Kenya Moore Rants About Trespassers Grabs Gun

RHOA star Kenya Moore had quite the surprise over the weekend.

Kenya posted multiple videos on Instagram ranting about a group of strangers who jumped over her fence and knocked on her front door.

“Look, there’s only one way to say this—Imma get real real wit’ y’all right now. I just had three motherf*ckers come to my front door and knock on it. I didn’t know who they were. They climbed over my fence where I live and came and thought it was a good idea to say, ‘Hi, Kenya!’ Like, bitch, you are on my motherf*ckin’ property and you are trespassing, because you climbed over my fence to get over here,” she explained. “Even though it’s under construction, bitch, you can’t crawl over it to get to me.”

Here Instagram videos are below.


People are crazy AF!

A video posted by Kenya Moore (@thekenyamoore) on

Kenya posted two still photos she had captured from her security cam footage. “They were driving a white car. The female was recording on her phone the entire time,” the RHOA star said wrote. “They told someone! Turn them in anonymously and if it leads to their arrest you will get $1000 each. It is never ok to violate anyone this way. It is not funny. Men showing up at your door is an immediate threat. Things could have ended badly and all 3 will be criminally prosecuted.”

$1000 REWARD if you can identify any of these 3 individuals of criminally trespassed on my property yesterday. These are the first screenshots but my security is pulling the footage from other cameras. They climbed over a wall in order to circumvent my security gates and wall being bricked. Please email: They were driving a white car The female was recording on her phone the entire time. They told someone! Turn them in anonymously and if it leads to their arrest you will get $1000 each It is never ok to violate anyone this way. It is not funny. Men showing up at your door is an immediate threat. Things could have ended badly and all 3 will be criminally prosecuted. #nottoday #receipts #mooremanor

A photo posted by Kenya Moore (@thekenyamoore) on

Photo Credit: Bravo


26 Replies to “Kenya Moore Rants About Trespassers Grabs Gun”

  1. Rant my a**. Three uninvited strangers jumping security gates to trespass and make their way on foot down a long hill drive to get to someone’s FRONT DOOR is trespassing PERIOD. I’m getting sick and tired of nut cases thinking that in today’s world there are little boundaries for people’s private spaces and zero consequences for crossing them. I don’t care if a person is a public figure or tv personality, the entitlement the public feels to have unlimited access to others at all times is sickening: learn to respect personal space. Reality TV is is getting too many people with too much time on their hands twisted in the head about simple right and wrong; if that’s the road some actively choose to travel and they end up with a bullet in the butt for breaking the law, then that will be for them to deal with in the end, literally. Growing up in the US I remember a few times in the 80s, neredowellers jumped the gates of my family’s house with intent to break & enter, and my mom and dad, ever the tag team, were ALWAYS side by side on the ready with their 3 best friends Smith, Wesson, & Baretta to protect their family and home from harm. I cannot abide people who believe they have the right to violate others in privacy, property, OR person, and hope Moore stays strapped like Charlie’s Angels 3.0 to protect herself against ANY threat as is her right.

    1. There was no reason for her over reaction except plot for her social media accounts and a little attention. Maybe someone will offer her a movie deal after seeing her holding that gun and talking about bustin caps. Transparent.

    1. Now Kenya is many things not nice, but the property and the work she put into it definitely is nice, as is the area where she lives. Atlanta is a very green city, with upscale suburbs that have plenty of rolling hills and trees. She is not living in the middle of a forest, and the issue is not security rather than trouble makers who don’t understand personal boundaries and breaking the law. I don’t care how unlikeable she is as a show villain, no woman or any person for that matter deserves to have their personal space violated. These were punks looking either for trouble or social media notoriety ( the latter unfortunately being heavily rewarded in today’s world) which people actually believe is their right (ummm, wrong), not comprehending that the person they choose to violate has the REAL right to protect themselves. If we are a society hi-fiving this kind of behavior it is collectively time for us to re-examine ourselves.

      1. I didn’t high-five anything, I just don”t care. And if I did care, in your logic, shooting people who climb your fence would be okay I guess………. think about that too.

        1. Damned right. If you have the balls to hop security gates & trespass on my property I don’t know what your intentions are, and I’m certainly not waiting to find out. Take your chances if you dare.

  2. Kenya is absolutely freaking nuts. People who intend to hurt you don’t scale a fence to knock on your door. The scale the fence to break in and kill you or whatever it is they are there to do. I think the gun and being safe were the right choice, but I think her “rant” is a threat and it was unwarranted. They way she puts it she doesn’t need to be responsible for handling a weapon.

    1. Bull skit that’s not their intention. Like I said before, I’ve been in the unfortunate position of of being in attempted home invasions, and in many cases that’s EXACTLY how they start out. Let the rant be a threat or whatever else anyone wants to call it, but at least it is abundantly CLEAR that is is a WARNING, and those that willfully choose to ignore that WARNING will be dealt with accordingly as is a homeowner’s right to protect themselves against potential threat, period.

      1. You don’t know who those people were or why they were knocking. Knowing her games they already got their $1000. For their role as trespassers 1, 2, & 3.

        1. Sweetie I have both my license and training, and come from a family of marksmen, several of whom who are or have been public servants going back to the 1970s, so I understand VERY well that guns are neither toys nor props, as well as understanding the laws of the states in which I have resided through the years. I am also, most unfortunately, intimately familiar with the trauma of stalking, as well as the trauma of dealing with female loved ones who have survived B&E’s, muggings, gang rape, and kidnapping, and consequently have been an advocate for and public speaker on behalf of women’s safety issues and self defense since 1989, so I have a zero tolerance policy on this issue, point. blank. period. My opinion on the matter stands.

          1. Ok so you’re knowledgeable about weapons, that doesn’t mean Kenya is. I’m not your sweetie, so don’t patronize me. No one without such training should possess a fire arm especially when they are unstable. I expect such a trained expert to know these things.

                1. Exactly ! It’s all just ‘opinions’ . So she’s as entitled to hers as you are . So saying she’s not an expert applies to you too.
                  Not trying to be a bitch , just pointing out a flaw in your argument. Have a great day xoxo

            1. No one is patronizing you, and I never said I was a weapons “expert”. You, however, are claiming to know what Moore does in her time outside of filming to determine that she has no gun training and is unstable, which absolutely IS patronizing to women who have to worry about people who violate their private space, and is ill informed, if informed at all. I’m not trying to be mean, but this is a topic very close to me and I will always advocate for any woman to protect herself whether private citizen or public figure against threat to her person, property, or privacy. It is what it is, so peace be unto you, and may you never have to experience anything within the realm of stalking, harassment, or God knows what other sinister things people think they have the right to bring to your doorstep for kicks and a thrill.

                1. Hardly, Darling. I just have an experience set in real life with this issue where you clearly have none, and have chosen to express my opinions accordingly and they simply differ than yours. Now if your only comeback to a pointed response in a forum discussion that addresses women’s safety is to insult someone personally, rather than give a mature rebuttal against their ideas, then perhaps what YOU need is a better education. Peace.

                  1. I wasn’t insulting a person but rather this persona she has crafted for herself. She’s a mirage. Not real. She handled this situation by acting in an irrational manner. You replied to me not the other way around. Don’t get it twisted. Peace!

  3. Yes Kenya is slot of things like DOWAR said, but feeling safe in your own home is a right. We have a right to protect how we see fit. Don’t eff around at someone’s crib if they point a gun at your nose. Simple. I don’t like guns either, just saying hey hey.

    1. I hear you, Miss. In Europe I definitely have a feeling of security and safety that I dare say I don’t often feel at home in the US. While my initial introduction to guns was for sport shooting, both my parents were trained and licensed for firearms for as long as I can remember, but no one was certainly branding about weapons for fun. As a rule, I can absolutely do without them in the home, but if I were living full time in the States, I understand a persons right to protect their home, particularly women who are alone. I have too much real life experience with stalking ordeals, or other women close to me who are literal survivors of being violated in the most unimaginable of ways to make light of this subject. Also, Atlanta, though they have a pretty good standard of living with gorgeous residential areas, well the place can also be rife with thugs. Burlglaries and break ins are problematic there and particularly for celebrities, as they tend to mix more in local situations, making them appear somewhat accessible to everyone, which can blur the boundary lines of what fanatics think they are entitled to do with public figures. Otherwise, even for the private citizen, it’s a city where in one day all your glamorous fantasies of luxurious living can come true, and in the next moment you get shot at a stoplight, or raped & dumped in a ditch just because. I escaped a near mugging in broad daylight there, minding my business on my way to prop shopping at a thrift store. We live in times where women simply cannot take chances with others intentions. Therefore it’s strictly zero tolerance from where I stand.

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