In a recent interview with AfterBuzz TV, Kenya accuses her RHOA costars of plotting against her to keep viewers from liking her.
Reality Tea writes:
“You can’t know everything about a person in 45 minutes or in shooting in a four to five month period,” adds Kenya. “That’s kind of impossible. Is it honest? It’s honest at times; at times, it’s not. When you have other people on the show, other castmates, that are being narrators to your story, that is what changes what you actually see. You could see something and go, ‘Yeah, she was right in that.’ But then you see the confessionals – ‘oh, she’s a villain’ or ‘oh, this is Mike Brown’ – and you’re like what?! Some people fall into that trap, and other people that are thinking go, ‘No, that’s not what I saw.’ Then there’s editing involved too. You can’t see everything.”
Kenya uses Miami as an example and stresses that there was A LOT more to Glen‘s behavior than we saw on the show. “I did the right thing,” she adds about asking him to leave. “I protected everyone that was there. Again, it was so much you didn’t see. I was very uncomfortable and I felt like it was going to get worse.”
On why her co-stars said after-the-fact that Glen‘s behavior wasn’t a big deal, Kenya surmises, “It was them trying to vilify me. Had it been anyone else, they would have been in full support of my decision to ask him to leave. But they try so hard to make me the scapegoat or make people or viewers not like me.”