‘The Communication In Their Relationship Needs A Lot Of Work:’ Kenya Moore Weighs In On Peter And Cynthia’s Marital Woes
Most would agree after watching Sunday night’s episode of “Real Housewives of Atlanta” that Peter Thomas and Cynthia Bailey’s relationship needs work. But to be perfectly honest, what marriage doesn’t? In case you missed it, Cynthia and Peter became enthralled in a heated argument when he suggested that he get a man cave a.k.a., another apartment, that he could run to in order to find solace when things get tense at their Atlanta home. Cynthia, of course, wasn’t going for it, but who could blame her?
“Somebody needs an escape route to save our marriage,” Peter said, implying that a man cave would help to solve their problems.
“Married people don’t get a little bungalow across town that they can go to when they get mad at each other,” Cynthia retorted. “It doesn’t work like that. Next you’ll be like, ‘Well, let me just have a little hottie on the side to just take the pressure off you.”
Apparently we’re not the only ones who thought it was a bit odd that Peter would suggest such a thing. In her recent Bravo TV blog post, the couple’s co-star Kenya Moore weighed in on their discussion.
“What the hell? A married man of less than 5 years tells his wife he wants a man cave of his own in the form of an apartment across town!” exclaimed the former pageant queen. “Cynthia is a better woman than me. I imagine my response to that request would be to pack all of my husband’s belongings and throw him out on the curb where he should be for that kind of nonsense.”
While we don’t necessarily agree with Kenya’s over-the-top response, Peter does seem to be doing the ABSOLUTE most this season. Kenya went on to say that the couple could probably use some improvement in the communication department.
“Married men don’t get their own apartments ‘to escape’ their lives with their wives,” she continued. “That’s what the strip club is for. LOL! Seriously, marriage is for better or for worse. It appears that the communication in their relationship needs a lot of work. You cannot operate independently when you have a lifetime partnership and commitment with someone.”
“No, I’ve never been married but I have been in long-term relationships lasting longer than most marriages do. So yes, I do understand that communication and honesty is the foundation of ANY relationship. Bar none.”
No argument here Kenya. Communication is definitely key in any successful relationship.
What did you think of Peter’s request for a man cave?