Cynthia Bailey slammed Kenya Moore and Phaedra Parks' two-year feud, and said she was happy they finally let go of the endless "toxic and negative" energy.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta star wrote in her Bravo blog that her favorite part of the trip to the Philippines was when Moore and Parks had their heart-to-heart talk.
"I love closure, therefore I really appreciated seeing the two ladies talk, cry, apologize, hug, and hold hands to pray," Bailey claimed, and said their feuding had gone on much longer than it should have.
"Two years is too long to hold onto energy that is toxic to your spirit and soul," she wrote. "Sometimes you just have to let things that no longer serve you positively go and move on."
For the first time in a while, Bailey was upbeat and optimistic about the actions of her co-stars.
"I applaud both ladies for their efforts," she said. "Their gesture was uplifting and great for the morale of the group. I am happy for both of them."
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