Real Housewives of Atlanta‘s Cynthia Bailey and her husband Peter haven’t been married for 6 months and already they are having some marriage problems over money. In an interview with blackvoices.com, Cynthia gives her opinion of Peter compared to Gregg and Apollo and that she CONTINUES to ask her husband where “her” money is. According to Cynthia, it doesn’t matter that they’re married – she wants the money she loaned him BACK!!
Peter and Cynthia
BV: Another thing that some people love about you, Cynthia, is how you’ve showed this whole phenomenon in which women give their men money to build their careers and sometimes it works out and sometimes it doesn’t. Do you regret giving Peter money for the restaurant?
CB: I support Peter’s vision and who he is. I supported his decision. I didn’t say I was going to partner with him. I said, ‘Oh you need this? I am going to give you that.’ It was a business transaction. That was his thing, and I was doing my thing. I thought no matter how much I was in love, I need to get my money back and they didn’t have anything to do with each other. I may be 60 and say, ‘Are you going to give me that money back from Uptown from 30 years ago?’ When you say I need to borrow it, it’s a loan. A loan is a loan. Nothing changed we just got married. I still want it back.
BV: Wait. You still asked him whether he was going to give you the money back?
CB: Yes! I just asked him yesterday. I don’t know when I am getting that money back, but he’s going to have to give me something.
BV: Your relationship is definitely different from Nene and Gregg’s. What are your thoughts on that?
CB: I do try to let Peter be dominant — not saying Nene doesn’t, but I think Nene comes across more dominant in that relationship, and I don’t know if that is actually the case. She comes across more dominant in terms of the show.
BV: Let’s keep it real. You have the only real strong-willed husband on the show. Phaedra’s husband, Apollo, follows suit with what she says, too.
CB: I think Phaedra has a lot of control in that relationship. It comes across like that on the show. I’m not trying to be negative with my castmates, but the dynamics of those three marriages are very different. I think with mine and Peter’s, he is the man in the relationship. I give him that respect. I think he is a complete jackass sometimes, but he wants to handle things well and to be able to pay for things and not stress me out about anything, but that just wasn’t our situation. I wish we could’ve been balling out the whole season, but it didn’t happen that way.
Read the Entire Interview Here: http://www.bvnewswire.com/2011/01/24/20-questions–model-real-housewives-atlanta-cynthia-bailey/