Kenya Moore Responds to Shereé Whitfield's Criticism of Moore Manor with Even More Shade

The #RHOA entrepreneur doesn't think her castmate should be throwing stones.

Sunday night's Season 9 premiere of The Real Housewives of Atlanta gave us the home moment we've all been waiting for — well, one of them, at least. 

Kenya Moore finally unveiled her new crib to her fellow Georgia Peaches and RHOA fans alike during a housewarming party for Moore Manor. And just like in last season's premiere episode, Shereé had a lot to say about the newly-built abode, judging its construction and saying that the home is as big as Chateau Shereé's master suite. Some of Shereé's comments were made to the party hostess' face while others were not. Either way, Kenya let Shereé have it on Twitter during the episode. 

Kenya said Shereé should not have been throwing that much shade when she still doesn't live in Chateau Shereé after five years of construction.

 

The RHOA entrepreneur also accused Shereé of being in a bad financial situation.

 

Though some questioned Kenya's decision to throw a housewarming party when there was still work to be done on Moore Manor, she defended the choice in a post published on Instagram Monday. "Thank you #RHOA fans and #teamtwirl for all the well wishes on the completion of #mooremanor. You followed me through my entire journey when my house was just sticks and had no electrical, plumbing, heating or cooling, floors, hell, I didn't even have a front door," she captioned a photo of her kitchen. "Now my 7200 square foot #modernhome is COMPLETED. Yes, I rushed to do my housewarming but I gave the people what they wanted and they wanted to see #mooremanor."

 

It looks like Shereé's shade may be the least of Kenya's worries during her housewarming party, which we'll see during next Sunday night's episode of RHOA at 8/7c. For now, sneak a peek at the drama to come, below.

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