Cynthia Bailey Responds to Jab: "I Love My House"
What's wrong with living in a re-gentrified 'hood, Phaedra?
The Real Housewives of Atlanta's Cynthia Bailey made it known to reporters that she won't be throwing up a "For Sale" sign on her front lawn in wake of co-star Phaedra Parks knocking her home for being located in a re-gentrified neighborhood.
"Cynthia lives in a re-gentrification zone, which is basically when they make the hood into the suburbs," Phaedra said after traveling to Cynthia's side of the tracks for a Mother's Day brunch. "It's not for me personally." Ouch.
When asked about the snarky comment, the model mom told Fancast, "At this point, because Phaedra insults me a lot, I wasn't that surprised. I just kind of expect it from her. But I do live in a re-gentrified neighborhood, and it's a really cool neighborhood. I love my house, and I don't really care what kind of neighborhood it's in as long as I'm happy."
The newlywed is living in bliss now, but admits tips from Kandi Koated Nights had no place in her home after hubby Peter took verbal swings at NeNe Leakes during the brunch for her marital problems.
"I had a word with him before, but that didn't work out, so I definitely had a word with him after," Cynthia explains. "And like I said in my blog, there were no Pop Rocks, Now or Laters, candied yams -- it was none of those raw sugar, powdered sugar going on in our bedroom that night after that brunch."
In case you're wondering, Kandi Burruss has one other sugary suggestion: Halls cough drops. And we're leaving it at that.