Kenya says “of course” she influenced Beyonce‘s “twirl on them haters” lyrics.
“She quotes me and my ‘gone with the wind fabulous’ after she came off of the Super Bowl when she did it a few years back,” continues Kenya. “I was just like, ‘My life is complete. I can die now. Beyonce used my signature phrase.’ I live for her. She can do no wrong. It is an honor to see that our show reaches such a vast audience including superstars and icons.”
When Heather joined RHONY back in 2012 she already had a lengthy and quite impressive resume. She was the founding design director for the Sean “Diddy” Combs label, and had also worked as a stylist with the likes of such A-listers as Jennifer Lopez and Beyoncé. After nearly 20 years in the biz, Heather decided to make some moves for herself. She had been noticing that there was a dire need for shapewear that was sexy, comfy and “yummie,” so she stepped out on a limb and launched her own line called Yummie, a brand of shape wear that has a patented three-panel system. The company has now expanded to include bras, panties, denim, leggings, active and the latest and greatest, loungewear.
Real Housewives of Atlanta’s resident ‘shade’ thrower, Kenya Moore, who has made no secret of her ‘narcissistic personality disorder’ has now taken the affliction to a new high. The former beauty queen is now comparing her looks to the late songstress Natalie Cole, who just passed away on New Years Eve at age 65 from congestive heart failure. Kenya actually posted a side-by-side picture of herself and Natalie on her Instagram account.
Natalie, a natural beauty who had hypnotic green eyes with a hazel starburst was long admired for not only her talent but for her looks. Even as a sexagenarian, Natalie was still stunning with a figure she maintained in perfect form. Kenya states in her Instagram post that folks have long thought she resembled Natalie which she considered to be a compliment:
Our favorite reality TV stars cannot get enough of the spotlight during their regularly scheduled time slots, so they take to social media to share even more of their lives with us. And we would not have it any other way. Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite snapshots and selfies from this week. Enjoy.
Love her or hate her, you cannot deny that Kenya Moore isn’t afraid to speak her mind. Personally, I really enjoy the oh so shady and slightly unbalanced Real Housewives of Atlanta star. <backs away slowly> I’ll show myself out for that admission, but before I go, I leave you with The Name Game with Kenya.
When asked what first comes to mind about NeNe Leakes, Kenya mimicked her egomaniacal RHOA co-star, “Oh, honey. NeNe Leakes, honey. When you talk about NeNe Leakes, see, I’m above all these women, see. I am part of Real Housewives of Atlanta, see, but I have evolved. I am a rich bitch. OMG, I just pulled my wig off! Bloop!”
Kanye West is the male version of Farrah Abraham. Anytime either Kanye or Farrah give an interview, I get a headache trying to make sense of it! I sit and stare at the words, hoping they will unscramble themselves, but they never do.
Kanye talked to GQ shortly after his wedding. The result is what I have come to expect from Kanye, scrambled nonsense yet strangely entertaining.
Kanye compared his new wife, Kim Kardashian, to a dinosaur. Because she’s “cool” and “rarely seen” just like a dinosaur. Um, rarely?! First, when was the last time Kanye saw a dinosaur? Second, Kim can be seen 24/7 via Instagram.
Who doesn't love listening to Kris Jenner wax poetic about just how amazing Kim Kardashian's wedding was to tiny rapper Kanye West? I know I can't get enough of it. However, I've been waiting for her to tackle the real hard-hitting issues from the ceremony and reception.
I don't care about the golden porta-potties or the tantrums, I want to know about the things that really matter. I want to know how Kris felt about Bey and Jay skipping out on the tacky affair. I want to know what in holy hell Jaden Smith was thinking when he dressed in a silver Batman costume for the event. Really? I think it's time his parents decide to actually implement some rules with their children. Uncle Phil would be sorely disappointed. Rest in peace.