‘RHOA’s’ Cynthia Bailey has several men in ‘rotation’ … including Peter?

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Cynthia Bailey, a star on the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” announced that she does not wear a saddle on her back, so she is not going to let the fans ride her back about her current dating situation.

Bailey, whose love life has been dissected like a frog due to questions about its authenticity, boldly proclaimed that she’s seeing several men at this time, and that includes ex-husband Peter Thomas.

Bailey has been seen on the “RHOA” show this season hanging out romantically with Will Jones on screen, but she surprised her fans when she said he’s not the only man in her life.

In a recent interview with Bravo’s “Daily Dish,” the former supermodel proclaimed that she has several men in rotation:

I am dating, and with dating, I’m not just dating one person because for me, that’s not really dating then. That’s just almost having, like, a boyfriend. I’m not saying I’m dating 60 guys. It’s only a couple of guys that I have in my little rotation,” Cynthia said before breaking out in laughter. 

But I like Will. I like Will a lot, and I see him the most because he has home court advantage.”

Perhaps it is good that Bailey announced her single status since there are rumors swirling about Atlanta that Jones has a girlfriend on the low.

As for Bailey’s relationship with ex-husband Thomas, they are divorced, but Bailey insists that they remain on friendly terms.

I kind of do this thing where if things don’t work with my exes, I kind of make them still be friends with me. I don’t know why I do that, but I just do. I feel like we were friends before we were anything else, and I feel like we can [go back to being] friends, because that’s how we started,” she said. 

I’m the same way with [daughter] Noelle [Robinson]’s dad [Leon Robinson]. We’re friends. I mean, I won’t list my list of exes, but I’m cool with all the people that have touched my life in some way, and Peter’s no different. I basically made him be my friend, and we’re doing good. We’re doing good. I think, you know, like I said, we both have moved on, and we’re in a good, friendly space.”


Terry Shropshire
Terry Shropshire

A military veteran and Buckeye State native, I've written for the likes of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Atlanta Business Chronicle and the Detroit Free Press. I'm a lover of words, photography, books, travel, animals and The Ohio State Buckeyes. #GoBucks

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