Real Housewives of Atlanta star, Kenya Moore, has been all over the blogs lately, for allegedly getting “beat up” by castmate, Porsha Williams, at their season 6 reunion, but according to Kenya’s blog, a lot of what we’ve read lately, is untrue. Read below to see more of what Kenya had to say about the reunion, and last Sunday’s episode.
As many of you may know there have been many rumors circulating with respect to the recent filming of the RHOA reunion last week. Although there have been untrue and inaccurate photos, stories and accounts circulating, the truth will be revealed soon enough. I want to thank the concerned fans that have sent their well wishes and love. I thank you all for your concern and support. I am in New York working hard on another exciting project with some amazing people who all rallied together and supported me amidst the rumors
Friendships are reciprocal. There will be moments when you disagree or cross a line and say or do something offensive or hurtful to someone you truly care about. With that said, it’s never appropriate to disrespect your friend’s husband by calling him a “bitch” or any derivative thereof. Cynthia would never call Gregg a bitch nor tell him he is acting like one-even if she believes that to be true. It’s clear that NeNe does not respect Cynthia’s feelings, her husband, or the boundaries in their five-year-old friendship.
It’s amazing that we have the resources that we do today. Had there been the resources available to us today when I was born to 16 year-old parents in the ’70s things may be drastically different now. I have never had any animal growing up, never had a hamster, bird, dog, or cat. When I adopted Velvet, whom I affectionately call my puppy baby, it was the first time I ever had to take care of any living being in my life.
Clearly, a dog is not a child and can never be mistaken as one. Speaking as someone who travels weekly, works constantly, and come and goes as I please, a puppy was a huge wakeup call. Having a child is drastically different and life changing. I wanted to be responsible and knowledgeable about the process and the programmed baby doll would be a formidable challenge. I took the process seriously as all mothers to be should. Perhaps if we had more sobering steps such as the programmable baby doll tool, there would be less unwanted pregnancies and abused children in the world.
Thoughts on Kenya’s blog?