Real Housewives Of Atlanta

Cynthia Can’t Win for Losing

By  | What’s your secret to keeping things spicy in the bedroom?
Kandi Burruss: Bedroom Kandi…LOL! Were you surprised about Todd’s reservations about having a baby?
KB: Well, yes and no. Yes, because we have had lots of conversations about having more children, but I’m not surprised, because we’ve both been working a lot. So the question always comes up about are we ready to slow everything down to have a baby. Was it tough for Riley to have Kaela move in?
KB: It was an adjustment, because Riley is an only child, so she is used to all the attention. But it didn’t take long for them to build a good relationship. Were you shocked by Cynthia and Porsha’s blowout?
KB: Yes. Cynthia is a sweet person, but I think people have called her a follower and have taken her kindness for weakness for so long that she just wants to let everybody know that she’s not weak. Therefore every time she feels the slightest bit of disrespect, she goes overboard trying to put that person in check. Now she comes off as this mean girl. It’s like she can’t win for losing — if she’s too nice, she’s weak, and if she’s too aggressive, she’s a bitch.