Last night the ladies were throwing out the dirty buttermilk on each other. So, turn your prayer cloth into a strainer and start diluting that crud with holy water before you serve it up with biscuits! (That made no sense, but it sounds Phaedra Parks-ian).
Things begin at Moore Manor where Kenya is hosting a housewarming party. I know, I know… whoever heard of a housewarming party for an unfinished house? But even worse – whoever heard of a housewarming party for the ghosts of one’s past in the form of unwelcome guests. Unless of course you’re related to the Addams’s Family or Ebenezer Scrooge.
The ladies on the Real Housewives of Atlanta are the best shade throwers in the whole Real Housewives franchise. I would never want to mess with or compete with any of these ladies, but I absolutely live for it when they feud with each other.
Case in point, Kenya Moore and Sheree Whitfield have been feuding over the construction of their homes for what feels like forever. It seems like a dumb thing to argue about (at least in my opinion), but the tension is far from over for these two even though the season finished filming. Kenya is throwing shade at Sheree about her house and her finances.
Only on Bravo would an unfinished mcmansion-off be an important event. And with that subject in mind returns Real housewives Of Atlanta. We have waited for months – and in one case YEARS – to spy the unfinished results of Moore Manor and Chateau Sheree, and finally our prayers have been answered. I was not disappointed.
Also, Sheree Whitfield – do not ever leave me again! She is my all-time favorite Housewife and it feels wonderful to finally come clean about this. LONG LIVE She By SheShade! Sheree was in top-notch form for her anointed return, deftly deflecting Kenya Moore‘s homesteading hostilities with a dismissive side-eye and at one point, a sip of what I do believe was a twenty-two through a straw. You can build a liberry in the ChateauNoNo, but you can’t take the bubbling shade out of our Sheree!
With season nine of The Real Housewives of Atlanta coming to our TV screens this Sunday, we are looking forward to new drama from the familiar faces we’ve grown to love (and scream at) for years. Although there won’t be any new women, there will be new alliances, new divorces, and some fresh shade. Based on the previews alone, this looks like a season not to be missed.
There’s no doubt about it: Phaedra Parks is the absolute queen of throwing shade. In all honesty, she should just change her name to Shadera. She has the most hilarious and witty insults on Real Housewives of Atlanta. She makes me laugh every time, but I would never ever want to be on her bad side. That woman can throw down. That is why we should honor her on her birthday by going through some of her best insults and shade throughout the years.
Honestly, there are too many to choose from and yes, for the most part they are all aimed at Kenya Moore. Sorry, girl. Nevertheless, Phaedra makes great TV and is constantly quotable.
I have a lot of love for the OG RHOA cast member so I’m hoping Sheree’s book ends up doing well. I hate to throw shade here, but we all know that she could use the money, so I really do want this venture to go well.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta was a totally different show back in the day and big part of why I enjoyed it so much was Sheree Whitfield. I didn’t understand why she had to leave and I really could not fathom why Kim Fields was a season regular last season and Sheree wasn’t. Kim was easily one of the most boring cast members of all time and Sheree is reality TV gold.
I would have been so annoyed if I were Sheree and I had to play second fiddle to the boring beyond words Kim Fields. I get that she was paying her dues, but it made no sense that the same woman who iconically asked “Who gon check me, boo?” was not brought on as a season regular. Thankfully, Sheree will be back this season and she is actually a full time cast member. REJOICE. Now that Sheree is back she seems pretty pumped about it and I do not blame her at all.