Kenya Moore thinks Marlo Hampton is being protected by RHOA producers.
“Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kenya Moore has a lot of fans talking on social media. She recently had plenty to say during an interview with Carlos King. And she opened up about her issues with the current season. Kenya doesn’t feel like she’s being treated fairly by the producers. In fact, she thinks a lot of her scenes have been edited out. Kenya also believes Marlo Hampton is having a very different experience. In fact, Kenya alleged producers are editing things in a way that benefits Marlo tremendously. This is intentional, in Kenya’s opinion. Kenya is convinced producers are working hard to protect Marlo.
Considering Marlo isn’t on Kenya’s good side as of late, Kenya didn’t hold back her feelings about Marlo when Carlos brought her up.
She said, “You’re over here 6 weeks in, and you’re picking fights with Kandi that make no sense. After that ended and the managers got together and said let’s figure out a storyline and then you find Scotch Bright. You find Scotch Bright to sit up here and play your boyfriend. Okay, so that’s your new storyline. You’re so soft and gentle now all of a sudden.”
Marlo Hampton isn’t being real according to Kenya Moore.
Kenya added, “You’re so pink inside. It ain’t making sense. The math ain’t mathing. And everybody can see it. In fact, so many comments are like who is she blowing on production? What is happening?”
Carlos went on to ask, “Is Marlo being favored or protected?”
And Kenya answered, “Of course, yes, absolutely. That is what has taken the wind out of me this season. In part because it’s like no matter what I do, I was never protected. And that makes me ******* angry as a housewife. I was never protected.”
She continued, “I was always the one that everybody came for. Production was like we don’t GAF. And I got all the smoke. And I got no protection. You are sitting here making somebody who Season 1 lied about everything, including to everybody’s face about using the f-word. I didn’t say it, I didn’t say it, I didn’t say it…the f-bomb.”
Carlos interjected, “Yeah, yeah. The gay slur.”
Kenya had more to say, “Swore up and down she never said it. Until somebody had to produce the footage where she said it…If you’re gonna come and really show your life, show your life. We know the facts beyond the facts at this point. We don’t even have to say it. The money cannot be verified. The dates cannot be verified. The timelines cannot be verified. But that’s not what we’re talking about. We’re over here talking about Kandi and a restaurant.”
She continued with her point, “Then after that failed, then you’re over here chasing me around restaurants that got conveniently cut out. Group scenes, all kinds of scenes of mine conveniently got cut out, storylines of mine got cut out. But somehow an angel with foster care scene turns up and that makes the cut.”
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