Cynthia Bailey may be done beefing with Nene Leakes but that doesn't mean it's smooth sailing from here on out.
It seems she has found a new enemy in Porsha Williams who threw tons of shade during a recent interview with OK! Magazine.
"Flip-flopper and mean girl! The reason I chose those words to describe her character will become clear as you watch season 7. You will see for yourself the new and unimproved Cynthia," she said.
"She's still cool at times and I still care for her, but mainly from afar! I feel like this season she has decided to do whatever it takes for her to make it. It's sad that you don't see the true person or see who is real around you until money is involved. I believe that because of her financial misfortune she has chosen to act like Kenya, doing anything for a check."
She didn't stop there.
"At the end of the day, we are only left with our self-worth & integrity. Instead, she has sold both to have a storyline and check. I pray that she realizes that even though she didn't have a voice before, mimicking evil around you and being mean spirited is not being strong at all," she said.
"Instead, one would think she'd been setting a positive example as a role model for women of all ages, verses displaying negative behavior."
She also shared some choice words for Kenya Moore.
"Unfortunately, I'm exhausted from going around in circles with a person who doesn't mean well. Last week as I watched the show, I was in complete shock to see this woman play the victim after she blatantly used props, pointing them in my face and shouting obscenities through a bullhorn in my ears. This weekend when I saw her make fun of how she violated my personal space, it made me sorry for a woman of her age with such behavior! She needs help in a real way," she said.
"I find it pathetic that she would try to toy with the hearts of our fans and cry wolf by making claims of being attacked, then in a blink of an eye sing a song about dragging me by my hair."
Porsha has no plans to forge a friendship with the beauty queen but she's keeping a sliver of hope alive.
"She can never give a sincere apology because those come from the heart. At this point, I’m not sure she has one or a conscience. She represents a woman who is lost in “Fake Reality” and will most likely realize it isn’t real and have nothing because instead of using her gifts and being a blessing, she will have spent her life being envious and tearing down others who are actually living in the real world," she said.
"However, if Kenya takes responsibility for the use of props at the reunion, yes, there might be a chance for a new start between the two of us."
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