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WATCH: Cynthia Bailey Cries Over NeNe Leakes And Kenya Moore's Feud About Her Friendship Diss In RHOA Clip

Cynthia Bailey Cries Over Friendship Issues NeNe Leakes
Source: Bravo TV

Feb. 5 2016, Updated 6:41 p.m. ET

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Cynthia Bailey’s shady comments about her friendship with Kenya Moore appear to have some serious consequences  as she cries while talking with Shereé Whitfield in a clip from the Feb. 14 episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta.

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The drama started when NeNe Leakes confronted Bailey over her friendship with Moore at the ladies’ group dinner in Jamaica. Bailey slightly downplayed her bond with Moore, who she became close to during her RHOA Season 7 fallout with Leakes. And Whitfield later filled Moore in on the awkward dinner convo about her friendship with Bailey!

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Moore was pretty upset over Bailey’s comments. But while chatting with Whitfield through tears, it is pretty clear who Bailey considers her true best friend!

Watch Cynthia break down over her friendship drama with NeNe and Kenya in the video above!

Do you think Cynthia was wrong for what she told NeNe about her friendship with Kenya? Tweet us @OKMagazine or let us know in the comments section below.

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