Cynthia Bailey Weighs In On The Miami Blowout “I Felt a Little Responsible for Tammy”

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On The Real Housewives of Atlanta this week, yet another vacay was ruined. This time it was Hurricane Glen in Miami. Glen Rice Jr. got aggressive, turned violent, and was escorted off the property. And Cynthia Bailey missed it all.

“I was not present during the incident with Tammy and her nephew. I had already left the group to go to bed. I did not have a good feeling about where the night was going, and after the Lake Lanier incident, wanted steer myself clear of any drama.”

Good call. But when she found out that Tammy had been injured, things got a little heated between Cynthia and Kenya Moore, who was still reeling from Glen’s volatile temper.

“I was not trying to have a heated moment with Kenya. I was not with the ladies when Tammy fell; therefore I was very concerned when I heard about it.”

Just for the record, Tammy didn’t fall. Glen pushed her. But since Cynthia brought Tammy along for the ride, she feels responsible for what happened.

“I was told that Tammy was still at the hospital, and would be going to a hotel when she was released. I kept calling her phone to check on her, but it kept going straight to voicemail.”

Tammy was all right, but she didn’t head to a hotel, as expected.

“I realized after talking to her (after the fact) that when they took her to the hospital for observations, she did not have any of her belongings. Not even her cell phone. So of course when she was released, she came back to the house to get her things.”

Is Cynthia right to feel responsible for what happened to Tammy? How did they become friends in the first place? They don’t seem to have anything in common. Am I missing something?


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