You love them, I love them. You can’t stand them, I can’t stand them. But for whatever reason, we always find ourselves tuned in every season for Real Housewives of Atlanta. They’re currently filming but we’ve got to wonder how much greater the ladies would be if they took some of the following advice…
I’m not sure about the rest of you but PhaePhae was actually my favorite last season. I’d just like her to remember that sometimes she can turn that nose of hers down a little bit and get off the high horse she created for herself. I mean, because “everybody knows” that when you try to act better than everyone, your chickens come home to roost rather quickly (i.e., the book that came which alleges you’ve done your share of dirt – you know, the one you’re suing over). We love you though! Mmmmhmm.
So much to say, Cynthia. Every week we all find ourselves yelling at you through our screens. “Cynthia, get your own mind and stop running behind Nene!” “Cynthia, your husband is a jerk – don’t you see that?” “Cynthia, tell you mother and sister to mind their business!” “Cynthia, your mother and sister are making sense!” Here’s the thing, girl: you always look like a deer caught in headlights. You’ve got to get a clue because you let people run all over you. This is not what we want for you; we want to root for you but you’ve got to give us more.
Two things, Kim: (1) Be good to Kroy because he seems to be a good man and (2) stop being “besties” with your daughters. Let me tell you, that Brielle is way too grown for 15 years old. The conversations you have with her are inappropriate and teaches her nothing besides how to be as unladylike as you appear. That said, we wish you well in your marriage.
Linnethia, we could probably go on all day about you. But we understand that you are of “new money” and don’t know how to act. For whatever reason, you seem to think that your RHOA, Glee and Apprentice checks put you in the same bracket with the Combses and Knowles-Carters. No ma’am. Stop being so mean to people because you think you have money because it truly does come and go. The next thing you know all you’ll have is that new nose and that funky attitude to get you by and…it just won’t be enough.
Ahhh, the fan favorite!! I love that Kandi is about her business and can truly take care of every one of the other mutha[bleeps] in this cast. But all I ask is that she be less of an instigator. Nene confirmed her “wealth” when they went to Miami and the moment Kandi got back to Atlanta and at Kim’s house, she made sure to make a joke of it. When it was brought to her attention, she tried to act like she wasn’t being messy. How about you don’t throw a rock and then hide your hand? Stand by it!
While it hasn’t been confirmed by Andy Cohen that former Miss America Kenya Moore is joining the RHOA case, she pretty much confirmed it in Sister 2 Sister when she said she’s joining a show that is an established brand and she’ll be spending time between Los Angeles and Atlanta but “mostly Atlanta. Wink Wink.” So assuming she’s part of the cast, I say this to you, Kenya: I think YOU should be the one to be the one who finds the super wealthy man and luxuriates in the lifestyle that all the rest (except Kandi) can only dream of having. Sure, have your charity and represent women in a positive image (she says that’s why she feels compelled to do a show) but get out there and catch a big fish! Also, you’ve just enough attitude and a whole lot of pretty to make Linnethia completely jealous of you which will be VERY entertaining.
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