The Real Housewives of Atlanta is off to a good start and we can only foresee plenty of drama in the future episodes. During Episode 1 of the Season 5 premier this weekend Kandi invited Kim over to see her new home. WELL, Kim of course dragged along her assistant Sweetie who was full of offensive and ignorant comments. Check out how Kandi responds inside….
“Well now that I got them out of the way, let me get to myself andÂ Kim, because I got a millionÂ tweetsÂ about this tonight. When Kim came by the house with Sweetie, I was offended by some of the things she and Sweetie said. Kim said Sweetie told her she needed to lock her doors when she got off of my exit, because I lived in the hood. I was very irritated by that, because I was thinking, “Where the f— do you live, Sweetie?” There were even more things said that rubbed me the wrong way as well, like, “I didn’t even know they had houses like this over here. They must’ve just recently fixed it up.” Or “Wow, this is nice. I wasn’t expecting this AT ALL.” Or when I showed them the in-ground jacuzzi room, one of them said, “Oh you meant a real jacuzzi! When you mentioned you had a jacuzzi room, I didn’t know you meant a real Jacuzzi, I thought you were talking about a jacuzzi tub.” I was like what the hell would I mention a jacuzzi tub for? Oh I can’t forget this one! At one point I found myself defending my side of town and said, “There are a lot ofÂ wealthy peopleÂ that live in this area,” and Sweetie said, “Like drug dealers.” I wasn’t feeling it at all. Sweetie explained that she grew up on the north side of town, and she said that she heard my side of town was dangerous. In my opinion, the stuff that Sweetie says to Kim adds to the whole racist theory people have about Kim. If Kim has a blackÂ friendÂ that feeds her bullsh– that certain areas of town are “hood” or “ghetto,” then that’s what she’s going to run with.
I hadn’t seen Kim in a while when she came over that day. The first couple of negative things they said kind of flew over my head, but after a while I caught on and I was feeling a little bothered by it. Have you ever had one of those moments where something happened that wasn’tÂ coolÂ and after the fact you thought you should’ve told that bitch this or that? Well that was one of those moments for me. I was trying to be cool, like maybe they didn’t know any better. I was thinking I shouldnâ€™t trip, because clearly they have never been in this area before, but after a while it was like OK that’s enough of the ghetto neighborhood comments. After all the talk about my house, Kim talked to me about being evicted from her house and that she was just going to stay there and make them kick her out. Hmm… That sounded like some real ghetto section 8 type sh– to me, but hey, they live on the “non-ghetto” side of town, so no way could they have that type of stuff going onâ€¦ LOL! Whatever.”