Kenya Moore believes Bravo made the right decision by not having Ramona Singer at BravoCon following her N-word controversy.
“I’m a very honest, straight shooter. She’s never been my favorite. I think it was the right decision for her not to be here,” the 52-year-old said. “[Bravo] is inclusive of everyone, and if you have someone that represents that network that’s going against the entire foundation it is built on, they don’t need to be here.”
As for the allegations revealed about Ramona Singer in Vanity Fair‘s recent expose, Kenya Moore admits she wasn’t shocked by the revelations as she’s known about them for years but never publicly commented on them.
“I kind of knew a lot of it, but I just never spoke publicly about it,” she shared.
In Vanity Fair‘s article, it was alleged that Ramona Singer used the N-word in a conversation with a black crew member while filming season 13 of the Real Housewives of New York.
As this bombshell claim made its way around social media and the internet, Ramona Singer attempted to clear her name, but that has seemingly backfired in her face.
When Page Six contacted Ramona for her reaction to the allegations made in Vanity Fair’s article, she wound up using the racial slur once again.
“And the word I used was ‘NWord’ Not n-g…,” Ramona texted a Page Six reporter.
When it comes to Ramona’s alleged racist remarks on RHONY, a source tells Us Weekly that her comments “were not directed at anyone” in particular.
“She is not a racist,” the insider continued. “Ramona and Eboni had their ups and downs, but she never wanted problems or issues with her. She always thought she was very bright and pretty and always wished her well. And she thought everything was OK between them.”
Ramona has also publicly insisted that she “never” used the N-word when talking with a black RHONY crewmember.
The Real Housewives of New York City is expected to return to Bravo for season 15 in 2024.