When Bravo TV decided to do the Real Housewives of Atlanta I thought I would give it a try. Now, I do television recaps sometimes, but the Real Housewives of Atlanta isn’t really the kind of television show you recap. I would say the Real Housewives of Atlanta is something you observe and comment on. But let’s first introduce you to the Real Housewives of Atlanta.
Our first real housewife of Atlanta is Lisa Wu Hartwell who is married to NFL player Ed Hartwell and owns her own real estate firm among other things. Our second real housewife of Atlanta is Deshawn Snow who is married to NBA player Eric Snow of the Cleveland Cavaliers. She heads up The Deshawn Snow foundation. Our third real housewife of Atlanta is Nene Leakes who is married to Gregg Leakes a successful real estate investor. And she is the founder of The Twisted Hearts Foundation.
Kim Zolciak is a single mother living well in Atlanta. She is currently dating someone who wants to remain anonymous. I wonder why? Sheree Whitfield our soon to be ex-housewife is currently in the process of divorcing Ex NFL player Bob Whitfield.
Here are my first impressions of each of The Real Housewives of Atlanta.
I thought Sheree was self absorbed, materialistic and shallow. She is so money hungry and has a desire to be envied. Deshawn immediately rubbed me the wrong way. I felt her staff was too extensive and it just didn’t seem like she needed all the help she claimed she needed. But in her defense I don’t live her life she may actually need all her servants.
Kim just screamed out “kept woman” to me. Her looks are her tools in life and maintaining them is absolutely necessary to live as she is accustomed to. Lisa seems like a hard worker and yes she is blessed to be married to a man that can take care of her. But I think that’s just a bonus because she could do It all by herself.
I like Nene she is a real as they come. You can tell right away that she has a big heart. She’s a little brash and outspoken but she’s the hot sauce in this Atlanta Mix. Stay tuned for some more comments and observations.
Source by Ayanna Malone