It’s time to see what Kenya has to say to Miss Wendy Williams this morning. Kenya dropped by the studio yesterday to tape her interview for today’s show. According to her twitter she seemed to be feeling some kinda way about Wendy making fun of her skin during a recent hot topics. Unless Kenya got herself some Proactive, she may not be able to open her mouth about it. Also, because the interview is prerecorded, there will be editing involved. Kenya walks out in a stunning yellow bandage dress, looking good. Her boobs are too big for the dress but that is typical.
Wendy starts off by asking Kenya if she is mad at her. Kenya says “no, it’s a little thing,” and that everyone has a breakout from time to time. Kenya says she doesn’t think she deserves the mean girl label. She says she was just trying to be helpful at the Jet casting. Wendy sucks up a bit to get things back on track.
They talk about Porsha and the Miss America comment. Woah! Kenya just said that Porsha is single-handedly ruining her grandfather’s legacy. THEN, she said about Porsha, “Some people work for a living and some people Twerk for a living.” There was a huge gasp by the audience.
Wendy changes the subject to Walter. Wendy says she doesn’t like Walter. Walter was seen at a Falcon’s game with another woman. Readers here know his contract was up after the show.Wendy is trying to cram in the questions and says she doesn’t like that Kenya flirts with Apollo. Kenya’s response was, “How do you know Apollo was not flirting with me?” Kenya clearly has no relationship with Porsha or Phaedra at this point. Her future doesn’t look good on the show unless she starts palling around with Nene. Kenya says don’t believe Phaedra when she says everything is fine with her and Apollo. Kenya says she loves Nene and that she is funny and great. Wendy checks Kenya’s hair for tracks and declares that she can confirm it is all Kenya’s real hair. And that’s a wrap.
It was one of Wendy’s better interviews even though both Kenya and Wendy were pretending to like each other throughout the interview. Lot’s of shade throwing and a bit of tea.