Cynthia Bailey Says Porsha Williams’ Comments Are Too Ridiculous To Address


Cynthia Bailey chewed out Porsha Williams on this week’s episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta for showing up to their coffee date late and for being rude.  She explains how frustrated she is with her co-stars’ lack of respect for other peoples’ time and says she can’t be bothered to address Porsha’s THOT comments about her Ebony spread. 

Cynthia stands firm that she was never Team Porsha regarding the reunion showdown with Kenya Moore.  “I have known Porsha for a couple of years now, and we have never had any real issues until this last reunion. To my knowledge our only issue is I did not support her actions at the reunion. I have always made it clear that the reunion is a provocative environment for everyone involved. I adamantly did not support her choice to resort to physical violence, and I never will. Shortly after, she did WWHL, and claimed that I supported her actions and then I didn’t support her actions. I do not support physical violence. Period! I thought this was clear out the gate during the reunion, when I did not jump off the couch to run to her side.”


Cynthia and Porsha appear to be on good terms now.  “I posted a very recent picture of myself and Porsha having fun girl time (Nov 23). Outside of this one issue (which after we met for lunch is over as far as I am concerned) Porsha and I always have a great time together. Whenever we are in each other’s company, we laugh and crack jokes with each other. We may not always agree with each other, but always manage to get past our differences and move on. With that said, the only “two faces” that I see is the two of us smiling happily in the picture that I posted.” 

And on to the THOT comments.  Cynthia doesn’t want to waste breath/ink on the stupidity of it all.  “What is a thot? Apparently it means, “that hoe over there.” OK, Porsha saying my Ebony Magazine topless photo looked “thot-ish” is actually too ridiculous for me to address. I was going to go there, but I choose not to waste my time. The ground-breaking, highly revered, historic publication doesn’t require my defense. I am honored and very proud of the creative, stylish, and tastefully directed editorial. I choose to disregard what I consider to be ignorant and move on.”

On Porsha (and other cast members) having an issue with arrival times and her right to pissed about it.  “I feel an ongoing issue in this group of ladies is the blatant disrespect for people’s time. It is just rude and inappropriate. It also says a lot about a person to have no regard for another person’s time (no call or text) and feel no need to apologize. I find this behavior extremely irritating and actually offensive. Looking back, I never should have allowed my frustration to take me out of character. What could have been a respectful and cordial conversation between two grown women ended up being a pointless waste of time. My mistake was not leaving after the customary 15 minute grace period.” 



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