Real Housewives of Atlanta Reunion Sneak Peek: Mama Joyce Gets Called Out & A Friendship Ends

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The ladies of The Real Housewives of Atlanta return tonight for part two of the reunion. Part two picks up at the aftermath of the Porsha Williams versus Kenya Moore showdown. 

Porsha was sent to exile island home and the women discuss the vicious attack. Get ready for the Kenya Moore gang up. Mama Joyce joins the women to reflect on the drama from this season and where she stands with her opinion of Kandi and Todd’s relationship. 

After part one of the reunion aired, viewers bombarded Bravo through social media and Bravo’s website with their opinions regarding the violent attack on Kenya Moore.

Some fans of the show excused Porsha’s actions claiming she was provoked by Kenya’s props and after a lot of pressure, Andy announced on Twitter: “It’s official – no more props at reunions.”

Cynthia and NeNe air out their issues from this season, which leads to an unexpected outcome. Cynthia explains to Nene she’s tired of being used by her and ready to call their friendship quits. Go Cynthia!

Mama Joyce joins the housewives on the couch to reconcile her withdrawals from the Bank of Kandi. She brags about the life of luxury she’s living,  all on Kandi’s dime. When Andy asked Mama Joyce, does she work, her response was:

“No, I don’t have to. Now let me get you straight…mama still got bonds, mama got a house that’s completely paid off and security and money in the bank…thank you very much! And mama got every kind of diamond that you can to think of …AMEN!” 

Then Kandi steps in and sets the record straight about her mother’s financial situation and their past problems. Kandi explains how Mama Joyce had credit cards in her name which Kandi had no knowledge of. And Mama Joyce spent (Kandi’s) money excessively on gambling and the Home Shopping Network! 


Cynthia and NeNe hash out their issues about shady blog posts, Peter’s behavior and Nene’s “bitch” comment.



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