Sheree Whitfield

Get Sheree's take on the dysfunctional girls' weekend.

on Jan 31, 2011

Lets just jump right into it! These last two weeks have been full of drama, and I'm sure quite draining to watch. 

Watching the bus tour was absolutely crazy! I am happy to have been far, far, far away from that! 

As I was watching I was trying to figure out how or why the argument escalated to the level that it did. NeNe stated that she didn't like the way that Kim speaks to Sweetie, but in her next breath she turns right around to demean and belittle Sweetie by calling her a slave! OK, wow! Then there was the fact that Sweetie and Don Juan were supposed to stay at the house and that seemed to bother her more. Why?  Who cares if they stayed as long as it didn't interfere with what she had planned (if anything) for her friend Cynthia's weekend? The house certainly had enough rooms for them to stay. Or was it the fact that Kim mentioned her brief stint on the news station was only an internship?  Whatever it was, it seemed to be a lot deeper than any of those things to be able to trigger so much hate, venom, and bitterness. Just my opinion! 

We were so excited for the girls to finally arrive in Miami. I'm picturing fun, sun, and lots of laughter...NOT!  The moment they got off the bus we heard yelling and threats! The weekend continued with yelling, name calling, threats, disrespect, anger, negativity, and tension... for four days! You guys saw the very short version! Imagine what you saw and think four days of that and then some! Because of that, it turned out to be a miserable trip full of negativity and anger! Because NeNe was mad at Kim, she expected everyone else to be mad. And when we were not (because we have nothing to do with their argument) she and Cynthia pretty much separated themselves from everyone.  So, us girls tried to make the most of it. Watching her try to convince Cynthia to leave was low! Someone seemed to have forgotten who and what this trip was about. Sometimes you have to be the bigger person and take yourself out of the equation. That to me was pretty selfish and pathetic. I was happy she decided to stay despite everything. After all, we were there for her and no one wanted her to leave.