Cynthia Bailey Questions Kenya Moore Engagement Hunch! Was Kenya Trying to Sabotage Mike Hill’s proposal?
When it comes to Real Housewives of Atlanta star Cynthia Bailey she is questioning her friend Kenya Moore if she was telling the truth that it was a feeling or was she trying to sabotage Mike’s proposal. Read on to see why Cynthia Bailey Questions Kenya Moore…
CelebNReality247.com has the latest drama from Sunday’s Real Housewives of Atlanta when Cynthia Bailey decided to question Kenya Moore when she said: “I think Mike may propose.”
Two Sundays ago, viewers of Real Housewives of Atlanta were shocked to see Kenya Moore try to ruin Mike Hill‘s proposal to Cynthia Bailey.
Well, this past Sunday Real Housewives fans got to see Cynthia check Kenya and then questioned her shady actions.
Cynthia Bailey revealed that she spoke to Mike Hill about Kenya:
I had a conversation with Mike because it bothered him. If you knew he was trying to surprise me, why bring that up to me?
I just felt it, and you know, we always have conversations about my premonitions on things… and it’s always right
That is when Kandi Burruss swiftly checked Kenya for lying:
It wasn’t a premonition though. She and I already had a little argument about the situation. Basically, that night, Kenya texted me, and I was just letting her know that she needed to hurry cause I think he’s about to pop the question. So, when she came in….
Cynthia then chimed in, saying:
And I responded by saying, ‘I think so, too.’ So, all I said was when I walked in, I was like, ‘I’m excited, I think he’s gonna propose tonight.’
So Kenya started squirming in her seat trying to justify and clarify her shady actions:
You’re making it seem like I somehow ruined her proposal or anything like that. First of all, just let me say this. I am f*cking happy for you, and don’t ever sit here and try to question why I said this… because b*tch right there, I ride for her hard.
Yeah, but it was still messy and shady. No matter what Kenya says, Cynthia NEEDS to have an eye always watching Moore.