Kenya Moore Cancer Scare: Does Kenya Moore Have Cancer?

Photo Credit: Bravo
Photo Credit: Bravo

By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

The Kenya Moore cancer scare is supposed to be the main focal point of the next episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta. The new reality star and former Miss USA has already proven to be the season’s breakout star, and ultimately, the reason why the series has the highest ratings its ever had and the main reason Kim Kardashian’s new show with her sister Kourtney isn’t doing so well. And thanks to Kenya’s ratings boosting dramatics, all of the ladies of RHOA might even get some nice increases in their salaries. But Kenya is still perceived as the mean girl of the show by many, and so perhaps it’s time to for her to look more human on the show.

On the next episode, Kenya undergoes a breast cancer exam, and the results lead her to take a biopsy. While Kenya won’t reveal the results or whether or not she has cancer to her Twitter followers, the latest gossip suggests that Kenya is again, faking for the cameras.

As we reported recently, it’s being said by folks in the Atlanta social scene that despite what Kenya’s been saying, her relationship with Walter really was fake. And now we’re hearing that Kenya might be using a serious illness such a breast cancer for camera time.

According to the gossip enthusiasts, Kenya does not have breast cancer and she’s using something as common as a biopsy to invoke sympathy from viewers since she’s basically beefed with everyone on the show.

Will the “scare” make Kenya look more human and relatable? We’re not sure. But we hope this isn’t true because breast cancer is too serious of an illness for Kenya to use it keep her star status on RHOA.

In the meantime, here’s a clip of the health scare we’ll see on the upcoming episode:


    1. I agree. To use such a serious health issue that affects millions of women just to attemp to gain fans is very sad. Is shows that she lacks class.

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