Heartbroken for Kandi

Cynthia opens up about her teary talk with Kandi.

Hello guys and welcome back!

Here we come, Savannah! I know the bus ride got off to a shaky start, but we do eventually make it to Savannah with our weaves intact!

For the record, all of the ladies were late to NeNe's (some later than others). Yes, as Kenya pointed out, she was the first one to twirl in. I arrived after Kenya, and because I am usually on time (if not the first one to arrive), I was well received and got a late pass. Let's be clear, being 2 or 3 hours late on a consistent basis is disrespectful. Where they do that at?

As you guys could see for yourselves, when Kandi came over to visit me, she was just an emotional wreck. It broke my heart to see her cry her eyes out over the conflict between her man, mother, and friend. I know how it feels to be in love with a man and for whatever reason not have the full support of your family. I can relate and connect with Kandi regarding this situation.

I made every effort to show Kandi love and support by giving her the only advice a grown woman could give another grown woman. If you love Todd and want to marry him, then you owe it to yourself to sit down with your mother and work it out. Mother to daughter and woman to woman. Be respectful, but stand strong! Kandi is the only one that can turn this around, and I am confident that she will. There is no doubt in my mind that there will be a wedding, and Miss Joyce will be front and center.


Thank you all for watching! I appreciate all of you. Trust me there is more drama to come! Make sure you tune in every Sunday night at 8/7c. Only on Bravo!


Love you guys!
Cynthia Bailey


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