Cynthia Bailey revealed how ‘actual life moments’ that occurred through the Black Lives Matter motion bonded her ‘RHOA’ co-stars in an EXCLUSIVE interview on HollywoodLife TV Discuss.
Cynthia Bailey stated followers can anticipate “actual life moments and actual points” within the second half of Season 13 of The Actual Housewives of Atlanta. These “moments” occurred amid the Black Lives Matter motion that gained nationwide momentum this previous summer time and introduced the forged nearer collectively, which Cynthia confirmed in an EXCLUSIVE interview on HollywoodLife TV Discuss. “No matter how loopy this group of girls is, on the finish of the day, we actually really are a sisterhood and at any time when anybody’s making an attempt to do something nice, particularly for the individuals, we normally all the time come collectively,” Cynthia, 53, advised us.
This is the reason Cynthia loves Season 13: it doesn’t simply present the everyday drama between the Bravo star and her co-stars. “What I really like probably the most about season 13 will not be solely is there the everyday, standard drama, however there’s a number of actual life moments and actual points that we’re coping with,” Cynthia defined. “Once more, as Black ladies, all of us have been affected and nonetheless are affected with the Black Lives Matter motion so there was no means we may simply do that present and act like, and never acknowledge any of the stuff that was happening with the world.”
“I actually tip my hat off to Bravo for together with the true life issues that we’re going by means of, that our family and friends are going by means of on the planet,” the actress continued. “There was no means we might be working round, consuming champagne whereas the world was principally turned the wrong way up. So, you guys are in for an awesome remainder of the season.”
With that stated, Cynthia agreed that marching along with her co-stars for the Black Lives Matter motion “did” deliver the forged nearer collectively. “Now, I’m not going to behave like all of us simply got here collectively and there was no drama and we have been sitting by a fireplace singing Kumbaya and we have been toasting marshmallows,” she clarified. “That’s not what you’re going to see, however I feel when it issues, we come collectively, Season 13. A few of the different girls are nonetheless figuring out some kinks. It’s all the time like that. It’s all the time like that.”
Season 13 has already confirmed viewers a few of these actual life moments that Cynthia referred to. Within the season premiere that aired in Dec. 2020, followers watched as Porsha Williams (who can be the granddaughter of famed civil rights activist Hosea Williams) attended two protests and advocate for justice. Porsha revealed that the expertise, which concerned her getting arrested in Kentucky with 87 different protestors, “modified” her life “perpetually.”
Cynthia and her husband, Mike Hill, additionally made certain to take their daughters (Mike’s daughters Kayla Hill and Ashlee’ Hill, and Cynthia’s daughter Noelle Robinson, each from previous relationships) to those protests, and revealed why they did so in one other EXCLUSIVE interview with HollywoodLife in June of 2020.
TUNE IN: The Actual Housewives of Atlanta airs Sundays at 8pm ET/PT on Bravo.
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