In part four Porsha Williams outed Phaedra Parks as being the source behind the rumors that Kandi Burruss planned to drug and rape her. Cynthia admits she was completely unprepared for what went down and was in shock after learning the truth.
Kenya Moore is never one to waste an opportunity to throw shade – and she’s certainly not wasting the opportunity to affix a halo atop that tarnished pageant crown and Moore Haircare while Phaedra Parks is so much worse for the wear following the scandalous revelations that came out of the Real Housewives Of Atlanta reunion.
After years of feuding with Phaedra, it is finally Kenya who is the victor waving the scepter over her spoils. Good for you, Krayonce! Taking us way back to the origins of her feud with Phaedra, Kenya dredges up the Donkey Booty/Stallion Booty workout video war to explain how she and Phaedra ended up where they are today.
Cynthia Bailey is like an old-fashioned Housewife from back in the day when Housewives was about the interpersonal family dramas, not feuding with cast members over strange social protocol or complete lies. Still Cynthia is sharing a show with these ladies and their “disgusting and disappointing” behavior.
Bravo is really trying to give us a seizure – or Real Housewives Of Atlanta really has A LOT to talk about! After a crazy season filled with some extremely salacious accusations, and friendships irrevocably broken, the ladies are treating us to a never-before-seen FOUR-PART reunion!
About NeNe Leakes saying she’s not a good fit for RHOA, Kim shared, “NeNe helped build this house; of course her opinion is valid.” That said, she added, “I don’t believe I was invited to this show to fit in, but be myself… which has gotten an enormous amount of support.” #BLOOP
At the reunion, Phaedra Parks made it be known that she did not appreciate Kandi – or anyone else for that matter – talking about whether or not her boys, Ayden and Dylan, should visit Apollo Nida in prison. About how that made her feel, Kandi said, “I don’t feel anything. I’m tired of being asked about it.”