Here’s what I have to say about this season of Real Housewives Of Atlanta: I think I’m gonna like it here. This season things are progressing – storylines are moving. We are no longer subjected to the same tired fake feuds and the men are messier than the Housewives. Is that Bravo’s version of feminism?
Last night we met Kim Fields, and I am so happy she did not appear during Kenya Moore and Sheree Whitfield arguing over who is the most broke. Let’s be honest: it’s a tie! Like, I wouldn’t bet a half-finished glass of Franzia on the these two getting their houses finished in a timely manner. They oughtta both get some luxury RVs and plop them on their respective properties. Or pool their resources to construct a Chatfaux SheMoore Messor.
A caller asks Kenya why she felt the need to attack Sheree week one.
“I don’t think I went hard on Sheree,” says Kenya “who me?” Moore. “I think that I was just answering the questions that were asked. Even on this episode, we saw Kandi [Burruss] talking about Porsha [Williams]‘s guy dating some transgender. We’ve heard girls talk about other girls and deliver the news. I was just delivering the news. You cannot blame me for that.”
After a hiatus from RHOA, Sheree is back and ready to face the Twirl. She just didn’t know she was going to face it as soon as she laid eyes on Ms. Moore! Sheree shares, “What did I just walk into? Let me start by saying that I’ve met Kenya once or twice in passing through our mutual friend. It was only a hello! I’ve never sat and had a drink with her, broke bread with her, or had a conversation with her, so of course I was completely caught off guard and just as surprised as the other girls that someone would go into attack mode after less than two minutes of being in my presence when they didn’t know me! I knew she would be intimidated by my return.”
Are you guys ready for tonight’s episode of “Selling It: In the ATL?”The new hit show on WEtv kicked off last week and for tonight’s second episode we have two exclusive clips for you!
If you’re not familiar with this latest Atlanta-based reality show, it follows a diverse group of real estate agents in Atlanta, their well-to-do clients, and of course it wouldn’t be the ATL without some drama! It’s co-executive produced by RHOA star Sheree Whitfield.
No one knows how to brawl with Kenya Moore better than Porsha Williams, who spent some time in hot water after their notorious reunion brawl. And now, Williams is sounding off on the altercation between Kenya and Sheree, but who does she think is to blame? Get the details after the jump!
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The Real Housewives Of Atlanta are back y’all! And back with bang to boot. After a few seasons away, it was great to see Sheree Whitfield back on the scene, even if it came with a whole lotta drama. You see, at the end of last night’s premiere, we were left with a shade fest between Sheree and Kenya Moore, in which we were left hanging until next week to see how it plays out.
But luckily for us, Whitfield recently dished all about the showdown, and guess what? She isn’t taking any blame for it. Instead, Sheree insists that Kenya came at her out of no where and she has no idea why. Yikes! Get all the juicy details from Sheree after the jump.
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Last night Real Housewives Of Atlanta returned to us and brought with it Sheree Whitfield! (Which means I get to bust out my trusty #SheByShebroke hashtag again. YESSSSS.) And like two cats in an alley fighting over the remaining sardine of a storyline, Kenya Moore and Sheree are going at it, clawing at each other over who is more delusional and broke.
There is no greater irony than Kenya throwing Sheree’s delusional behavior in her face. Need I remind you all about Krayonce’s Rent-A-Boyfriends 1, 2, and 3, the charade of Life Twirls On, her fake booty, mystery African princes, Walter, and eviction from the home she so-called ‘owned’… But oh, how I adore that Kenya has met her match in shade, delusion, and sheer desperation to GO. THERE. in Sheree! These two are going to be an explosion of delight this season. And I am here for it – popcorn ready. To quote Kenya, “Nom, nom, nom…”