Kenya Moore Accuses Shereé Whitfield of Giving "Alternative Facts" About Her Drama with Matt Jordan

"Shame on you Shereé," the #RHOA entrepreneur said.

The drama between Porsha Williams and Kenya Moore on The Real Housewives of Atlanta quickly shifted to Kenya and Shereé Whitfield. Shereé accused Kenya of provoking people, such as her ex-boyfriend, Matt Jordan, who displayed violent behavior this season. Kenya shot back, alleging that Shereé has her own experience with abusive relationships in the past, which she denied.

Kenya continued to defend her side of the argument and express her disappointment in Shereé on Instagram. "SHAME on you SHEREÉ! Shereé tried to antagonize me about Matt. 'Matt is breaking your windows.' We all saw Shereé bring up Matt breaking my windows," Kenya wrote. "No woman should be blamed for a man being violent or accused of provoking a man. A woman who had been abused before should know better than to say something that ignorant and ruthless."

The RHOA entrepreneur went on to say that she's always been very open about her own experience with domestic violence when she was 16 years old. "DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IS NO LAUGHING MATTER," Kenya wrote on Instagram. "I pray for Shereé because it is clear she is so obsessed with me she will say and do anything. Rewind. The truth is in black and white."

Kenya also accused Shereé of presenting "#alternativefacts" and called out her behavior on RHOA, such as when she shifted Kim Zolciak-Biermann's wig and pointed her finger in her and NeNe Leakes' face.

Shereé didn't have much to say about Sunday night's episode on social media, other than praising Phaedra Parks for the "great job" she did organizing the camp for the children from Flint and laughing at her ex-husband Bob Whitfield's appearance.

Relive that amazing moment between Shereé and Bob, below. 

 

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