Generally, one of the most explosive moments on The Actual Housewives of Atlanta are from the stunning discoveries offered by the actors or amusing minutes destined to be replayed on future seasons. However on the RHOA Period 8 get-together, Andy Cohen called out the RHOA for the gay reports regarding Kim Fields' spouse Christopher Morgan as well as the oblivious methods the cast has mentioned gay males as a whole. Regardless of a sustaining actors that's loaded with gay men, the RHOA regularly joke about their actors members' sweethearts or partners being gay, or making negative jokes like when Porsha told Kandi's friend Don Juan to \"secure his tampon\" when they were in a disagreement.
Before Andy chipped in, Chris addressed the reports Kenya started regarding his sexual orientation. Not just did he deny Kenya's effort to begin reports about his marital relationship, he additionally asked her consistently to point out where she came across these reports. While these un-cited rumors blew over fairly quickly on the otherwise pleasurable as well as enjoyable Jamaica journey, the conversation on the reunion swiftly became a lot more hostile. Kenya swears that she has no responsibility for the reports-- she was simply quoting what she asserts she \"heard,\" either from on the internet blogs or from people on Living Solitary (it wasn't completely clear in the hectic get-together scrum). Although Andy usually loves prompting dispute amongst the 'other halves, he was looking significantly uneasy regarding the way they started once more joking over the topic, raising the reasons for why they laughed at the suggestion of Chris being gay. And also, he quickly closed it down, motivating a round of authentic apologies-- from almost Kenya.
According to their declarations on the get-together and also their social media accounts, Kim and also Chris are still with each other as well as going solid, rumors or otherwise.
Chris went down the mic on the scenario with his final discuss the rumors: \"I have a lot of gay ... buddies, and also ... somebody's sexuality has nothing to do with their personality.\" As a Broadway performer as well as actor for years, it appears that Chris has learned a thing or 2 about just how the stigmatization of stereotypically \"gay\" habits can harm LGBT people. If only Kenya's \"two decades\" of experience in Hollywood showed her the exact same-- et cetera of the ladies, for that matter, might also stand to service their mindsets.