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Cynthia Bailey on Kenya Moore's, not Porsha Stewart's, side after 'RHOA' fight

Cynthia Bailey has finally spoken out on the fight that broke out between Porsha Stewart and Kenya Moore at the "Real Housewives of Atlanta" reunion and revealed who she thinks is more wrong for what happened. In a Bravo blog entry, posted on Wednesday, April 23, the modeling agency owner said that she doesn't condone violence in any circumstance.

Cynthia Bailey attends the New Yorkers For Children's 11th Anniversary A Fool's Fete Spring Dance at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel on April 21, 2014 in New York City.
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In contrast to the usual format of the blogs, Cynthia's latest blog entry is in question-and-answer format, with the website providing the questions and Cynthia providing short answers. Perhaps the network knew that the show's fans really wanted to hear from Cynthia but Cynthia, who is currently in New York City for other professional engagements, was simply too busy to write her usual blog?

When asked whether she has any comments over what went down between Porsha and Kenya, Cynthia replied with, "I don't condone violence, period." Many of Porsha's supporters have come out saying that she was provoked by Kenya, with her accusations and props. Cynthia's response shows that she believes that no matter what Kenya did, Porsha is more in the wrong for actually getting physical.

Of course, Cynthia may still be a bit mad at Porsha for exposing her breast on national television. At the reunion, Kenya was yelling at Porsha through the megaphone when Porsha got up and pulled her down to the floor by her hair, in the process accidentally pulling on Cynthia's dress and exposing her breast. While Porsha laid on the floor wailing about what she had just done, all of the other housewives, NeNe Leakes, Phaedra Parks and Kandi Burruss, surrounded her and tried to console her. Cynthia, however, kept her distance and remained on stage.

Cynthia Bailey's reaction is in contrast to her husband's. Peter Thomas tweeted that "everyone has a breaking point" and that no one can say how they'll react when pushed to the limit. Cynthia's former good friend NeNe has also come out in favor of Porsha, saying that what happened wasn't Porsha's fault and that she was provoked by Kenya. If all of the housewives return for the next season of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," perhaps viewers will see Kenya and Cynthia as the new besties?

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