The coochie crack gay of Atlanta’s ‘Housewives’

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Some snap your finger, call security, coochie crack, “I’m not gay but that’s hot” moments made Sunday’s season premiere of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” one of the gayest yet, a welcome departure from Season 4’s faggot-gate drama. Here’s seven of the gayest moments.

And with “I sing for Obama” Miss Lawrence, a cameo by “Glee’s” head gay Ryan Murphy and newcomer and official shit stirrer Kenya Moore, this “RHOA” season may just set a new standard for keeping it real and gay.

But don’t get it twisted. The premiere also included Kim Zolciak rekindling her love affair with Chick-fil-A. You know, after she was disgusted by their anti-gay ways.


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