From last Sunday’s episode of the Real Housewives of Atlanta it was clear that. Phaedra Parks and Kandi Burruss are no longer friends. The two had a sit-down conversation and confrontation, because Phaedra was annoyed at how Mama Joyce blasted off about Phaedra’s “bomb scare” in last week’s episode.  Kandi said the obvious. They were no longer friends.  Here’s what else happened in the rest of the show.

This is not as easy as I thought it would be. I have Ayden over here negotiating like his momma, the attorney. I have Dylan who’s tired and crying. I basically have Apollo and Phaedra in the house, and this is too much.

Porsha Williams

Real Housewives of Atlanta

Photo by: Mark Hill/Bravo

Porsha Williams came by Phaedra’s house to watch her kids. “You need to negotiate. I cannot wear any of those,” Ayden said when asked to choose pajamas to wear.

At the end of the night, although she was tired, she was optimistic about being able to care for children of her own. Porsha even volunteered to watch Phaedra’s kids once a week.

Sheree Whitfield helped oversee her son, Kairo during his photo shoot, and Bob Whitfield came by to support Kairo wanted to be more responsible for his future and had his sights set on being a model. Bob joked about his son being naked in the photo shoot, although he only had his shirt off.

Kairo Whitfield. Sheree’s son from the Real Housewives of Atlanta

Then inside the Kandi Factory, the group got together to discuss the opening of the Old Ladies Gang restaurant, when a call came through from Phaedra’s camp, inviting Kandi to lunch to talk.

Meanwhile,  Phaedra met with the mother of her friend/client Drama to talk things out over about the bomb incident. His mother wanted to convey to Phaedra that she had nothing to fear from Drama.

Porsha’s new love interest Todd Stewart met up with Porsha’s family. Todd told the family how he met Porsha (they’d dated before in the past) and answered Porsha’s sister’s questions about his desire to have more kids. Todd already had two sons, 14 and 16 years old, however, he said that he would like to have more kids under the right circumstances (and he hesitated when he responded).

Nonetheless, Todd said that his feelings are genuine and he told Porsha that he loves her.

At Revelator Coffee Company, Cynthia Bailey and Sheree  got together to talk things over about Kairo’s modeling career. They sipped Chai Latte. Sheree indicated that she wanted Kairo to be a part of New York Fashion week, but Cynthia sighed and made it clear that New York Fashion week was the top of the bar, and Kairo hadn’t even had any model walking classes yet.

Phaedra and Kandi met at Katana Teppanyaki & Sushi Restaurant to talk things out and resolve some issues. Phaedra began by saying that it made her uncomfortable when Mama Joyce said in front of the group that Drama was trying to blow Phaedra up. Mama Joyce relayed the story that Drama had come into the building for Phaedra’s law firm and said he wanted to blow her the f*** up.  Everyone was shocked at Mama Joyce’s language.

Kandi felt that Phaedra was acting as though the incident was a misunderstanding and her life was not in danger, yet she had a bodyguard. So Kandi asked Phaedra about her bodyguard. Kandi also accused Phaedra of talking behind her back, but they both said some unflattering things about each other.

Kandi communicated to Phaedra that she felt like the scapegoat. While Phaedra was having a pity party, getting others to feel sorry for her while she would come back to Kandi and behave as though she’d moved on.

Now, I know my name is Kandi, but it ain’t chocolate OK. And you know you had chocolate melting in your mouth and not in your hands honey.

 

Kandi

Photo by: Mark Hill/Bravo

Travel Destination Focus: Katana

Phaedra and Kandi discussed their friendship and mutually agreed that they were not friends, while at Katana, a Teppanyaki and Sushi restaurant in Atlanta.

The dinner to your #happyhour

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