Kenya Moore has been a lighting rod of controversy on The Real Housewives of Atlanta, but what has she learned from being on a reality TV show?
â€œBeing on a reality show really helps you to learn even more about yourself,” she tells Sheen Magazine. “You’re put in these awkward situations and difficult situations and it makes you reactionary, or at least I’m reactionary. I don’t pick a fight but I don’t run from any and I think that for me I’m a big communicator so my goal was always to defuse situations.”
“For me this season has been about getting back to doing what I do best and thatâ€™s being in front of and behind the camera,” Kenya reveals. “It’s been a great platform for me, just for the opportunities that have come my way and continue to come my way.”
“When people meet me one of the first things they always say is that Iâ€™m a lot sillier in person,” she shares. “I think I just kind of have a carefree personality and if you donâ€™t know me and you only watch the show, they show me as tough but Iâ€™m actually quite silly and fun. Iâ€™m a girlie girl. I think you’ll see it this season though because I have some real friends on the show that go back with me for over ten years; I think they bring out my real personality.”
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