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My Final Real Housewives of Atlanta Blog

by Ilana Angel

February 19, 2012 | 10:16 pm

I tried to recap tonight’s episode from Africa and in the end just could not do it.  These chicks are shallow, petty, pathetic, jealous, bitchy and catty.  I could not get through it.  I am over these women and will no longer write about it.  I am checking out of Atlanta for good.  However, not before I give one final opinion of the “ladies”.

Cynthia:  This woman has two very separate personalities.  The one she shows to the talls and the one she saves for the smalls.  She is not loyal to anyone, and is just so dumb I find her hard to take.  I feel bad for her because I think she is inherently kind, but she is a robot and sucks up to whoever she is with.  We have no idea what her real opinions are.

Kandi:  Deep down in her talented self, she is really mean.  By deep down of course I mean she wears it on the surface.  This woman is skanky in what she is willing to talk about sexually when she has a young daughter.  I think she is rude, a troublemaker, immature and comes across as dirty not classy.  I would not want to be her friend because you cannot trust her.

Kim: If this chick thinks we believe for one minute she would have gone to Africa she is insane.  There is no way she is taking her wig collection on safari.  Kim got exactly what she wanted with her husband, new baby, and own reality show so good for her, but don’t think we are as dumb as you Kim. You were never going to Africa and we all know it Sweetie.

NeNe:  I like NeNe and think she is the breakout star of this show, but even she is not entertaining enough for me to watch this crap fest. The best thing NeNe can do for herself is walk away from this pathetic show, focus on her career outside of Bravo, take care of her kids, dump the creepy Italian, and try to win back the fans she lost along the way.

Phaedra:  Of all the women on the show Phaedra should be the most embarrassed.  She talks about being a Southern belle and how she is the most sophisticated of the group, but in the end this woman is not that classy if she continues to be on a show that is so unladylike.  This is not a show for ladies, so one can assume she really is not one.

Sheree:  This woman is simply not appealing.  She cannot speak English, has no respect for her friends, her children, or herself.  She is a grown woman who lives off her mother and I don’t get it.  She has not finished anything she started on this show, from her clothing line to her house, and there is nothing credible about her.  Lying is not cute Sheree.

If I were a strong and fabulous southern woman these women would piss me off to no end.  I don’t know much about the south, but I know enough to say that these women are embarrassing themselves, Atlanta, black women, and women in general.  I have been to Atlanta several times and it is a great city so it’s a shame these women are who Bravo has representing.

And so my blogging days about the unreal women of Atlanta comes to an end. I am not going to waste my time watching them, let alone writing about them. I checked out of Orange Country this week also, which is not a good sign for Bravo. They better figure this train wreck out because we are bored.  Time to take a close look at the franchise and start keeping it real.

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Ilana Angel writes two blogs for JewishJournal.com. KEEPING THE FAITH is about her worldview as a single Jewish mother, and KEEPING IT REAL is all about reality television....

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