Bombshell Dropped During Latest Episode of ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’

During the episode, Shereé’s ex-husband Bob Whitefield revealed he has a third child.

Shereé Whitfield had her wig snatched (metaphorically) during the last episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta when her ex let his skeletons out of the closet.

Sunday's (August 20) episode featured a celebration hosted by Shereé to celebrate her son Kairo's first child, newborn baby girl Mecca Joie Whitfield with loved ones. But the reality star soon realized her ex-husband Bob Whitefield had hidden secrets of his own that were now on full display, as reported by Entertainment Tonight.

Bob arrived at the party with an unidentified woman that led several of the show's cast mates, including Kenya Moore, Kandi Burruss, and Sanya Richards-Ross, to question who she was.

But after deliberating amongst themselves, Shereé asked Bob for the truth, and he laid it on her, heavy. The woman in question was his daughter, Candice.

"So, before we got married, Bob said he had two kids," Shereé explained while doing a confessional video. "We then had two more kids. So 26 years later, come to find out, he has three kids."

But for the retired athlete, this information was not a priority for him to share during their marriage from 2000-2007. “We were on a need-to-know basis back then," he said, which led Kenya to respond, "But you were married to her!"

Kandi also asked, "Bob, at the baby reveal, you decide to reveal another baby?" he jokingly replied, "I thought it was apropos."

After, Bob suggested that Candice “started coming around later in life."

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