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Cynthia: I Felt Like It Was in Poor Taste
Cynthia Bailey explains why she walked out on the ladies.
Bravotv.com: How did you feel about your talk with Porsha on the trolley?
Cynthia Bailey: It was on my heart to have a one on one with Porsha on the trolley in San Francisco because I felt compelled to try to help her get to a place of being open to listening and receiving some of the issues that some of the ladies were having with her, and not be defensive or feel attacked. I also had a similar conversation with NeNe. After the confrontation between her and NeNe, I attempted to get both of the ladies in an open minded and peaceful frame of mind to talk, be cordial, and move on. My goal was to assist in resolving the situation without getting too involved or over stepping, because only NeNe and Porsha truly know what broke down their friendship and how deep the wounds are.
Bravotv.com: What did you think of the wedding the ladies staged for Kenya?
I had no idea that the ladies were planning a secret surprise wedding for Kenya behind my back. Had I known, I would have not wanted to be involved and would have definitely told Kenya, because I wouldn’t want her to be blindsided. So yes, the ladies were 100 percent right to leave me out of it. Thank goodness Kenya has a great sense of humor and just laughed and went with it. I was excited to finally be her bridesmaid! The wedding was hilarious and everyone had a great time.
Bravotv.com: Why did you decide to walk out on the ladies when they were talking about Kenya's marriage?
I decided to walk out of the dinner when the ladies were talking about Kenya’s wedding, because I felt like it was going in a negative direction and being made a mockery of – all behind her back. Even after Kenya was a good sport about the fake wedding they threw her! I was being asked a lot questions about Kenya’s wedding and new husband that I didn’t have answers to. Questions that only Kenya could answer. I got upset and emotional. Not to mention that Kenya had just literally left us to go bury her grandmother, the only mother that she has ever known. I felt like it was just too much, and in poor taste.
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