The Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion special was back last night for part two of three ... and there were no fights this time. Just a great deal of tension.
In the immediate aftermath of The Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion fight, which we've had a week to process but took place just minutes ago here?
Porsha Williams was done. Left the building. Andy Cohen said Bravo does not condone violence. Kenya Moore defended herself and showed no regrets.
Cynthia Bailey didn’t feel Porsha was “under attack,” as Cohen put it, while NeNe Leakes and Phaedra Parks said that Kenya provoked her with her props.
Kenya insisted she was just having fun with her bullhorn, scepter and sex toys. Umm, no. “It is a violation to point anything in my face,” NeNe retorted.
Moore doesn’t think props were what caused Porsha's beatdown, rather her nemesis' issues. Kenya, meanwhile, proclaimed an anti-violence message.
All we know is that Kordell Stewart is very happy that she's going by Williams when she's beasting on "s--ts from the '90s." In other plot lines Sunday night:
- NeNe Leakes and Phaedra Parks have made up, and even apologized to one another while throwing shade on Chuck Smith for good measure.
- Mama Joyce, Kandi Burruss' mom, clearly enjoyed the spotlight, but chose not to badmouth Todd Tucker a week before their wedding.
- Joyce enjoyed the musical but didn’t feel like it was really her, while Kandi wanted to make it known that she supports her Mama financially.
- Cynthia Bailey and NeNe Leakes clashed, as advertised, with the former calling the latter two-faced and shady (among other things).
The fact that NeNe said Cynthia's husband Peter Thomas was behaving like a “bitch” was what caused the rift months ago, and they're no longer talking.
Cynthia said sadly that she thinks this could be irreparable:
“I see so many of her friends come and go and I feel like at the end of the day, there’s a sisterhood there. There’s a love there. But I never felt a respect is there.”
“I don’t know where that’s coming from,” NeNe said.
Kandi feels NeNe can often be a “selfish friend.”
“I’m not sure if she’s even aware she can be shady,” Cynthia said. “Not friendly, not inviting. I read her blog going in on me. If you say anything slightly demeaning, she feels attacked.”
Until next week's part three, watch The Real Housewives of Atlanta online at TV Fanatic and check back with THG for all the latest RHOA news and gossip!