After giving us quite possibly the most unforgettable party, trip, and episode in the history of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Cynthia Bailey's bachelorette party performer Michael "Bolo" Bolwaire dished all about the dungeon-themed festivities during the February 28 Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen After Show.
Host Andy Cohen welcomed "the infamous Bolo," as he put it, to the WWHL After Show, reuniting him (virtually) with Cynthia for the first time since her bachelorette party during the RHOA Season 13 girls' trip to Isle of Palms, South Carolina (clip below).
Bolo opened up a little bit about the man behind that all-Chanel outfit, sharing that he has been performing for about 12 years. "Yeah, I've been doing it for a while, so the new spark is almost giving me the extra push again in my career," he said during the WWHL After Show. "I've been doing it for a long time, so you've still got to be Michael when you go home. So, it takes its toll on you after a while."
Cynthia told Bolo how much she appreciated him making her bachelorette party one that neither she nor any of the other RHOA ladies will ever forget.
"Hi, Bolo. I hope all is well with you, and I just wanted to say thank you so much for helping Kandi [Burruss] make my bachelorette party probably the biggest — no pun intended — and most epic bachelorette party of all time. Like, I literally have friends calling me who are married saying, 'I want to get divorced so I can get married again and have a bachelorette party with Bolo and have Kandi throw it,'" Cynthia said during the WWHL After Show. "So, all the ladies had a great time, and I appreciate you going above and beyond to make sure we had fun."
Bolo told Cynthia, "I appreciate you," also adding his gratitude for Kandi and DonJuan Clark, the general manager of Kandi Koated Entertainment, with whom he previously worked on Kandi's Welcome to the Dungeon Tour before they organized his performance at Cynthia's bachelorette party. "I appreciate Kandi and DonJuan for putting it together, because they're real big on, if they know of something, they're definitely gonna put me in the loop on it," Bolo said. "They just throw the hell out of a party, like straight up. They do. They throw the hell out of a party."
Even though Bolo made quite an impact on everyone in the room at Cynthia's bachelorette party that night, as well as all of the fans watching at home, he revealed during the WWHL After Show that he actually has yet to see the episode, which made Andy exclaim, "But you were the star of the episode!"
Bolo replied, "I do get that, but I've got other stuff to be taking care of. I hear about it afterwards. As far as watching the show, no, I didn't watch it. I was there. What the hell I need to watch it for?"
"Yeah, well, you sure were," Andy said in response.
When it comes to how full Bolo's DM inbox was after this episode of RHOA aired, he said that he's "used to that attention," having "done a couple of different projects" in the past, including appearing in the 2015 movie Chocolate City. However, Bolo admitted that his OnlyFans has really taken off since appearing on RHOA. "It's doing pretty good," he told Andy. "Yeah, it's doing a lot better than it was two or three weeks ago."
"You're welcome," Cynthia said in response with a laugh.
Bolo has even bigger plans for the future. "I do a little bit of everything. Like I said, I'm Bolo two days a week," he said. "I like to keep my hands in a little bit of everything, as far as business ventures and stuff like that."
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