Bravotv.com: Were you surprised when Porsha said she was not dating an older African man?
Claudia Jordan: No, but I really don't want to be asked to speak on her anymore. I really and truly do not care. She's not in my circle. I don't really know any women outside of the other Housewives that hang with her, and I couldn't care less. The only reason it was ever brought up was to show the hypocrisy of some of the ladies. I made my point and kept it moving. I hope I'm beyond clear.
Bravotv.com: Who do you think is the shadiest?
CJ: I think everyone in this group has the potential on any given day to be shady as hell...myself included. It's a gift and a curse! But I didn't say much in Part 2, because I am trying my best to stay out of arguments that don't concern me if I don't need to refer to them to prove a point. So I sat back, chilled, and enjoyed the fireworks and stayed out of the line of fire. Plus no one needed my help or co-signing -- girls were getting read left and right without my assistance, so there was no need for me to offer up my opinion on things that had nothing to do with me. I think I did well exercising self-control!
Bravotv.com: What was the most shocking moment to you from Part 2?
CJ: Shocking? After being around these ladies these past ten months, nothing shocks me. Shoot... What's shocking is when there is peace and folks actually exercise good manners and positivity in front of everyone. Catch it!
Thanks again to all the fans of the show. I was just in St. Thomas for Carnival, and I was shooting a magazine cover and a music video for the reggae artist, Pressure, and I had such a good time! So many people approached me at Carnival who are fans of #RHOA. So I just wanted to say thank you to them all! I'm including a few pictures. Please follow me on Instagram and Twitter @claudiajordan, and my website is www.TheRealClaudiaJordan.com.