Kenya Moore Says Brandi Glanville Needs Rehab; Vivica A. Fox Calls Kenya A “Toxic Trick”

kenya moore and brandi glanville

In case you haven’t heard Kenya Moore and Brandi Glanville do not like each other. Their rivalry which started at the Bravo Upfronts when Brandi picked a fight with Kenya has escalated ten-fold on Celebrity Apprentice. Cause you know gotta famewhore for The Donald

After Brandi tossed a glass of wine on Jeff Lewis during a recent WWHL showing (which was prompted by her tossing a glass of wine on Eileen Davidson), Kenya got on her high stallion and accused the Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star of needing rehab. Probably! 

The latest round started with Brandi continuing to call Kenya’s hair fake – even though Andy Cohen verified it was real. Then Brandi went further describing Kenya as “pure evil.” Adding, “I didn’t know that Kenya Moore had fans. I really didn’t.”


Since Kenya was chilling on the twitter, like a snake in the grass, just waiting to strike, she coiled up her hair (weave or real – do we really care) turned it into a whip and lashed Brandi something awful. 

“Thank you @JLJeffLewis for being honest. I f’ing live for you! #WWHL,” Kenya wrote “I guess that was another day she was drunk & high as a kite #WWHL @JLJeffLewis is reading her for the filth!!!! Just gave me life! #MyHero” 

After wine toss 2.0, Kenya chimed in with: 

Screen Shot 2015-01-09 at 10.56.49 AMScreen Shot 2015-01-09 at 10.55.26 AM

As for Celebrity Apprentice drama, Kenya, who considers herself above and beyond her competitors, believes Brandi was added just to illustrate Kenya’s braintrust power. “I think that Brandi was added to the show to be an irritant to me,” she told E! News. “And she really succeeded in that. But in order to call someone a competitor or rival, they would have to be formidable—and Brandi is not that.” 

Brandi still insists she and Jeff were playing a joke on Andy – who feels the moment was incredibly awkward, writing, “Live TV is really something….” 

Of course Brandi isn’t the only person Kenya is having issues with – she can add Vivica A. Fox to her growing list of enemies. Reportedly during CA Kenya stole Vivica’s cellphone and made nasty tweets from her account calling her menopausal and crazy. As a result Kenya was fired by Donald for being straight evil

Vivica admits she and Kenya started off friendly, but things rapidly declined as the competition intensified and the two “bumped claws.” Vivica explained, “Kenya is a very smart girl, but I think she makes crazy decisions.”

Something about the latest episode must have set Vivica off because she hopped on twitter and skewered Kenya calling her a “Toxic Trick” – is that better or worse than “WhoreMoore,” or my personal favorite “Krayonce”? 😉

 Vivica was incensed that Kenya showed up late for the first challenge – and shared why. 

Screen Shot 2015-01-09 at 9.24.09 AM

Kenya added flames to the fire when she insulted Vivica’s project management job in another tweet. “So much they are cutting out in these episodes #CelebApprentice @ApprenticeNBC btw I created all the visuals for @luvoinc and the slogan,” Keyna complained.

Vivica shot back at Kenya for stealing her cell phone, which the Supreme Excellence of Geraldo confirmed!Screen Shot 2015-01-09 at 9.23.57 AM

“#ToxicTrick is a thief n a liar #IJS #TwirlOnThat,” Vivica continued.

Kenya didn’t respond she just posted a few instagram photos about refusing to deal with negative people. 


Siiiiiiiiiiiiigh – this is my whole problem with Kenya. She does all this ridiculous crap, says horrible things, makes accusations, goes WAY TOO FAR and when people retaliate she accuses them of being hateful, negative, jealous, or unfairly targeting her. She can dish it, but then whines and cries when people try to make her take it. The victim act is so tiresome. In fact, Brandi does the same thing – no wonder these two nightmares don’t get along!

Furthermore – if this many people routinely have problems with you, it probably says something about YOU. Just some advice Krayonce and Boozdi


 [Photo Credits: Charles Sykes/Bravo]