On this week’s episode, Cynthia is seen preparing for the New York gay pride parade. She is attending with her daughter Noelle, who recently came out as bisexual.
She talks about her former friend NeNe set to appear at the festival. The two were close friends until they had a falling out last season.
Prior to the festival, Cynthia sends Eva a clip of NeNe doing an interview. NeNe is heard trashing Cynthia and calling her “weak”. Eva watches the clip in disbelief at what NeNe said about Cynthia.
NeNe remained unbothered by it all and pointed out Cynthia had done seven interviews talking negative about her. She says Cynthia wants people to believe she is this angel when she isn’t.
The two eventually run into each other on top of a float. NeNe starts to walk up to Cynthia and the episode ends before their interaction.
Porsha Williams is seen getting emotional talking about her fiancé Dennis McKinley admitting to cheating on her. She is in disbelief that he allegedly cheated on her during her pregnancy.
She details feeling like she wanted to “kill him, hit him” after finding out. Porsha was unsure if they could work things out.
NeNe made her first appearance on this season after being absent from the first two episodes. In the first scene, she appears with her husband Gregg Leakes who recently beat his cancer battle. The two are seen filming a PSA talking about the cancer fight.
NeNe talks about working with a spiritual advisor to help her deal with relationships including Gregg and girlfriends. She gets emotional saying she felt like she had nobody.
During the cancer fight, Gregg says their marriage was almost destroyed. He says they learned you have to give a little and take a little. He says they learned to also “shut up and listen”
NeNe threw some shade at her costars prior to this week’s episode. In an Instagram post she wrote, “Now that the pre-show has ended, The REAL PREMIERE starts SUNDAY at 8pm on @bravotv…..With existing relationship issues and having people not understanding the role and toll it takes on the care giver, threw our relationship into an emotional roller coaster! We both cried, cussed, slammed doors and prayed. We’re in a marriage so what happens to him, happens to me! If you support 1, you gotta support the other! For anyone to say i was making his cancer about me, has no heart at all and clearly has no understanding about what cancer does to a family. My tears were not for me, they were for him #fuckcancer @americancancersociety TUNE IN! We keep it 1000 in the leakes home ALWAYS❤️.”