Kenya Moore has never had it easy on RHOA. The way she twirled into our lives on her first season was a bit too much for most of us. She was all “Look at Me!” and a bit on too kooky. I posted every week that I could not wait for her to get off my TV. The housewives weren’t taken with her either. It was a very rough entry into the franchise. Then something changed. I don’t even remember what it was about her second season. Maybe it was editing. Maybe the others just reminded us of all the things we don’t like about them. But a lot of us came around and started liking Kenya. Hey, we’re entitled to change our minds. It’s happened before.
This season, Kenya seems to be all in her feelings and we are sort of ready for this to pass and see her return to her place of strength and claim her vindication. I think this blog is Kenya finally laying the truth out there. She sees the motivation of the other women to bring her down. She gets the game. She’s putting it out there and now she is done.
Click through to read all of Kenya’s truth.
When Phaedra Parks learned of Apollo’s admission of his lies, she immediately said she owes me an apology. Yet, after her spa day, NeNe asserted that Apollo’s lie was a lie citing that Apollo is likely trying to hurt Phaedra. This rationale makes no sense. Firstly, I am the last person to attempt to understand how Apollo’s mind works. But if I were going to prison for 8 years and my only lifeline is my wife, why would I try to hurt her? Phaedra has his sons, who he desperately wants to see. She is also responsible for his affairs and she can make his life more comfortable while incarcerated. Therefore, she holds all the cards. In my opinion, his wife would be the last person he would try to hurt now.
NeNe would like you all to believe I am not a truthful person. She made it a point to tell the world she believed my Season 5 boyfriend when he said I made up the relationship. No one questioned why he would say what he did. They chose to believe him without any substantiation of his claims whatsoever. With that said, my family and my real friends knew of our status and Kandi even reluctantly admitted that she believed we were in a relationship that went bad. Point being, it wasn’t a lie.
NeNe also said my African Prince, whom she met in LA and joked about meeting in a scene, was a fairytale. She did however met him in Los Angeles and was very rude and nasty to him — no surprises there. But according to her, I’m not truthful.
Apollo stated he saw me at a party in LA and then I showed up at his hotel. If I had been at a party, why didn’t ANYONE see us there? Why couldn’t he name the party or location or even a date this took place? If I were at a world famous hotel in LA or a swanky party, someone would have seen us there and taken photos. Additionally, there are no phone calls nor text messages between us at all during that alleged time. Why? BECAUSE IT WAS ALL A LIE.
Unfortunately, the women on this show have tried to paint me as a crazy, drunken, delusional, wanton hussy and liar, none of which I am. What I am is a woman who has made mistakes and will continue to do so as I grow. What I am is a woman who doesn’t want to hurt families or break up happy homes. What I am is someone who is strong. What I am is a woman who will continue to be an eternal optimist and pray for those who try to harm me. What I am is not a victim. What I am is human.
I think this the sort of letter we all should write to ourselves at some point. And then just let it go…