Kenya Moore

Kenya shares her side of the finale blowout.

on Apr 1, 2013


I love me some NeNe, but she did not hesitate to “kick us out” of her house party that we never got in to. I listen, but I don’t have to always agree. However, I appreciate and respect her opinion. In this case, I felt that I should have merely asked “Dorothy” to leave rather than have her escorted out. I have always apologized when I feel I have been wrong. (Phaedra, Cynthia, Anguilla).  Yet, I have NEVER received one apology from someone who called me “whore, trash, raisin face, old, ashy” and taunted me throughout the year often laughing at the unfortunate demise and pain in my relationship, even invited my ex to a party, insulted me after I was uncomfortable at the shameful spectacle made at her charity event I politely left, told I was on the curb where I should be… In any event, I realize that I am a bigger, more reasonable, and more accountable person. Life’s experiences have immeasurable value. I would be insane if I did the same thing over and over and expect a different response. I cannot expect more from someone that only wants to win at all costs. They will lose every time in life. We are all culpable for our actions. I own up to mine.


Agree or disagree, love or hate me, like or dislike my choices -- you are engaged, you are entertained, and you have been significant in my journey. With that said, my journey is my own. My life is my own. My consequences for my actions are my own. My existence in the world is my own to create. I thank you for challenging me on my decisions, actions, and often over-the-top and dramatic reactions. Thank you for helping me look inside myself and challenging me to be a better person, better friend, better businesswoman, and better mate and a better mother and wife to be. My life is evolving before your eyes and mine, and I appreciate all the contributions and constructive opinions and heartfelt advice from all the viewers.