It's time for our weekly dose of insanity — here's what went down with Kenya Moore on Season 5, Episode 8 of The Real Housewives of Atlanta. Let's do this!
Too Late to Apologize
Even though Kenya twirled out of her fight with Porsha Stewart last week, she was still in a tizzy over Porsha’s name calling and crown snatching.
But enough of the ladies. As the trip was winding down, Kenya kept her eyes on the man prize: Walter. As she told Walter of the fight though, he couldn’t have cared less, so long as it didn’t interfere with his beachside bromance.
The next day, hoping to smooth things over before her wedding day (!), she called all the ladies in to say sorry for the nightcap antics. Throughout her whole speech, we were still waiting for the real apology, because it just looked like she was gearing up for another fight.
Vanessa, Vanessa, Vanessa!
We didn’t have to wait long for that, because at their beachside brunch, Kenya was sniffing for some more drama with Cynthia Bailey. She pulled out a signed copy of Vanessa Williams’ new book (what is she, Vanessa’s publicist?!) in an effort to “educate” Cynthia on the model’s history. Cynthia brushed over it at the table and settled back into husband Peter’s arms, right in front of a still single Kenya. Point Cynthia.
But after drinks, the two took a little walk on the beach, and got a little heated talking again about their disagreement at the Bailey Agency’s open call. Thankfully, after a playful roll in the sand, the two managed to bury the hatchet. We hope.
The Last Supper
While all the other pairs were loved up at their final dinner, Kenya and Walter were not on the same page. Not even in the same book, or in the same library. All the ladies are sharing their adorable engagement stories while she just sat there and stewed, still ringless. Even though no one but Kenya thought she was getting engaged, it was more than a little sad to watch her delusional face fall, especially since her supposed fiance was doing absolutely nothing to make her feel better.
Thoroughly humiliated, Kenya slinked away to cry among the Anguillan flora, under one dramatic lamp post, giving an Oscar-worthy performance of “damsel in distress.” Phaedra Parks ran after the girl and did her best comforting, telling her that all men are dogs, but Kenya just walked away looking a lot like a puppy with her tail between her legs.
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