Kenya Moore

Kenya weighs in on the debacle at the pillow talk party.

on Jan 28

NENE ON ONE

I considered myself a friend and have always been respectful and supportive of NeNe on and off camera. I ignored all the warnings from the other ladies about how she turns on people she is threatened by or that she feels steals the spotlight from her. However, I give people the benefit of the doubt and had enjoyed becoming friends with her.

When I arrived at NeNe’s event, I heard her ranting outside the door for the entire room to hear. Once inside, she was acting so nasty towards me by personally attacking me. She hurled insults my way such as “you think you are fabulous but you are not, you can go home, etc.” It was clear it wasn’t merely because I was late. She had already set the stage with her pointed inflammatory questions and her obnoxious “I am the star” attitude. She was out of line and I saw little trace of the sweet NeNe that I had come to love hanging out with. What she hasn’t learned yet is that the higher a monkey climbs, the more it shows its ass.