The drama hit a boiling point last week on “The Real Housewives Of Atlanta” when Phaedra Parks was confronted about the Mr. Chocolate cheating scandal by Kenya Moore. Miss Southern Belle erupted with anger and jumped up to hit Kenya Moore with her purse.
Claudia Jordan has weighed in on the quarrel, “I thought it was silly and out of character,” she wrote in her Bravo blog,
“But I am glad that Phaedra had enough good sense to not actually hit Kenya. We don’t need another physical altercation in this group. Again, we are all supposed to be mature ladies, so with that being said, I think the majority of us have a pretty good grasp of the English language and should be able to talk anything out without resorting to violence.”
“Hitting each other is low class, childish, and ignorant behavior, and I’m so glad that Phaedra didn’t really go there.”
Claudia notes that a lot of the drama in the group started before she came along but she’s quickly noticed the blatant double standards by a few of the ladies,
“I would like to say that a lot of these issues in this group of course started way before I came around, but being here and seeing things with my own eyes has definitely been enlightening.”
“Perhaps a lot of the drama in this group is because there are so many unresolved issues. And that combined with all the double standards in place is a sure fire recipe for disaster. I still have hope though. Again, not to have everyone be besties, but just being able to co-exist in the same space would be a major accomplishment with these ladies.”
“The Real Housewives of Atlanta” airs tonight at 8|7c on Bravo.
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