When she’s not twirling or instigating, Kenya Moore is all about throwing some shade on Real Housewives of Atlanta. Of course, Krayonce is all about some umbrella style shade outside of the show as well. This season, Kenya has shared some raw and personal moments with fans as she’s reconnected with her father while being shunned by her mother. Heck, she’s even got herself a new man (and he’s real!). However, that doesn’t mean Kenya is above donning some Cynthia Bailey shades while talking smack about her co-stars.
The reality star has a long history of clashing with the other ladies, but she’s been playing nice lately…until now. Kenya is now targeting newbie Kim Fields, and she’s sharing her opinion of the former Facts of Life star. Here’s a breakdown: Tootie’s a snoozefest.
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Speaking to Us Weekly, Kenya is hoping that Kim’s first season will also be her last. While the women started off on friendly terms (let’s be honest, Kenya was totally enamored with the idea of Kim in the beginning), things went downhill very quickly. Even though she apologized for her behavior towards Kim on the most recent episode, Kenya is singing a different tune now.
Citing Kim’s jealousy of Kenya (in what alternate universe??), Kenya reveals, “She’s living back in the Living Single days, the Facts of Life days, which was in the ’80s, and I just really feel like she’s walking around as though she’s in her heyday, and she’s not and really resents that I’m thriving on this show.”
Kenya adds that while she doesn’t have any say in who stays and who goes on RHOA, but she’s hoping that the higher ups will take note of her disdain. She admits, “It’s quite obvious with all of the girls, [Kim]’s not a good fit for the show. It’s not up to me — but if it were, X, X, X!”
We won’t be treated to a brand new episode tonight because of the Super Bowl, but you can relive the drama with a RHOA marathon…
TELL US – DO YOU AGREE WITH KENYA THAT KIM FIELDS SHOULD GO OR DO YOU LIKE HER ADDITION TO RHOA?
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