Cast Blog: #RHOA

Kandi Heats up the Hot Tub

Kandi couldn't help but laugh about Phaedra's hot tub fears.

Since I didn’t blog last week, I’ll just give my thoughts on both last week and this week’s episodes.

The trip to Anguilla was gorgeous! I loved it and I am sooo glad Todd surprised me and came along. I really didn’t think he was going to make it. It would have sucked to have to go to a beautiful island like Anguilla and be alone while everyone else had their significant other.

Well, I didn’t know Kenya very well prior to the trip, but I think I learned a few things along the way. She has a flirtatious personality. Some of the things that she was saying and doing to other men I thought crossed the line for someone who supposedly wanted to be proposed to on that trip. The whole time I kept thinking, “Wow, Walter isn’t bothered by some of this?” Like her flirting with the two men at the party or her bending over in front of Peter, etc. Well, I just came to the assumption that maybe it’s just harmless flirting and Walter already knows and understands that’s just her personality. But even though Walter may understand, Phaedra definitely didn’t. Phaedra does not play about her husband, and she let it be known. LOL!

Moving right along. OK, so last week when I saw Phaedra talk about not getting in the Jacuzzi because she didn’t know who else had been in there doing who knows what, I cracked up! Well, as you see on this week’s episode, Todd and I did have a little fun in the Jacuzzi. LMAO! So you can imagine what I was thinking when I heard her say she was afraid to catch bacterial vaginosis in the Jacuzzi. I was like, oh no! Now I’m going to look like the nasty chick she’s afraid of. Oh well! Sometimes you’ve got to live a little.

I want to give it up to Peter for remarrying Cynthia on the beach and making it a surprise. That was amazing! Love was definitely in the air for all of us.
OK, so now the drama. I wasn’t there for the argument with Kenya and Porsha. I’m glad I wasn’t. That one got really ugly. That was too much! If NeNe didn’t jump in the middle do y’all think that argument would’ve turned physical? Hmm…


Well, I’ll catch you next week! Follow me on Twitter @Kandi and go to www.BedroomKandi.com and get some gifts for you friends!

Much Love,
Kandi

Phaedra: I Do What's Best for My Children

Phaedra Parks responds to criticism over not bringing her children to see Apollo.

Bravotv.com: Did you ever get to see NeNe perform in Cinderella?
Phaedra Parks: I most certainly did see NeNe on Broadway, and she was absolutely fantastic, as you would expect. Her performance was dazzling and I was particularly impressed with how she made the role her own. It can be difficult to portray such a well-known character, let alone add your own style and flair to such an established role. One of the best parts of watching NeNe on stage was seeing her so happy; she was enjoying every minute of it and was absolutely glowing. I’m looking forward to seeing whatever is next for my friend.

Bravotv.com: You’re getting some criticism for not taking the kids to see Apollo; why haven’t you taken them?
PP: Despite the fact that I’m on a reality show, there are some things in my life that are off-limits. People who watch the show only get one slice of the entire Phaedra pie, and it’s unfair to make judgments about someone, or a situation, without having all the information. The one thing I will say is that every single decision I make is based on one thing: the well-being of my two boys. It’s easy for people to ask why she did that or why she isn’t doing this, but the simple truth is unless you are in that situation yourself, you really can’t make that judgment. I do my best to make smart decisions after carefully considering all options and consulting with experts and others who advise me. I know in my heart that everything I do is based on what is best for my children.

 
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