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‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ Season 5 Spoilers: Cancer Scare Occurs on Feb. 10 Episode

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A vulnerable side of Kenya is seen on the Feb. 10 episode of “Real Housewives of Atlanta” season 5. The newest member of the show goes in for a biopsy after two lumps in her breasts were discovered. She talks about her experience when it came to her annual mammogram — it wasn’t the best of news when the doctor detected the lumps. In this “Real Housewives” episode, Kenya goes through the procedure of having a biopsy done with her aunt accompanying her.

Porsha plans an elaborate 40th birthday party for her husband, Kordell. It will have a Harlem Renaissance theme.

Kandi meets with her manager, Don Juan. He’s worried about her lack of focus lately.

Cynthia and Porsha get into a confrontation. Cynthia is unhappy with Porsha’s support for the pageant.

Another clip of “Real Housewives” spoilers show Porsha venting to her husband about the pageant project she’s going in with Cynthia on. Once again Kordell tries coaching Porsha on how to handle drama with her friends. He wants to help her solve the issues instead of just letting his wife vent. Porsha didn’t like how Cynthia’s assistant went off on her and believes it was Cynthia’s job to defend her. Porsha’s husband tries driving the point that she should stand up for herself and not wait for anyone else to do it.

Later on at Kordell’s party, he tries helping Porsha and Cynthia make some kind of peace in their relationship.

Episode 14 of “Real Housewives of Atlanta” season 5 will air on Sunday, Feb. 10 at 9 p.m.,ET on Bravo.



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