Cynthia Bailey Offers Her Gratitude To Eva Marcille
'thanks @evamarcille for letting us invade your beautiful home today🌻@kandi @thekenyamoore#fundaysunday,' Cynthia captioned her post.
Someone said: 'They're still trying to find a way for Eva to be filmed on the show. That's cute,' and a follower posted this message: 'How's everyone doing with Nene?..I see she isn't there...I thought everyone was on good terms?.. no shade.. just asking.'
One other commenter posted this: 'Naturally gorgeous black Women I love you, I love us,' and a follower said: 'Boy, this is painful. In all the years of RHOA, I dont recall seeing a division like this. It seems it's not getting better but worse.'
Someone else wrote this in the comments: 'Awww. Glad to see you guys together stay safe in those Corona streets.'
A commenter said: 'I get so happy when I see all these ladies together. Real sistership,' and one fan posted: 'you Cynthia and such a cute pic but what happened to social distancing?'
Another follower wrote: 'Love all of you, all of you are beautiful ❤️❤️Keep Slaying Ladies.'
In other news, Cynthia Bailey penned a message in John Lewis' memory as you will see below.
‘“Be hopeful. Be optimistic. Never lose that sense of hope.”-John Lewis Rest in power. Thank you for all your hark work, leadership & service. My sincerest condolences to the friends & family of this great man🙏🏽 #rip #johnlewis #blackexcellence,’ Cynthia captioned her post.
As you probably know by now, John Lewis, a civil rights icon, a man who was also close to Reverend Martin Luther King and fought for 50 years to improve race relations in America, passed away at the age of 80 after a battle with pancreatic cancer.