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Porsha tells Kordell about what happened during the argument. She claims that she is easy going, he disagrees, and that she wasn’t trying to argue. She glazes over how she delivered a low blow and mocked Kenya’s age but emphasizes that Kenya called her a bitch. He’s surprised but wants to stay out of the drama. It’s funny. On just about every other franchise the men are really invested in the wives’ drama and on this one, they barely want to talk or know about it. He says Porsha always starts something and does not think that his wife is as easy going as she claims to be.
That day, the group is going on a trip but Kenya feels like they need to clear the air. Kenya apologizes with a but, as in, “I apologize but when…”. Kenya was still bent out of shape about being called a “out of ” her name. Porsha tries to interrupt for clarification but Kenya won’t let her. Porsha says Kenya looks angry and has a face like a dried raisin. They bicker, talk over each other, Cynthia pipes up with useless dialogue and Peter tries to come in and regulate because all of the men are waiting on the bus to get on a boat. They have agreed to stay out of the women’s drama which is yet another mature decision from the ATL men. Peter tries to look manly in front of Kordell when he reenters the bus but admits that Cynthia sent him back to the bus with his tail between his legs.
The group has an ocean side lunch which sounds nice in theory but they spend the first part of it jumping around and trying not to get pummeled by waves. It’s the day after Cynthia’s wedding and Kenya has decided to present her with a gift. The gift is an autographed book co-authored by Vanessa Williams and her mom. Kenya presents it because she can not believe that Cynthia did not know that Vanessa Williams was the first Black Miss America. Obviously it was meant as a bit of a dig and Cynthia caught on to it immediately. Honestly, Cynthia was trying to “read” Kenya when she made the comment at the success party but it was a “misread” because as Kenya stated, everyone knows that Vanessa was the first. I get what Cynthia was trying to say but she could’ve pulled that off better. Cynthia explains that she’s well versed in history, just not pageants, and will read the book cover to cover.