Cynthia Bailey's Sister Malorie says Kenya Moore is Not to Blame for 'Real Housewives' Brawl


Everyone seems to have a different opinion on the explosive Real Housewives of Atlanta brawl that aired two Sundays ago on Bravo, but now Cynthia Bailey’s sister Malorie Bailey-Massie has come to Kenya Moore’s defense.

According to Radar Online:

Re-watching the chain of events, months after the fight, Malorie Bailey-Massie exclusively told the cast “is not proud of that fight.”

“I was shocked watching it,” she added. “We don’t know how things escalated so quickly.”

The fight began innocently enough, with R & B singerChristopher Williams confronting Moore over comments that she’d called their marriage “common law.” But when a finger-waving Moore advanced towards Williams’ wife Natalie, he grabbed her.

That outraged Moore’s assistant Brandon DeShazer, who charged at Williams. Then, Phaedra Parks‘ husband Apollo Nida suddenly jumped into the fracas, getting on top of DeShazer and beating him violently as Cynthia Bailey‘s husband Peter Thomas appeared to be holding DeShazer down.

Although  NeNe Leakes has publicly blamed Moore for starting the fight, Bailey-Massie doesn’t think the former Miss USA is entirely at fault.

“Kenya isn’t a fighter. She wasn’t going to actually fight Natalie.  It happened so fast, and everyone was just like question marks. None of us expected any of this to happen. This was very real.

“I’m still shocked, but I don’t think it’s I don’t think it’s Kenya’s fault,” Bailey-Massie added.

The second part of the shocking brawl airs this Sunday on Bravo. If you missed part one, you can watch it here.


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