We’re here for next week’s ‘RHOA’ showdown: Kandi Burruss vs. Porsha Williams

Porsha Williams (photo credit @porsha4real IG)
Porsha Williams (photo credit @porsha4real IG)

Rumors of threesomes, golden showers and infidelity bring a new level of drama to RHOA

This season of RHOA has been especially juicy. If you thought the girls from Atlanta were losing their petty card, you were wrong. In fact, this season takes things to a whole new level of piping hot tea with mentions of divorce, domestic violence, threesomes, and golden showers. Yasssss, hunty. The girls from Atlanta are looking to secure their spots for next season with the most drama we’ve seen in years.

Earlier this season, Phaedra accused Kandi of being bisexual and having threesomes with husband Todd and a mutual girlfriend. Porsha played coy, but fed into the drama. No one was buying Porsha’s innocent act, especially Kenya Moore, who outed her as a participant in the extreme sport of golden showers. All this after Kandi spilled the beans on Phaedra’s pre-divorce behavior, claiming the southern belle was fooling around on Apollo long before his prison sentence began. Say it ain’t so, Miz Phaedra/

Tonight’s episode was the set up for next week’s showdown between Kandi and Porsha. I’m loving seeing Kandi clap back on some of her castmates, because in year’s past she opted not to get involved. Maybe her focus was getting married, (making her a legitimate housewife, unlike the rest of the cast) and getting her baby boy here, because now Kandi appears ready to keep the other ladies on their toes.

Besides Kandi’s nerves being plucked, we learned that Phaedra has a new line of t-shirts with her self-affirming slogan #fixitJesus. It may be too late for Miz Phaedra to be calling on Jesus, but nonetheless, her commercial hustle is undeniable. We also learned Sheree is preparing to debut a romance novel, based on her life, starring ex-husband Bob Whitfield. I’m not sure if that’s something I’d want to fantasize about, but only time will tell. True to her newfound pettiness, Sheree dug up old castmate Marlo Hampton just in time for mid-season drama. Marlo looked as fashion forward as ever, but came aiming for Kenya’s head this go round. Cynthia continued lamenting her divorce from ex-husband/club owner Peter Thomas.  While we love looking at Cynthia’s many hair and wardrobe changes, we’re over the woe is me divorce storyline. I’m sure everyone is ready to see Cynthia get a new boo. (Preferably one that matches her fly)

Cynthia continued lamenting her divorce from ex-husband/club owner Peter Thomas. While we love looking at Cynthia’s many hair and wardrobe changes, we’re over the woe is me divorce storyline. I’m sure everyone is ready to see Cynthia get a new boo. (Preferably one that matches her fly.)

Kenya Moore delivered an entirely new Lifetime TV-esque storyline, accusing her on again off again boyfriend Matt Jordan of domestic abuse. If Matt really did spray paint the cameras at Moore Manor and bust the windows out Kenya’s car, then we suggest Kenya call the Atlanta Police Department instead of seeking pity from Kandi and her ex-nemesis Phaedra. Kandi suggested Kenya call the police, but Phaedra offered a syrupy sweet prayer ending with “in Jesus name.” I’m surprised Kenya didn’t gag on Phaedra’s phoniness or at least trip on her way out of the office.

Anywho … we’ll be tuned in next week to hear more sexual accusations from Kandi and Porsha. Regardless of how this goes down, I’d be willing to bet both have some amazing after dark stories to tell. Don’t you think?

 

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Christal Jordan
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The principal behind Enchanted Branding & PR, a premier entertainment agency based in Atlanta. She also is a media trainer/ consultant and pop culture analyst. Self-proclaimed feminist and equestrian-in-training. You can see more of Christal on her website http:musiclivelifeshow.com



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