Kenya Moore never has had a self esteem issue so naturally any issue that comes up with her is naturally thought of as ‘obsession.’ Such is the case with the epic Moore Manor/Chateau Sheree battle this season of RHOA.
Speaking with Bravo Kenya gives her thoughts on Sheree and why she thinks it’s obsession driving her involvement with Kenya.
Regarding Sheree, Kenya states: “it’s clear she’s obsessed with me. She had nowhere to go after the petty argument we had prior about her trashing my house. Therefore, she tries to go as far as sullying my reputation in Hollywood.”
“Those lies and low blows are just as tired as that wig contraption thing-a-ma-jig she had on her head. And for clarity, it did look exactly like Mama Joyce’s hair! I adore Mama Joyce; her hair looks good on her, and I would never come for anyone’s mother… But Sheree needs to stop pinching pennies and stop shopping at the dollar store for her wigs. I’m sending her a Kenya Moore Hair Care package as we speak.”
As for why she seemed to be super annoyed? Well Kenya has an answer for that too: “I was trying to make amends with Sheree, and all I could hear was them smacking and chewing with their mouths open.”
Someone she does have a better relationship with is Phaedra Parks who seemed to find a common ground in charity:
“We started this year off on a good note and are in a much better place. Phaedra had a hard time recalling that I’m a former Miss Michigan from Detroit, the second Black woman to be crowned Miss USA; and I placed in the top 10 in Miss Universe. I hold several titles and crowns from my pageant days. I also grew up without a mother, who was very abusive toward me, and I fought my way out. I can identify with those children, because I am those children. But I have to say what I’m most proud of is that I was also educated by schools for the gifted in Detroit and I give back whenever I can with my time and money. I was happy Phaedra wanted me to be involved.”
Kenya seems to be pretty confident and doesn’t seem to care when others have an issue with her. I think if she could acknowledge some of her short falls she would be much more relatable and have deeper friendships all around.