Kenya Moore Apologizes To Kim Fields; Admits Cynthia Bailey “Deeply Hurt” Her Feelings

The center of most of the tension on Real Housewives of Atlanta this week, Kenya Moore took to her blog to share her thoughts about Kim Fields‘ ego, NeNe Leakes‘ surprise return, and Cynthia Bailey‘s refusal to call her a best friend.

Kenya apologized to Kim, “I took things too far by pulling her chair. Although I didn’t touch her that could have gone in a very bad direction, and I thank God it did not. There is no excuse for my behavior and I am deeply embarrassed. I do wholeheartedly apologize to Kim.” Kenya apologized on Watch What Happens Live as well.


That said, Kenya made it be known that she is not a fan of Kim‘s self-righteous attitude. “I have always had the ability to read energy and see the subtle nuances in one’s behavior,” shared Kenya. “I have previously stated that she is often condescending, self-righteous, and judgmental. She tried to blame me for “provoking” the man who was threatening and aggressive with all the women in Miami; she has made nasty comments about Life Twirls On despite all the work and money that went into it and the immense love I received for it from fans and industry professionals; she judges and lectures all the women on some level.”

About Kim‘s husband, Chris, Kenya added, “Nothing is lost on my eyes and ears. Including her husband coming for me every episode calling Matt ‘a mutant I found off the street.’ Let the record show he came for me first and I didn’t send for him.”

“When Kim went to the room and ranted to her equally delusional husband, she stated ‘I’m Kim Fields!’ I think that says it all about what she thinks of herself,” said Kenya. “I’ve never heard Meryl Streep, Shonda Rhimes, Oprah Winfrey, or even Tyler Perry say something so arrogant. Who does she think she is?? Oh, that’s right…Kim Fields. Womp Womp.”

Moving on, Kenya said she was surprised to see NeNe, “I knew NeNe would be back, I just did not know it would be so soon and in Jamaica. I was so bored with the table that I almost didn’t notice her walk in.”

Kenya admitted that Cynthia‘s rebuff “deeply hurt” her feelings. “A true friend not only defends you in your presence but in your absence. This is a woman I have adored for over four years and I consider her my sister. When she denied me, it just felt a little too much like rejection, and I am all too familiar with that. I was surprised and crushed that she would treat me that way,” lamented Kenya. “She not only embarrassed me but deeply hurt me. I just hope our friendship is strong enough to withstand this test.”

There’s no denying Kenya acted a fool with Kim and Cynthia. I’ve seen tired, hungry, bored toddlers exhibit more self control than Kenya. I do agree with her assessment of Kim, however; I’m not a fan. I hope not to see her next season.


Photo Credit: Charles Sykes/Bravo

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