Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Cynthia Bailey is calling out cast mate Kenya Moore on her lies from last night’s episode. She says SHE was the one who invited Kenya to the Bailey agency, and Kenya’s security did NOT kick Carlton out of the casting. She also explains that while Kenya was describing what happened to Phaedra and Kandi, she was disappointed with their reactions. Read what Cynthia said below!
Cynthia writes: “It was Nene’s idea to not make the party just about her own success, and to make it a celebration for all the successful women in our circle. I loved it! At least for one afternoon the girls would get all dolled up, sip champagne, and celebrate each other. The party was a huge success, the ladies were stunning and positive affirmation filled the air. However, there were a couple of bumps in the road:
KenyaÂ tellingÂ PhaedraÂ andÂ KandiÂ thatÂ JETÂ magazine asked her to be a judge at The Bailey Agency.
Cynthia — that’s the first lie. I invited Kenya to The Bailey Agency, and had I not she would have not been there, period. Out of the kindness of my heart I askedÂ JETÂ if they would mind if she joined us. While they weren’t exactly jumping up and down about it, I got them to agree to let her come.
Tip: Never tell a lie that you will definitely get caught in. Especially if the truth will eventually play out on national television.
Sidebar: No one has the authority to invite anyone to do anything at The Bailey Agency without my approval. EVERYTHING has to go through me first since it is my school.
Kenya telling Phaedra and Kandi that her security kicked Carlton (my assistant) out of The Bailey Agency.
Cynthia — And that would be the second lie. The man at the school with Kenya approached Carlton, we all had words, and he was told to have a seat. That’s exactly what he did. End of story.
Sidebar: I had no idea that guy was her bodyguard . I just assumed he was a family member who just came along with her for the car ride.
Extra sidebar: It was a bit disappointing to watch Kandi and Phaedra faces light up with so much joy when Kenya was berating me at their first lunch. Their facial expressions were irreplaceable and unforgettable.
I adore VanessaÂ Williams, we actually have many friends in common. I called her to ask for advice and help with my pageant. She was so gracious, positive, and excited to assist me in any way she could. Her love and support wer very validating, and meant the world to me! It was such an honor to get personal counsel from the first African American woman to be crowned Miss America. I am inspired by her strength, talent, kindness,and generosity. Much continued success to you and your amazing career. You are the queens of queens!
Sidebar: I am still looking forwardÂ to lunch with you the next time I’m in New York City.”
Tell Us- Whose side are you on, Cynthia or Kenya?
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