Cynthia Bailey of The Real Housewives of Atlanta was spotted at the African Pride Beauty Suite with her hubby Peter Thomas and sister Malorie Bailey-Massey during the 2012 Essence Music Festival in New Orleans last week.
As you know, Bailey seemed to grow a few balls during the season 4 reunion special of RHOA and even added Marlo Hampton to her legendary friend contract by campaigning for the ex-cons return to the show.
Cynthia recently did an interview with Ebony where she revealed a few things about her castmates as well as her feelings about the popularity of Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta.
When asked about her feelings on Sheree’s departure from the show, Cynthia explains:
You know, this is our livelihood. This is how we work, so, regardless of whether or not I’m friendly with them, I know it’s a job for them. I never want to stop someone from getting a check.
Welp… that settles that.
Regarding her feelings about the ratchedness of Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta, Cynthia states:
The great thing about reality TV is that if something is a little too much for you and you just really feel like it’s not your thing, you don’t have to watch it. I think there’s an audience for all of these different shows.
Some people are going to relate to the ‘Housewives’ and some people are going to relate to ‘Love & Hip Hop,’ and some women are going to relate to ‘Basketball Wives.’ It’s all very individual. My opinion is that if I don’t feel comfortable watching, I just turn the channel. READ MORE
Cynthia watches… she ain’t foolin nobody!