Cynthia Bailey denies being two-faced or manipulative on "The Real Housewives of Atlanta." Speaking out Sunday, March 3, the model and business owner says her role on the show is often transmitting information and for that she shouldn't be called two-faced.
"I've been really focused on my pageant and my school. That's really been my focus. I think I've integrated well with the group. I think when people watch the show, information has to be transferred. I go to everything and I'm always on time so, I'm that person to pass information along. I'm sorry that you think I've been two-faced," Bailey shared on "Watch What Happens Live" Sunday.
As seen on "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," Bailey has had tense moments with both Kenya Moore and Porsha Stewart, but in the end, they end up with some form of friendship or just simply agreeing to disagree on whatever their issues are.
In related news, Cynthia Bailey is not necessarily a fan of Kenya Moore's song "Gone With The Wind Fabulous," but she respects Kenya's hustle.
"I think it's great. I think it's funny. I get it. I think Kenya is definitely good at making the most out of the situation so, I'm not mad at her," Bailey told Andy Cohen.
While Cynthia Bailey is not a fan of the song, she says her daughter, Noel, sings it a lot.
"I think it's very catchy and my daughter sings it all the time, " she shared.
All of that said, do you think Cynthia has been two-faced this season or is she simply, like she said, distributing information from person to person?
"The Real Housewives of Atlanta" returns Sunday night on Bravo.