Last night on the season finale of the Real Housewives of Atlanta, the ladies set out on new business ventures and seemed to be moving on with their lives. On the previous episode Phaedra announced her foray into the mortuary business, and last night Cynthia hosted a model search for her agency, while Kandi launched her adult toy line. But while many of the ladies were striking out on their own, some were acting brand new.
During Kandi’s pamper party, which included half-naked men giving guests massages, Nene just wasn’t feeling it. Before she, Cynthia and Marlo even got to Kandi’s party, Nene complained that she hoped the party wasn’t teeming with “Twitter people” (read: common folk).
After arriving at the event, Nene sat making disparaging remarks about the crowd, the male hosts, and Kandi the entire time instead of socializing with her friends and having a good time. Nene’s insistence that she wasn’t used to being around “Twitter people” made her seem stuck up and overly negative. But what I found even more interesting is that just a few years ago, Nene was on the other side of the shade she was throwing at the crowd.
It’s one thing to grow as a person–we should all strive to continue to better ourselves–but to look down on others for things that you readily engaged in just a short time ago reeks of hypocrisy. Nene…I’m going to need you to do better.
What do you think about people who act brand new?