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Kim didn't appreciate Cynthia and Kandi's comments about her during the Africa trip.

Tonight's episode really aggravated me. So I have a lot to say!

The ladies went to Africa, and because KJ was so young (2-months-old at the time) and Kroy was away at camp I obviously didn't go.

NeNe mentioned that I am materialistic and superficial, which I found funny coming from someone who says she is "very rich." I love my Louis Vuitton, I love my YSL, and I will STILL die in Dior, but never have I boasted and made displays of my items in hotel rooms. I am very blessed and grateful to have what I have. I never take my things for granted, or the things I’ve been granted will get taken away.

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Nothing in Common But Sex
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Cynthia and Kandi seemed to think I wouldn't attend the Africa trip because NeNe would stop me and I wouldn't want to hold African children. Although Cynthia made the initial comment, Kandi co-signed, so she's just as guilty in my eyes. You are supposed to be my friend, why are you agreeing with a hater? If Kandi believes I wouldn't go to an African orphanage, then she doesn't truly know me. I love children and always have. I love to take care of people, which is why I went to nursing school. Kandi says I am germaphobic, and yes, I like my house clean, and no, I didn't want people around KJ his first few months, etc. But let's be honest, as a nurse I have wiped many asses in my time, suctioned people, and held a basin when they were vomiting, so forgive me for being educated on all the germs that are out there, but there is nothing that a little hand washing can't fix. "Germs" have never prevented me from holding a sick child, an adult's hand, or walking into a less that sanitary place. End of story.
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Kandi Said What?
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In my eyes children in need are children in need. I have said this before, and I will say it till I die, I DON'T SEE COLOR, not with women, men, children, or adults. What they said was ignorant and rude. I do not need to explain that I am not a racist, because the people who know me know my heart.

I embrace all races, and if I didn't, I wouldn't be a cast member of The Real Housewives of Atlanta. Need I say more?

To be continued...
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Going Home
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