Phaedra’s been crucified in the media this week, after it was discovered that she completely made-up the drug and rape accusations about Kandi Burruss Tucker. She used her BFF Porsha Williams as a pawn in this RHOA game, and their relationship is fractured, most likely forever.
Bravo is done with Phaedra, who’s claiming that producers told her these lies, but because of her contract any attempt to use that as her defense was cut from the reunion.
Kenya Moore is basking in this Phaedra hate-session, and in a new interview on The Breakfast Club she fired off a slew of insults, and basically says, “I told you so” about Phaedra’s true colors.
“I knew it was all gonna come out because I think first of all Porsha didn’t have another play because she got all the heat for repeating it, even though we learned Phaedra made it up,” Kenya began. Preaching, “But you said it. So you have to be responsible for the things that come out of your mouth.”
Kenya called out Phaedra for her approach with Porsha Williams, and implied that she’s a hypocrite whose actions don’t back-up her words.
“I just feel like Phaedra was acting that she was concerned about Porsha, but she just threw her under the bus. So how can you be concerned about her, really,” she questioned.
Not only does she have strong opinions about Phaedra, but Kenya asserted that Porsha doesn’t deserve any sympathy; Kenya made sure to note this has nothing to do with their own personal history, and claimed she would feel this way regardless of who was involved. (I don’t believe that for one second, sorry Kenya!)
Kenya went on to attribute Phaedra’s consequences from this ordeal to “karma” for all of the shady things Phaedra’s done throughout the years; then she reiterated her accusations from years ago that Phaedra made up lies about her as well.
“No, I feel like she got what she deserved. I just feel like your lies will catch up with you, and I don’t believe in revenge and all that stuff. I just believe in karma. She started off telling lies about me. When we fell out about a workout video, all of a sudden I became an alcoholic, I became bipolar, I became all of those things,” she explained.
Finally, Kenya insisted that if asked, she would put her feelings towards Phaedra aside for the sake of the kids at her camp in Michigan.
“Honestly, I would. I would put my differences aside with her because it’s for the kids, so they matter more than she does to me. And it’s for a good cause,” she wrapped.
Some of Kenya’s points were spot-on, and others were just another way to up-sell herself; I’ll give it to her though, she outlasted both Phaedra and Apollo on RHOA!