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If you are my friend on Facebook, you know that I had a whole lot to say about Kenya Moore and Apollo’s conversation while on vacation on Real Housewives of Atlanta. For those of you who don’t, my opinion is that they didn’t have a damn thing to say to one another…period!
If I don’t like a woman for whatever reason, but namely because there were rumors that my man had “something” going on with her, hell no, he can’t be friends with her. Above all that, I find it very disrespectful for a Kenya to wait until Phaedra wasn’t around to have a one on one conversation with Apollo. She knew where Phaedra stood on the situation and if she wanted to “clear things up” with Apollo, she have had that conversation with BOTH him and his wife. The whole situation was shady and please understand that I think Apollo was just as wrong and disrespectful. Actually his ass has been a WHOLE lot of disrespectful all season long but that’s another blog post for another day.
Recently, Tamar Braxton spoke on her feelings about Kenya, her conversation with Apollo and women who don’t respect your relationship on the Russ Parr Morning Show. This is what she had to say:
“I do think there were several ratchet moments, but the one that sticks out to me the most was Ms. Kenya, I’m not talking about Kenya per se, but just any woman who feels like it’s ok to have somebody’s husband and have a conversation with them one on one. And try to be friends with him and not the wife. That right there is slap nation moment, ok?
“I’m sorry. I feel like I have to read all the Kenyas of the world who just be trying it and then come to the face of the wife and be like, ‘You need to ask him. I think he need to speak for himself.’ No hoe! I’ma speak for you, me and him! That’s my man.
“I don’t like that stuff. You know, I’m real protective of my Teddy Ruxpin. And I wish somebody would try me like that! I just feel like she tried Phaedra like that because she felt like she could. Now she wouldn’t try NeNe like that. See what I’m trying to say?”
I think Tamar was on point and Kenya knew who she could try that with and who she couldn’t. I get Phaedra trying to be cool and use her “words” with Kenya but sometimes, just sometimes, you have to slap the hell out of a chick who doesn’t understand english. Maybe if Phaedra slapped Kenya’s ass back to the days of “Gone with the Wind,” her wanna be fabulous ass would leave Apollo alone!
Do you think that it’s acceptable for women to want to be “friends” with your man and not you?
Should Apollo have had a conversation with Kenya after his wife voiced her opinions of Kenya to him?
Do you think Apollo’s behavior was disrespectful?
Was Kenya disrespectful?