I had just one question that required answering when Bravo gave a sneak peek look at Gregg Leakes‘ blood pressure starting to rise as he channeled his inner NeNe, leading him to shake the table on Peter Thomas because he didn’t appreciate him coming for his wife at Kenya Moore’s masquerade ball . . .
Thankfully, this week’s ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ episode showed the ladies getting there in time to help try to calm the situation before one of those men needed CPR.
Atlanta’s Next Top Broke Couple Cynthia Bailey and Peter Thomas have published a memoir about their journey through dating, marriage, financial struggles and triumphs and their blended family of six children. According to a press release, ‘Carry-On Baggage, Our Non-Stop Flight’ was penned ”to inspire, provoke and make readers laugh out loud” as they look at their “nonstop flight to finding marital bliss.”
“Peter and I did not write a book to give other couples relationship advice,” the ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ reality star explains. “Our story is biographical and we hope it will serve as an inspiration to other couples finding love in the second half of their lives.”
I would have preferred if Uncle Ben shared his secret recipe to great red beans and rice or if Cynthia gave a step-by-step guide on rocking half wigs to a hair magazine instead but I will leave that up to their management team.
Check out flicks from their recent book launch event in New York City below.
Uncle Ben is the new Dr. Lipschitz.
‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ personality Peter Thomas has some scathing words for Halle Berry concerning the co-parenting triangle between the actress, her fiancé Olivier Martinez and daughter Nahla’s father Gabriel Aubry.
“There are no winners in the Halle Berry’s situation because one day that little girl is going to grow up and she’s going so see those pictures of what that man did to her father and she’s going to hate that man for putting hands on her father and she’s going to hate her mother,” Thomas tells Uptown magazine. “There’s no way around it. Little girls love their fathers.”