Kenya Moore On Wendy Williams! “The Mean-Girl Reputation Is Not Deserved!” Plus- Walter Was Seen At A Hawk’s Game With Another Woman?

Real Housewife of Atlanta, Kenya Moore, stopped by Wendy Williams to talk about the show, and how she is being portrayed. She says what you see is what you get with her, but she doesn’t think the mean-girl reputation is deserved. Kenya says at The Bailey Agency she did come across a little mean, but she’s a girl that will always support young black women, and never put them down.

Kenya also talks about her feud with Porsha. She explains it wasn’t Porsha mixing up her title that got under her skin. She says it started with their lunch, she felt Porsha was very intrusive and disrespectful. She continues to say that Porsha rubs her the wrong way, and she feels like Porsha is ruining her grandfather’s legacy.

Wendy goes on to tell Kenya that she doesn’t like Walter, and brings up the rumor that he was seen at a Hawk’s game with another woman. When Wendy asks if Kenya and Walter are still together, Kenya explains we will see it play out on the show.

Next, Wendy calls Kenya out for flirting with Apollo. Kenya asks Wendy, “How do you know Apollo wasn’t flirting with me?” Wendy goes on to say that she believes Phaedra, and Kenya tells Wendy she shouldn’t believe what Phaedra Says.

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