show.
Well, well – Kenya Moore‘s husband is no more Question Marc! We finally saw Marc Daly in the flesh on last night’s Real Housewives Of Atlanta, but he’s still leaving me with questions about his cardboard affect.
I never suspected Kenya had faked her marriage, but like NeNe Leakes alluded I always assumed Kenya was much more in love with Marc than he is with her. Just based purely on how Kenya describes him and their relationship gives me the willies actually! And seeing Marc, mingling around last night, something seemed … off. It wasn’t just camera jitters or nerves about what the women (and show) may have in store for him, it was an animosity. Dude, you married a woman on a TV show, you knew what you were getting into!
After a slow start, this season of Real Housewives of Atlanta is very heated thanks to NeNe Leakes and Kim Zolciak. As polarizing as they both can be, almost anyone can admit that they know how to bring it when it comes to stirring up controversy for this show.
Aside from feuding with each other over bug videos, handicap parking spaces, accusations of racism, and health diagnoses, they are both bringing individual controversies to the show as well. The women in the cast continue calling out Kim for her close relationship with husband/chauffeur Kroy Biermann and Kim just doesn’t understand any bit of what they’ve been attempting to convey. And then there’s NeNe who made some very offensive remarks about rape during a comedy show. Yikes- that goes beyond “bringing it for the show,” that’s for sure.