The drama between Cynthia Bailey and Porsha Williams we saw during Sunday night's episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta is not one we will soon forget. When the dust finally settled, it was hard to tell who was really at fault for the way things escalated.
Though Kenya Moore isn't choosing sides in this feud, she doesn't think Cynthia's reaction wasn't the best. "They were both wrong. I do believe Cynthia overreacted to Porsha," Kenya wrote on Instagram before noting that, "Yes, I believe Cynthia was right to defend herself."
Though Kenya and Porsha have had their fair share of heated arguments in the past, the former beauty queen served as something of a peacemaker between these two during the episode, even if she ultimately doesn't think both parties seemed genuinely sorry when Cynthia and Porsha hugged it out. "My sincere effort was to bring them back together and BOTH apologize for what they each did," Kenya wrote. "Only one apology was made. You can bring a horse to the water but you can't make them drink."
Ultimately, Kenya believes there needs to be some ownership of responsibility in what did transpire between Cynthis and Porsha. "You will never win every battle," she wrote. "You just have to be accountable for yourself, forgive others and move on."
For her part, Porsha didn't say much about the spat on Twitter Sunday night, although she did reaffirm her friendship with Cynthia after the two made up during the episode.
RHOA newbie Kim Fields couldn't wait for all of the drama between these two to end.
NeNe Leakes also commented on Cynthia and Porsha's misunderstanding during her appearance on Watch What Happens Live Sunday night. "Honestly, I don't know whose fault it is," NeNe told Andy Cohen. "I don't think Porsha said the B-word in an offensive way when I first saw it, and I think Porsha took it to another level. So I feel like they both have a lot of blame in there."
Check out NeNe's full reaction to the conflict in the clip, below.