February 21st, 2011
02:38 PM ET
So much for "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" going out with a bang.
About the most exciting thing to come out of the Georgia peaches' gathering was the revelation that Fakedra is considering going into the funeral home business. Kandi and the sex toys I get, but dead people, Phaedra?
That came amidst the continued NeNe versus Kim showdown where the former tried to get louder than the latter. I am convinced that NeNe's strategy of bullying is to just keep raising her volume until the other person just can't take it anymore. At this point, I'm as over the whole "Sweetie is a slave" debacle as I am the frenemies storyline, and I hope Kim and NeNe have finally reached the point of agreeing to just go on with their lives and leave each other alone.
The one person who has reason to have beef with Kim is clearly more hurt than angry. Kandi got a little emotional over the whole drama regarding her songwriting for Kim and the money issue. Kim clearly believes that as the singer, she is entitled to the lion's share of the loot, but she wouldn't have a hit if it weren't for Kandi.
I also feel bad for Kandi because it seems her daughter's father still hasn't stepped up to take a more active role in Riley's life. It was nice to see the other ladies be supportive of her, because just like with the Kim issue, it is apparent that Kandi is one of those people who just wants to see everyone get along and have things go smoothly.
Speaking of baby's daddies, Fakedra sort of came clean about her due date in a convoluted way. Apparently she may have been a teeny bit pregnant before she and Apollo married, but she was supposedly too busy worrying about whether the baby was healthy to be able to come clean about her due date. Yeah, I'm not sure what one thing has to do with the other either.
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