‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ Reunion Part 3: Kandi Burruss Tears Into Marlo Hampton

by | April 23, 2012 at 7:03 AM | RealityTV, The Real Housewives of Atlanta

Kandi Burruss on The Real Housewives of Atlanta Reunion (Photo by: Wilford Harewood/Bravo)

Could you even hear what the heck they were saying half the time? Better yet, did you even want to hear it?

There was a cacophony of hissing and howling on last night’s final episode of the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” Reunion, and the only one left unscathed was Miss Phaedra Parks, who’d probably prefer pumping a corpse with embalming fluid than listen to her co-stars snap each other’s inflated heads off.

As for the notable action in this final installment, much came through the nastiness of Marlo Hampton—which we’ll get into soon—but for a spell, The Smalls (Kim Zolciak, Kandi Burruss, and Sheree Whitfield) got busy verbally pummeling Cynthia Bailey, whom they accused of being two-faced and only tough when she was around her Diva-ship NeNe Leakes.

Cynthia responded with a slew of shut ups and swings of her crimped Amazonian ‘do, but no one was buying her “big and bad” persona.

But let’s go back to Marlo Low-Blow. Her obsession with money (and men handing out the money for her Gucci Pukey lifestyle) spewed onto Kandi, whom she called a “sugar momma.”

Marlo proceeded to attack Kandi and her current beau, which made Kandi want to tear Marlo’s dress up to reveal her true identity—that she’s a male prostitute. (I kid, kid).

Watch the hellish exchange between The Tall and The Small right here:

The rest of the hour was a bit of a bore. Kim and NeNe seemed to find a semi-mutual respect for each other but were past ever reconciling, but Sheree and NeNe’s relationship was pretty hopeless—the latter giving a second “hand” to Sheree’s face. We guess this means Sheree won’t ever have a chance of guest starring on “Glee” if Coach NeNe can help it.

Check out the hate between Sheree and NeNe, as NeNe touts she gave fame to both her and Kim.

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