Kenya Moore Explains Why She’s Not a Bully
In a recent appearance on “Dr. Oz,” Kenya Moore disagrees when she is accused of being a bully on the show.
According to Kenya, calling her a bully isn’t fair because she doesn’t purposely set out to hurt other women.
Reality Tea writes:
Dr. Oz wonders about the way Kenya reacts to the controversial situations on Real Housewives Of Atlanta, and cites her interactions with Kim Fields. Dr. Oz wonders if Kenya’s behavior is considered bullying, as Kim previously suggested.
Kenya is adamant she only “reacts” to the other women targeting her. “I can stand up for myself and I don’t need to hurt anyone else.”
Obviously Kenya denies being a bully. “The definition of being a bully, is when you harass, to try intimidate someone, or intentionally hurt them. And I never do that.” Never? Erhm. [Insert Dr. Oz side-eye here]