Kenya Moore

Kenya was grateful to be a part of Cynthia's first pageant.

on Feb 19, 2013


The beautiful thing about life is that it is constantly evolving. To evolve means to grow and progress beyond your comfort zone. After my breast cancer scare I see things in a whole new light. I believe you can only be content if you live life as you see fit and make no apologies for it. I don’t know the key to success, but the key to failure is trying to please everyone.

When Cynthia and I settled our differences in Anguilla I wanted to move on and past our misunderstanding and so did she. I also had to accept my own culpability that led to the falling out or minimally understand her point of view. Although we both threw quick jabs at each other, we never hit below the belt. We fought fair. Once we had our say, we could move on. Cynthia and I are just letting our guards down, but the more I get to know her, the more I realize how much we have in common. Having said that, I’m not a jealous or envious person, I truly want to see other women succeed, especially those who try to uplift other young women. When I learned of Cynthia’s pageant, I just wanted to help. Whether she decided to allow me to participate or not, I was fine with her decision either way. My paramount concern was to support Cynthia for a wonderful cause.