Kenya Moore Says She’s the New Queen of RHOA

Photo Credit: Bravo
Photo Credit: Bravo

By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

Kenya Moore made it clear in one of her blogs that she did not like the fact that NeNe Leakes thinks of herself as the Queen Bee of “Real Housewives of Atlanta,” and Kenya even stated that she loathed the fact that NeNe stated that she felt she was above the rest of the girls at the charity fiasco.

But it now appears Kenya has no problems calling herself the new Queen Bee.

In fact, just hours after it was confirmed by ABC that NeNe will star in the upcoming season of “Dancing With the Stars,” Kenya took to Twitter to proclaim herself as the new queen of the hit reality show. She tweets (read tweets from top to bottom):

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We have a feeling NeNe wouldn’t agree with this tweet.

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  1. This is pretty sad. How does Kenya go from being Miss USA to competing to be the queen of a ratchet reality show? My how the mighty have fallen.

  2. Vanessa Williams needs to school Kenya on how to become a beauty queen who actually succeeds in life after winning the beauty contest over 20 years ago cause this ain’t it.

  3. It’s kind of pathetic that this is the best Kenya can do at this point of her life. I’ll take her seriously when she can at least get some more checks outside of RHOA. Say what you want about Nene but she knows how to diversify her checks. When will Kenya?

  4. I really wish Kenya would have never agreed to do this show. It has really downgraded her brand. Smh.

  5. She means she’s the new queen in her head. NeNe just booked another gig she said she wanted like last year. And I can tell Kenya is jealous NeNe is on DWTS because whenever one of the housewives gets more attention then her she tweets about that imaginary haircare line that is never going to come out.

  6. I love Kenya but she’s not the only one who made the show interesting this season. Between Kandi/Mama Joyce, Porsha and NeNe’s diva antics, this season has been one of the best so far. Sorry, I can’t say it’s all Kenya. It’s not at all.

    1. Kenya really believes that she raised the ratings, but that just shows she’s just as delusional as ever. I wonder what her excuse is for getting the lowest ratings on her WWHL interview with Andy. If you don’t know, you better ask Porsha or Nene.

  7. Why isn’t Kenya put as much effort as she does into RHOA into finding some real work? I thought that was the point of her doing the show in the first place.

  8. So she was so self righteous about NeNe calling herself the queen bee but now it’s ok for her to call herself the new queen? Kenya is such a fake hypocrite. Her fake outrage about others pulling the same dirty moves she does is annoying.

  9. Nope! That would still be NeNe Leakes, hence you not getting booked for anything since your imaginary “reign.” Sorry Kenya!

  10. I can’t stand NeNe Moose Leakes, but I won’t lie and pretend she ain’t still the head bish in charge. That was made clear by the way NeNe got booked for The View in a day’s notice and how Kenya couldn’t even get an invite after. NeNe is chilling with Naomi Campbell and Kenya is…tweeting. It is what it is. Maybe Kenya shouldn’t have burned her bridge with NeNe so fast. People love to hate NeNe, but she will keep those checks coming in and the industry likes her annoying behind. Why? I don’t know.

  11. BINGO!!! This is what it is all about. All the mess she has been starting especially with NeNe. She finally revealed her true intent. Everybody seen this coming a mile away it’s just she is blatantly speaking it now.

  12. Kenya needs to get a real agent, clean up her act on RHOA, and get some real work cause this ain’t cutting it.

  13. Maybe if Kenya was a housewife, she would be queen. Why is she even on the show? Either they need to change the name of the show or put some real housewives on it!

  14. I gotta say the girl knows how to push buttons an keep her name ringing bows the time to write a book an start a clothing line

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