The Real Housewives Of Atlanta, or RHOA, were as deflective as ever in part two of the reunion. Where is the accountability?
The Real Housewives Of Atlanta, or RHOA, wrapped up part two of their reunion show on Sunday night. While there are many tidbits that could have been taken from the episode, there was one theme that stood out more than any others.
This was a theme that is supposed to surround the whole concept of these types of “reunion” shows, which is to hold cast members and others accountable for the things they’ve done or said, or at least that’s what the hope is. That was not the case on Sunday night, well, at least for everyone except Cynthia Bailey-Hill.
Cynthia was grilled about her wedding, taking the blow of “mean tweets” one after another. You have to respect her for that, because she was the only one.
When it comes to Kenya Moore and while she may have a point about the other women not actually wanting to bring their kids with them on the, now infamous, South Carolina trip, she can’t answer it the way she did. While she acted as if though she was taking responsibility for how it looked, she then proceeded to blame the other women for not taking the liberty.
Let’s dive a bit deeper there though.