She did get into some hot topics involving some of her current and former co-stars, though. Here's what she said:
On Kandi Kicking Porsha Out of Her Party:
"I didn't really have a side because they both told kind of different stories. I'm not on a side, let's put it like that. I'm not on a side. There's things that Porsha could have done differently, and there are things that Kandi could have done differently."
On Possible Reconciliation with Kenya:
"I'm not sure where Kenya and I went left. All I can tell you is that it was a strategic move on her behalf because, if you link your name with mine, you get a little press. That is the issue there. The door is open for Kenya and Phaedra in my world."
On Cynthia Saying She Wants to Marry Mike:
"Listen, I've been friends with Cynthia for a long time. Happiness is the most important thing, so I'm okay with that, as long as she's happy."
On Marlo Throwing Shade at the Newbies:
"Marlo's not being too shady. Marlo is a friend to the show and has been for a very long time, and her job is to come in and make things shake up a little bit! So we love it when she does that -- I just don't like when she do it to me."
On Exploding on Tanya and Her Relationship:
"What I was trying to get her to understand is that I'm her friend and a shoulder for her to cry on. I don't really care about what her and Paul are doing. I mean, I don't! I mean, I love them together and I have fun with them, but I don't care. I just don't care. It's not anything bad! I wasn't trying to be mean, but look, when people have stuff going on, leave 'em alone. Girl, I don't care about you and Paul. I love you and Paul. I'm sorry, but I don't care."
"The Real Housewives of Atlanta" airs Sundays at 8 p.m. on Bravo.