When it comes to RHOA Kandi and Kyle Richards have a lot in common. Both of them seem a bit more sensitive to social media criticisms than their housewives counter parts. In her blog this week, Kandi defends herself against Twitter folks who think she is “two-faced .” Basically, her point is she really isn’t close to anyone Nene or Claudia so she really sees the humor in everyone going in on each other.
Kandi shares that Claudia’s read went on much longer that the brief clips we saw and that Claudia read Nene for filth. Kandi just seems to find the whole Real Housewives of Atlanta thing amusing. Perhaps it is that attitude that led to the fallout between Kandi and Phaedra? Kandi and Phaedra have always been pretty much ride or die. I’m trying to find out what happened but I have a feeling that Phaedra sided with her husband and took Apollo’s side in the breakup. Friends are always forced to choose sides when there is a breakup. I’m trying to contact Source to see if they know the tea. It’s been a while since I asked a question so maybe I’ll have some tea soon.:)
I love the picture above. Kandi was still friends with Phaedra in Puerto Rico. Perhaps the revelations to come about “Mr.Chocolate ” was the turning point? Sympathy for Apollo may have been the issue.
From Kandi’s blog…
Yes, I did feel like Claudia got the best of NeNe in the argument, because there was a lot that was said. Every time NeNe had something to say, Claudia had a comeback for it. It was funny and hilarious, and Claudia just seemed to be saying the things that everybody has at one point wanted to say, but probably never did. The reason why I say everybody is because I look at the blogs, I see the tweets, and there have been a lot of times that people over the years have said, “Why didn’t you say that?” Or “Somebody needs to tell her this!” Or “Somebody should do that!” So all the things that people have said on Twitter that someone should have said to NeNe, Claudia said that day. And it was hilarious to me.
I see people have been tweeting me saying, “Oh you’re two-faced” — no I’m not two-faced, because I really don’t have a very close relationship with either one of them. Both of them are cool, but I just don’t have a close relationship with either one. So if one of them says something funny, I’m going to laugh, I’m sorry. You can be mad all you want to, but if Claudia says something funny, I’m going to laugh, if NeNe says something funny I’m going to laugh — I don’t owe either one of them anything. So it is what it is.
Some people felt like NeNe got the best of Claudia in the argument, but I didn’t feel that way. For one that argument was even longer than what you guys got a chance to see. But on top of that I felt that sometimes it seems when NeNe gets frustrated or upset with someone, her go-to thing is to talk about is, “You’re broke, I have more money than you,” so I was used to that, it was nothing new to me. But the stuff that Claudia was saying was funny and she was very calm about it. I’m not a good arguer; I wish I could be as quick on my feet as NeNe and Claudia are. I’m not quick on my feet like that when it comes to going back and forth with somebody. I get angry, and sometimes it gets all out of hand for me, but for them they’re good at just going back and forth with their words. I don’t know if that’s a good thing or not, because I know NeNe has said she says things that she regrets later. But it’s of course better than someone getting violent; they just fought with words, and it was amusing.