RHOA Reunion: Cynthia Bailey Cries About Her Fall Out with NeNe Leakes

RHOA Reunion: Cynthia Bailey Cries About Her Fall Out with NeNe Leakes
Cynthia Bailey and NeNe Leakes
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updated 04/27/2014 at 11:00 PM EDT

originally published 04/28/2014 08:45AM

The Real Housewives of Atlanta" reunion continued Sunday night without Porsha Williams but still with lots of fighting.

Part two focused on making sense of last week's hair-pulling brawl between Williams Kenya Moore, the ongoing tension between Kandi Burruss and her mother and the fractured friendship between NeNe Leakes and Cynthia Bailey.

"You had a bullhorn in her face," Leakes said to Moore about the brawl. "You are not innocent."

"We fight with our words," Moore responded. "Anyone who [uses violence] should be punished and should not be allowed to sit on this couch."



Continued Moore: "We represent a certain culture and race … we're all women. Violence against women on any level is wrong."



An Atlanta reunion wouldn't be complete without Momma Joyce, whose constant meddling in her daughter's relationship with Todd Tucker took center stage all season.



"They wouldn't let me buy a black dress," Momma Joyce told host Andy Cohen when he asked about Burruss's marriage.

But was her meddling due to the fact she was worried about losing her daughter as a meal ticket?

"You gave me $700 a month," Momma Joyce said in a dismissive tone to Burruss, hinting she didn't help her that much financially.

"Because you was spending all the other money on gambling and the Home Shopping Network," countered Burruss. "You had credit cards in my name that I did not know about … I gave you extra money [to cover that]. I don't like it when you try to play it down like I don't do nothing."



"I made sure my children had the best," her mother finally said, with emotion, discussing how hard she worked to make sure her family was taken care of, before telling her daughter how much she loved her.

Bailey told Leakes the same thing, but said she didn't feel her former BFF "respected" her, which set off a lot of high emotions.

"Even though we're not talking," a crying Bailey started, "I've seen so many of her friends come and go … There's a love there, but I've never felt like the respect was there."

"I don't know where that is coming from. Honestly," responded an unemotional Leakes at first, before her emotions took over. "I'm not going to discuss my friendship with Cynthia with all of you ... you don't give a s–––."



"We do," interrupted Cohen, who then asked Bailey, "Do you think you can work it out?"

"I don't know," Bailey said. "I miss NeNe, but I'll be okay. Unfortunately, sometimes you just come to the end of the road with people."

The final part of The Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion airs Sunday (8 p.m. ET) on Bravo.

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