Kenya Moore Calls NeNe Leakes a Moose & Defends Speaking on RHOA Marriages

Photo Credit: Bravo
Photo Credit: Bravo

By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

This season the gloves are surely off when it comes to Kenya Moore and NeNe Leakes. Even though both appeared to put the charity fiasco and Bailey Bowl drama behind them enough for the Mexico trip, it’s clear on social media that both of the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” stars don’t care for each other too much at this point.

In Kenya’s most recent Bravo blog, she actually calls NeNe a moose:


What grown woman threatens her friend to discontinue being friends with them because they don’t like him or her? I felt bad for Marlo, because she was always a good friend of NeNe’s and her biggest supporter and she really hurt her feelings. And the way she cursed out Cynthia who simply tried talking to her about Marlo… I thought her stripper days were behind her, but she is really showing her a*s. They are both better off without her.


Kenya then sets her fury on Phaedra Parks and also defends her right to speak on other people’s marriages although she’s never been married and then of course there’s that whole Walter situation:

I love it when people criticize me for inquiring or commenting on someone’s marriage when I’m not married. Well, I don’t have to smoke crack to know that crack kills; I don’t have to jump off a bridge to know that I can drown; and I don’t have to marry someone for the sake of being in a bad marriage so that I can say I’m someone’s wife. A ring doesn’t define me. Call me a hopeless romantic, but I’d rather be unmarried or in a loving relationship than be in an arranged marriage or with someone who acts as though they can’t stand me half the time.

Phaedra’s immature name-calling is as tired as her blaming me for Apollo’s whorish ways. She has unjustly targeted me for her miserable marriage and unfaithful husband often calling me “manless.” Taking a page from her playbook, any woman can get a man, all they have to do is visit a prison yard and get pregnant. I’m not the other woman for her to hate. In fact, she should be thanking me for not being interested in Apollo. I never was and I never will be. We know his eyes are never on her and that’s painful for any woman to experience. We have all been there and we all see who Apollo really is. Unfortunately, I don’t think she is capable of the truth or interested in facts, just slander.


  1. Kenya should really grow up. For her to be a former Miss USA, she is really making a fool out of herself on this show. And the sad thing is she has no idea how bad this hurts her chances of getting any work outside of RHOA.

  2. If NENE doesn’t want to be bothered w/a b-tch…she or anyone shouldn’t have to….NENE slap them pimples off her face….always got something yo say about someone’s appearance….

  3. I had so much respect for this woman before RHOA. Now I’m just embarrassed for her. She should have never agreed to be on the show. It’s ruined any legacy she had from 20 years ago.

  4. Oh Kenya please. You can’t speak on anyone else’s relationship or marriage not because you’re single, but because you have to pay men to pretend to be your man. You’re pathetic boo. You can call NeNe a moose all day but already she’s trumped all of your lackluster acting credits. Two major shows on one major network. That trumps all your straight to DVD movies, and one liners in real movies. Accept that a former stripper has done better than you hon. I know you’re mad, but it is what it is.

  5. She got the moose thing from the internet. Damn can Kenya not come up with any of her own reads? Everything she says now she got from some blog or forum. She’s so lame.

  6. It’s kind of sad that all Kenya and Marlo really have to “bash” NeNe is her looks and her wigs. Meanwhile NeNe keeps on getting the checks and doing things Kenya wishes she could do. It must suck to know her good looks and old a-s Miss USA title isn’t good enough to make her successful in 2014.

  7. I’m confused. So Kenya says Phaedra shouldn’t have married Apollo because he’s beneath her, but did Kenya not flirt with him her first season? Girl bye.

  8. Now Kenya, you don’t want to talk about looks considering how awful your skin is when you’re not wearing concealer.

  9. Kenya once again writes a whole entire blog about everyone else’s business because she doesn’t have a life of her own.

  10. Funny how Kenya’s blog always bashes Nene and the others after she’s had time to do some research and find some shade on the internet. But in front their faces she’s either unable to think fast enough, or trying to pull herself from vetween their a*s cheeks cuz she was kissing it so hard. I cannot wait for this reunion.

  11. I actually expected this juvenile behavior from a ghetto former stripper, but not from a Miss USA. I’m so disappointed in Kenya. I can’t believe how classless she’s become for the sake of ratings. I hope it’s worth it in the end, but I doubt it will be.

  12. She’s not all that herself though. And why are any of these black women ok with calling each other animal names and men when black women face these same labels by racists all the time? And she was Miss USA? Sad!

  13. If you manless, they have a problem. If you married they have a problem. Some people cannot hide jealousy, nor their life’s work. And what makes them more angry is that with him or without (a man), you will be fine. See they become dependent for various reasons. Some women just have to have ALL the attention; some women just like to argue over a man. They will always have a problem. And truth is to avoid all that he (the man) should come to you, but they will block that too. So you have to be the best you, you can be and go on! You will be waiting on something good to come your way and they will be stuck on stupid waiting for chaos and commotion. And it all, every bit of it, boils down to J E A L O U S Y!

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