The former beauty queen had no qualms about first addressing rumors that she came on to Phaedra's husband, Apollo. "Trust me, if he could have, he would have," she said. "We all know his reputation around Atlanta. He likes his extracurricular activities, but that doesn't have anything to do with me. I don't want any part of any married man, so let's just be clear about that."
She then went on to attack Phaedra for believing her husband's accusation. "Whatever woman would believe that lie, especially a woman that's supposed to be an attorney, has to be the dumbest attorney I've ever seen in my life to believe a story like that without any facts," she said. "To get on television and then slander me outright, that's hitting way below the belt, and she'll pay for that," she continued ominously.
And that's not the only 'wife Kenya thinks is lacking some common sense. She also addressed Porsha Stewart's recent admission that she thought the Underground Railroad was an actual railroad instead of a covert network of safe houses that led many slaves to freedom.
Kenya explained that Porsha's grandfather was famed civil rights activist Hosea Williams, before going on to say, "For her not to know anything about the Underground Railroad, which she should know more about it than any of us really, she should know it backward and forward…it's embarrassing. I almost feel sorry for her to be—I don't want to use the word 'dumb' but—dumb, and to show that to the world. We all make mistakes but the ignorance is something that's hard to deal with."
Watch Kenya go to town below.