I know I have been neglecting the Real Housewives! I’m sorry I am totally into the Jodi Arias trial by day, I stay up late to keep up with my friend in Korea by night, and have to chat with my legal team about the many hearings Sheree has scheduled for me for next week as well. Life is super busy for someone who rarely leaves the house. I did get a chance to read Phaedra’s blog today and had a few thoughts to share… So let’s take a peek!
The past few weeks have been exciting but extremely busy. I have been shooting my new show “Rich People’s Problems,” preparing for the delivery of our bundle of joy, and launching my new Phaedra Sparks stun gun line all while studying for final exams. It is great to have the opportunity to work and share my creativity.
Okay, I am not exactly buying this. Rich People Problems is not in production yet. It has not gotten the green light yet (though I expect it will) so at most she may have shot a test episode. Also, I found the order she listed things in interesting. No mention of any lawyering. I think she is actually taking it easy and studying at home. At least I hope she is!
Following the first part of the reunion, I received numerous emails and calls concerning the physical threat Kenya made towards me. I really appreciate everyone’s concerns. However, as we have all seen this season, being inappropriate is the norm for Kenya, but I was even taken aback that she would actually threaten to physically strike an eight month pregnant woman. While violence is never acceptable under any circumstance, to even think about hitting a pregnant woman is horrifically despicable and evidences anything but sanity.
Hmmm when a lawyer uses the term “physical threat” Kenya might want to have someone on retainer, just in case…
During the reunion I mentioned erroneous postings by urban bloggers. A few people have asked whom I was referring to. In an effort to clarify my comment, urban has nothing to do with ethnicity. I was specifically talking about those bloggers who lack journalistic integrity and any substantive ability to produce prudent and credible information. These bloggers are more concerned with getting attention than getting the truth. Bloggers that blog about urban gossip may not, in my opinion, be classified as an “urban blogger,” if they are portraying correct and well researched information. True bloggers, regardless of the genre of content, strive to convey relevant, yet well investigated and vetted information. Similarly, when I mentioned Kenya’s booty was made in Mexico, it was not an insult to Hispanics or the Hispanic culture. Rather, it is actually the location where Kenya’s poorly constructed fix-a-flat booty augmentation was done.
I think she meant the one that rhymes with encyclopedia make-out. Phaedra is generally very kind to bloggers of all sorts. Now do we have a date for this baby birthin’?