Cast Blog: #RHOA

Let It Go

Kandi doesn't think her comments about Kim were a big deal.

Well I was so excited about The Kandi Factory airing that I didn’t really put too much thought into this weeks episode of RHOA. I’m sick of this whole black baby drama. In my blog last week I already stated my opinion and what I meant about my statements regarding Kim. This week it still hasn’t changed. I don’t think Kim would’ve gone, and I don’t see her at the orphanage. It has nothing to do with the children being black, I just don’t see her there. It doesn’t matter if the orphanage was in Africa or Asia, I just don’t see it and I really don’t see what the big deal was about what I said.

I don’t know why Sheree made it into this race issue. Sitting there going back and forth with them at the lunch was frustrating and pointless to me. Sheree was sticking with her story about the black baby comment, and she already had Kim sucked into it. So after going back and forth so long, it was easier just to let it go. They didn’t get nor did they want to understand my point of view. Of course Kim is going to say she would’ve gone. No one wants to look bad or come off as insensitive. At the end of the day the whole thing was blown out of proportion, and I don’t think it was a big enough deal to cause a falling out with Kim and Sheree.

Side note, I don’t know why, but I was not feeling the scene where Kim was talking to her landlord/interior designer about her keeping Riley when A.J passed. I mean my daughter has spent the night at her house plenty times. Was there any reason she had to go on about that occasion? And when she said to Kim, “Well you held that little black baby,” as she referred to my daughter, I was thinking, “Bitch, don’t go there!” I was heated. Seriously, don’t even bring my daughter’s name up when you’re trying to make a point about a negative subject. I will let your ass have it in the worst way. Y’all haven’t seen that side of me, and hopefully you never will, but putting my daughter’s name out there will definitely bring it out!

OK, on to the positive. Thanks to everyone that watched Kandi Factory! I appreciate your support!

Much love,
Kandi

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