Poor Kandi. All she wanted to do was get the housewives together for a civil dinner to work things out. That didn’t happen. On the Dec. 14 episode of ‘RHOA,’ the epic fight continues.
NeNe Leakes and Cynthia Bailey‘s showdown gets even worse on The Real Housewives of Atlanta, after the previous episode ended with NeNe screaming at Cynthia in front of all the other ladies. This week, Phaedra Parks admits she’s never seen NeNe get this emotional, and then she breaks down and cries.
‘RHOA’: NeNe & Cynthia’s Epic Showdown Continues
After NeNe’s rant where she told Cynthia that she “loved her like a sister” and screamed for days, Cynthia’s only reply was: “Are you done?”
No, she was far from done.
“I want her to truly understand the way that she has hurt me,” NeNe tearfully said. “I’m just shocked and appalled of her behavior of trying to blindside me in front of a bunch of people who I feel didn’t care if we had a friendship or not. So I would never respect her for that.”
Phaedra even commented, “I’ve never seen NeNe this emotional. It’s something real behind this kind of hurt.”
Then, NeNe broke down in tears, left the table, and returned, only to have the rest of the housewives get up and let the dueling duo have a moment to themselves.
Cynthia Fight Back & Brings Up The Peter ‘B*tch’ Saga
“If you are a real friend, the way you claim to be, then you would call up your real friend and say, ‘Hey friend, we need to talk,'” NeNe argued.
Then Cynthia fired back and gave her side of the story, bringing up the Peter b*tch situation. (You know, when NeNe called Cynthia hubby a “b*tch” to his face.)
What is it with these women and their men causing so much drama?!
“Our friendship started to break down with the whole Peter b*tch comment,” Cynthia tells the cameras. “I tried to get over it, I tried to move on, but I feel like there are certain lines that can’t be crossed.”
She gets back at NeNe, “No matter what, NeNe, I would never, ever, call Gregg a b*tch.”
HollywoodLifers, whose side are you on — NeNe or Cynthia? Let us know!
— Elizabeth Wagmeister