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!
Willie watched the episode and joked to Claudia, “You took a shot at the throne!” Claudia replied, “You know what, I do not start with anyone. I will respond and I felt like I had no choice.”
Claudia says the shade coming from Phaedra toward Demetria was totally out of the blue, there was no beef between them. She says Demetria is a really cool girl. A cool girl who happens to be in the WWHL audience.
Puerto Rico is apparently the place to go if you’re a Real Housewife with a vendetta who is looking to start a fight. Tonight the ladies of Real Housewives Of Atlanta take their first of the cast trips as the venture to Puerto Rico. Before all that Claudia Jordan gives us background on her relationship with NeNe Leakes – which will be the basis of their verbal discourse.
Claudia reveals that NeNe is simply judging her based on assumptions and gives backgrounds for how they met in the first place (hint: it was twitter. And Charles Grant). It turns out that despite NeNe saying she merely knew Claudia, they were actually friends who socialized together so imagine Claudia’s surprise to be completely ignored by NeNe at Kandi’s party.
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Kandi insists she had no idea that her friend Gocha was coming until last-minute and had no idea Demetria was supposedly dating Roger Bobb at the same Gocha was!
First Kandi updates fans on what’s been happening in her life. “The end of my year really sucked to be honest, and I didn’t feel up to blogging. Every time an episode aired someone in my family was upset about something. It’s crazy doing this show, because whenever a disagreement happens although you get past it, you end up having tension all over again when it airs on TV.”
After Brandi tossed a glass of wine on Jeff Lewis during a recent WWHL showing (which was prompted by her tossing a glass of wine on Eileen Davidson), Kenya got on her high stallion and accused the Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star of needing rehab. Probably!
The latest round started with Brandi continuing to call Kenya’s hair fake – even though Andy Cohen verified it was real. Then Brandi went further describing Kenya as “pure evil.” Adding, “I didn’t know that Kenya Moore had fans. I really didn’t.”
Ladies and gentlemen, put on take off your sunglasses and step into the shade. However, I must warn you, this is a scepter and weave-free zone! In case any of y’all were worried that hell was in the process of freezing over or that pigs may begin to sprout wings, Porsha Williams wants to assure you that the Kenya Moore hug on this past episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta was nothing short of fake…like Kenya’s hair according to Brandi Glanville (although I am pretty convinced from Krayonce’s latest appearance on WWHL that while she may be crazy, she is #blessed with a beautiful and natural head of hair. Don’t be hatin’, ladies!).
After that more than tumultuous reunion, Kenya and Porsha have finally hugged it out–at Kenya’s prompting, no less!–in an attempt to put the past in the past. But did we viewers really buy it? Nope. And Porsha wants to make sure we all know not to buy what Twirl is selling!