The Real Housewives of Atlanta reality star, Cynthia Bailey is taking the blame and apologizing for her sister Malorie's behavior during the fight between her and Kandi Burruss.
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Cynthia explained on her blog that she did see her sister push Kandi only after she watched the show, "I definitely didn't know until I saw it on tape that Mal pushed Kandi. I actually didn't believe it until I saw the tape, because I just don't remember it happening. I thought Mal was trying to keep Peter and Todd from getting into it by pushing them apart. Mal did tell me that in that moment Todd pushed her, and she instinctually pushed him back." She continued, "Then all hell broke loose from there. Remember, Mal is my sister first and foremost. She is just as protective of me as the other ladies' families are protective of them. Just like the other incident, it all happened so quickly it was hard to know who pushed whom and when or why. We may never know exactly how it all started, I am just glad that it is over."
Cynthia said it wasn't only until the group spa when Kandi and Cynthia apologized to each other, "Kandi apologized to the group at the spa for her behavior, and I apologized to her for getting in her personal space and for Mal pushing her. With these ladies it's always a matter of time before you bump heads with someone. So I guess it was me and Kandi's turn." Cynthia added, "It kind of sucks, because Kandi and I have always been cool with each other and have never really had an issue. Just like she said that she likes me, I also like her. So that said, I apologize and accept full responsibility for any part of wrong doing that I contributed to on that night. I apologize on behalf of Peter and my sister as well. I hope that Kandi and I are big enough women to eventually move past this foolishness. I guess you will have to keep watching to find out. Oh yes, when Kandi says that I wouldn't bust a grape, she was 100% correct. I do not and will not ever physically fight another woman."
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