Bravo should consider a little quality control in the blogs. RHONY’s Sonja Morgan posts a marathon blog every week and Phaedra Parks has almost nothing to say to anyone. She does make time to rip into Cynthia Bailey and what she considers to be a non-apology:
“There’s apologizing and then there is “apologizing.” In one breath Cynthia is telling me she is sorry, and in the next she is lobbing insulting remarks at me. If someone is truly sorry for what they have done or said, it is reflected in their actions. Saying the words “I am sorry” does not mean much if the disrespectful and nasty behavior continues. As a mother, wife, and purported professional, I think Cynthia should have been more responsible and thoughtful from the beginning.”
Isn’t this exactly how Phaedra treats Kenya? Where does Phaedra have room to criticize Cynthia?
“As far as I am concerned, I have no issues with Kandi. I made one comment that has been blown way out of proportion. I love Kandi.”
I think it is odd that Phaedra had every chance in the world to say those words to Kandi at the reunion but didn’t do it. As long as Phaedra sat next to her new crew, she watched Kandi cry and never said a word to make it clear that she still loved her good friend. Could her seemingly newfound care for her old friend be a tacit admission that her new friends aren’t what she thought they would be? Can you imagine Kandi ever saying to someone, “This ain’t Phaedra, bitch, this ain’t Phaedra?” Ow!
I’m an exasperated soap fan who keeps hanging on – waiting for the daytime I once loved to return to its former glory! Hey, it doesn’t hurt to have a dream. I learned to love soaps thanks to my wonderful mother and grandmother. I’ll always have fond memories of daytime, most especially of ‘Another World’, my first stoap love. The ever great, but sadly defunct, daytime shows like Ryan’s Hope, Search for Tomorrow, The Doctors, Loving, and many others keep a special place in my heart, as well.