Is Kelly A Big Bully?

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The biggest issue on this season was Kelly Price vs the rest of the girls. While most of us assumed that the drama started when Mo and Chante decided to have Fred direct the Diva Monologues, Wendy pointed out during the reunion special that the drama began long before that, when Kelly decided not to show up to Broadway in the Hood show that she was an avid supporter of. The girls decided that the show had to go on with out without Kelly’s presence and showed up on her behalf, much to the disappointment of the red carpet. The girls believed that it was unprofessional and selfish for Kelly not to attend the event at the last minute while Kelly insisted that she had a prior engagement and informed the ladies of her scheduling conflict before hand.

Later, Wendy brought up the Diva Monologues and we learned that the idea wasn’t totally Kelly’s but it Chante and the rest of the ladies has a huge input in creating the monologues as well. Kelly revealed that she didn’t trust Fred to bring out her deepest and darkest secrets (that she was raped by her older cousin as a child) and that’s why she was so harsh on his directing skills. The other ladies felt as if Kelly was being a big bully and extremely rude to Fred throughout the whole season and explained that their feelings of being hurt and betrayed by Kelly were genuine and now an act for the cameras. It didn’t look like the girls could come to a mutual agreement about what actually happened during the monologue practice or during the Broadway in the Hood red carpet, and they probably never would.

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One thought on “Are The Girls Intimidated By Kelly Price? ‘R&B Divas: LA Reunion’ [RECAP]

  1. FIFTY AND PHUNE on said:

    Wendy was out of line when Chante said she didn’t want to talk about Kenny she went and asked Kelly about Kenny. She better be sure her husband isn’t gay because looking at her he is sleeping with a man every night. I saw that stapled, gray curtain backdrop monologue that Dawn and Kelly did and I thought it was a production from a kindergarten class. Bootleg theatre at it best and I only heard 5 people clapping. They never showed how many people actually showed up like they did with the girls. The ladies should be glad they stayed with Fred their production was much more professional and flowed nicely.

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