Did the show turn into the Real Househusbands of Atlanta? Because the men surely took over tonight as the fellas got together to stir the pot. The first item thrown into the pot was when Porsha shared with Kordell what the ladies said about him on the Vegas trip. His response? “I’m in control, but I’m not controlling.” Huh?
She wants to have kids, work and have a nanny when they have a kid. Kordell, aka “I’m in control” says no way Jose. His job is to put the baby in her and she takes care of him or her. Then he basically tells her she has to choose between a career and motherhood. Guess he hasn’t gotten the memo that women can have both.
Next, Peter invites Walter to a men’s health black tie event at The Biltmore. Kenya came prepared with former NFL player turned ESPN sports analyst, Jamal Anderson on her arm. She and Walter do a good job avoiding each other while everyone else makes a big deal about them being in the same room. Kenya keeps it classy and passes Walter on her way out the door at the end of the night.
The fellas gossip with Walter who let it be known that he didn’t sleep with Kenya on the Anguilla trip at all. Calling her old along with saying he likes his rims “like I like my women: 22s, 24s and 26s.”
When Cynthia shares the news Kenya quickly mentions that Walter couldn’t get it up even when they were naked in the shower. She puts the accusation out that he must be on the down low. She even claims that when she asked him directly if he was gay he didn’t officially deny it.
Thanks to everyone meddling and adding more ingredients into the pot to stir, Walter is ready to go off on Kenya at Kandi’s housewarming party. (Side note: Kandi’s house is amazing! So much for Kandi living in the ghetto like Kim the hater said earlier in the season.) Walter makes sure to bring a young hottie to the party this time to not be outdone by Kenya. Although he spent a considerable amount of time ignoring his trophy date awaiting Kenya’s arrival. Apollo is grinning like a Cheshire cat in anticipation of the drama that’s about to unfold.
As soon as Kenya arrives Kandi pulls her to the side to let her know Walter is there. Kenya is upset and storms off. She calls him a stalker and doesn’t feel comfortable being there without her hired security. Walter looks disappointed that his opportune moment may have slipped from his fingers.
Seems like no matter how hard Kenya tried to leave Walter in the past he keeps popping up in her life.
Do you think the ladies and fellas should choose sides? Should they respect Kenya’s feelings and part from Walter for good?