Cynthia Bailey was very proud of her very first pageant, but it appears that some fans were questioning just how real the pageant was. The drama started over a girl that Kenya Moore brought into the agency, someone who looked an awfully lot like the winner of the pageant. Some fans were questioning whether Cynthia rigged her own event, so Kenya's friend could win. And now, according to a new Bravo blog released on Feb. 20, “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Cynthia Bailey is slamming that idea, saying that Kenya's friend never even participated in the pageant.
“FYI: There seems to be some confusion about the young lady that Kenya brought by The Bailey Agency to meet me. I received some tweets that implied that she won Miss Renaissance, and that I rigged the pageant for her to win for Kenya,” “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Cynthia Bailey mentions in her blog. And she wants to set the record straight by providing three reasons why this show wasn't rigged at all. “A. I would never do anything that unethical. B. I had no involvement in the judging process. C. The young lady did not end up participating in Miss Renasssiasnce 2012, therefore it was not possible for her to win,” “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Cynthia Bailey points out.
Of course, even NeNe Leakes was skeptical about having Kenya Moore as a judge, so it would make sense that Cynthia wouldn't ruin her own pageant by choosing her friend's friend as a winner. Do you think “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Cynthia Bailey should have listened to NeNe? Or do you think it was good for Cynthia to have former Miss USA at the pageant?