In her new blog, Sheree shares her feelings on Cynthia and Porshabrawling on TV. “I was honestly taken aback for a minute. It’s so unfortunate that in this day and age these grown women took it this far on national TV for the world to continue to judge us. None of us are perfect, I get it! We all are a work in progress, and hopefully they will learn from this and learn to deal with conflict in a much better way.”
Post-confrontation, Cynthia shares, “I was shell shocked, and honestly could not believe what had just happened. I didn’t know what to do, and I felt lost in the moment. This was my first physical altercation, and before I could process or react, the fight ended as quickly as it had started. An argument is one thing, but to actually get physical with another woman is a disgraceful situation.”
But first, Kandi explained why she called out Kenya at her own unity brunch, “I just wanted her to recognize her faults. She loves to call out everyone else’s, and for some reason she doesn’t think or realize that she does that. She says I’m always against her and I pick sides, but that’s not true. Right is right, and wrong is wrong. No matter who it is. That’s how I feel and I don’t have a problem saying it.” I bet most viewers also didn’t have a problem with her saying it. 😉
Kenya Moore kept it classy at the KIIS FM iHeartRadio Jingle Ball in L.A. And Kyle Richards attended the same event with Mauricio and their daughter Sophia. Meanwhile, Lisa Vanderpumpwas on the red carpet for the TrevorLIVE even in L.A., sans Ken and Giggy.
Yeah, I don’t know who escalatedCynthia Bailey and Porsha Williams‘ fight, but one thing I do know is that I’m super, ultra relieved it doesn’t appear the fallout will drag on all season, and into the next, and into the next, and into the next until I contemplate throwing them both overboard into Lake Lanier, Atlanta’s unofficial morgue, without a lifejacket, so they are stuck fending for themselves amid the ghosts. Well, at least Phaedra Parks said there were ghosts in that lake.
Anyway, to briefly recap Fight Float, there are “fake as f–k” women causing “fake as f–k fights,” there are fingers in faces, then fingers being grabbed, there is Porsha starting to stand-straddle? (adjusting her position?) – I don’t know – over Cynthia’s lawn chair. Then all of the sudden Cynthia kicks Porsha in the crotchal region! Shocking, yes. But I was mostly relieved no one’s pants burst because, holy crap, I would not be getting all acrobatic and ‘Hi-Yah! Housewives’ in pants that tight!
About Porsha and Cynthia’s fight, NeNe says, “Lord, have mercy. It was a lot. It was disappointing, and it was a lot.”
NeNe is torn over who is at fault. “Honestly, I really do not know whose fault it is,” she says. “I have to say that in the beginning Cynthia kinda started it a little with the whole… I don’t think Porsha said the ‘b’ word in an offensive way, but I think Porsha took it to another level. I feel like they both have a lot of blame.”
Including the fight that will happen with Cynthia Bailey on tonight’s episode, this weekend’s altercation between Porsha will be the THIRD fisticuffs starring Porsha, who probably should change her name to Puncha. Or P-Hulk!
In the latest incident witnesses say that during a holiday party filmed for Real Housewives Of Atlanta, Porsha “attacked” her friend Jamie Ziegler because of the man Jami brought with her!
In the above photo, Porsha confirmed RHOA was still filming. “#NoDaysOff Lights camera action 😉 #Rhoa”
But first, Cynthia weighed in on her talk with Kandi Burruss, “I enjoy talking to Kandi because she is level headed, rational, and doesn’t sensationalize things. I knew that Peter and I had just celebrated our five year anniversary, but did not think about the five year hump that marriages go through until Kandi brought it up.” Oh, the delusion. News flash Cynthia: your marriage suffers from a “hump” problem, allegedly, but not of the “five year” variety.
Cynthia concluded, “My conversation with her reminded me that no marriage is perfect, most have issues, and we were not alone in our struggles.”