The Real Housewives of Atlanta don’t really seem to be feeling the blogging thing much this season. I know Kandi got tired of being edited long ago but she did eventually come around and give us a good blog about Kim back in November. But this week, which was a rather boring episode, the only two people to blog were Porsha and Kenya. Check our Porsha’s stunning magazine cover for the February issue of LUX pictured left.
In Porsha’s blog she gives her side of the pageant story (Cynthia did not blog a rebuttal, which I found interesting) and pointed out that Cynthia had agreed to donate 10% of the profits from the pageant to Hosea Feed the Hungry. She also said she had set up a free meal for 1,000 hungry people and that the contestants were going to be responsible for working the event. If all that is true it seems bit petty of Cynthia not to just keep the commitment and not get her nose out of joint over Porsha not agreeing to hold a business meeting for Cynthia in her home. Porsha also says it was not just Kordell who was uncomfortable having the meeting in her house. She pointed out that Cynthia does have a business space for that sort of meeting. Porsha offered to take the entire group out to lunch at a restaurant at her expense but that Cynthia was not having it. This entire situation seems contrived to me. Why would Cynthia not have the meeting at her agency in the first place?
And then there is Kenya. Kenya has three pages of blogs about her “cancer.” Every woman who has ever had a mammogram and then gotten the letter that says you need a sonogram knows that it can be frightening. Millions of women every year have to go back for a sonogram, and even a biopsy. It’s scary, but it doesn’t warrant all the dramatics. In Kenya’s talking heads she was building it up and milking it for all it was worth despite knowing that she didn’t have cancer. It’s kind of insulting to those people who do. What is it with these RHOA and their fake cancer scares? She also whines that none of the other housewives called her after they found out about it by watching the show:
“I was disappointed when none of my cast mates reached out to me after learning of my ordeal when many viewers did. Whether or not I am your favorite or least favorite person, the bond that we all have is that we are women first. I’m a woman before I am any other identifying marker such as race, social status, popularity, occupation, or religious background. I am a woman. I am a child of God and I am blessed.”
Kenya, you don’t have cancer. Stop begging for attention. She says she is still “at risk” as if we should all be worried. We are all at risk, Kenya. Oh but Kenya is going to save us from cancer y’all. Yep. Her stallion booty video (not yet produced, maybe that Dubai trip was to secure some financial backing) is going to help us all not get cancer. Yep, Kenya says, “I’m thrilled to know that my forthcoming workout video could actually help to save lives and possibly reduce the risk of breast cancer.” Well I guess it is better than last week when she denied being bipolar and went on a long rant about the poor, poor, people with mental illness and how “they” need help. It’s more than just a river in Egypt, y’all.