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'RHOA' Cynthia Bailey shows support for Kenya Moore's Team Twirl

Cynthia Bailey of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, attends the 2014 Steve & Marjorie Harvey Foundation Gala presented by Coca-Cola at the Hilton Chicago on May 3, 2014 in Chicago, Illinois.
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There's a strong indication that Cynthia Bailey will indeed become a lot closer to Kenya Moore on season seven of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta." On Sunday, June 15, she retweeted a tweet that was supportive of Kenya and her fans, dubbed "Team Twirl" after her love of twirling.

A fan sent Kenya, Marlo Hampton and Cynthia's sister Malorie Bailey-Massie a tweet asking them where he can get a shirt like the red tank tops emblazoned with the words "TEAM TWIRL" that they wore in one episode. Attached to the tweet was a photo of the shirts. Cynthia retweeted the tweet.

Cynthia's action of retweeting the tweet certainly helped to publicize Team Twirl to her followers. While it's not clear why she decided to retweet it, one can only guess that it has something to do with her falling out with long-time friend NeNe Leakes, who is one of Kenya's biggest enemies. If Cynthia was still tight with NeNe, it's hard to imagine that she would've retweeted a tweet that expresses love for Kenya.

Kenya and NeNe have feuded both on and off the show for as long as they have been co-stars. Kenya has often proclaimed that NeNe, despite what she may think, is no longer the queen bee of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta." She even once proclaimed that NeNe is just "a former stripper with a few short-lived gigs" whereas the other housewives, including herself of course, are accomplished women.

NeNe has gone after Kenya just as hard. In the aftermath of Porsha Williams' attack on Kenya at the reunion show, NeNe said publicly several times that Kenya should not have provoked Porsha like that and that Porsha was not at fault. She even tweeted that producers of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" should have known that something like that was going to happen when they hired someone as desperate as Kenya, a woman who would do anything for $2.

Cynthia Bailey once wrote that NeNe Leakes started becoming cold to her when she thought that she was getting too close to "the enemy," Kenya Moore. It seem that Cynthia doesn't care about angering NeNe anymore!

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