Cynthia Bailey Offers Her Gratitude To Eva Marcille

Cynthia Bailey Offers Her Gratitude To Eva Marcille

Cynthia Bailey offered her gratitude to Eva Marcille for inviting her, Kandi Burruss and Kenya Moore at her crib. Check out the message that she shared and some pics from this past weekend.

‘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.