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Kenya Moore "Got This Sentiment a Lot" From Fans About Season 13 of RHOA

The RHOA cast member answered a burning question about Cynthia Bailey's bachelorette party on WWHL.

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Kenya Moore Leads an Investigation After She Heard Sex Noises at 6 AM

Kandi Burruss was shocked to see Kenya discussing things that went down after the cameras stopped rolling.

The ladies might have returned home to Atlanta from South Carolina, but there are aspects of the dungeon-themed bachelorette party thrown in Cynthia Bailey's honor that still have everyone talking. One of those topics is Kenya Moore's investigation into what went down with the evening's performer, Bolo, later on in the night.

When Kenya appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on Sunday (March 7), she was asked by Andy Cohen via a fan question just that: "We got this sentiment a lot for you... If everyone agreed to the bachelorette party from the beginning, and Kandi [Burruss] said it was a no judgment zone and she stated what happens there stays there, why would you instantly start breaking their trust and their privacy by blabbing and calling people out while filming?"

Kenya's response? "Listen, at the end of the day, we are on a reality TV show, and we are at work. And if you choose to do something at work while you know that there are still cameras recording you, you know that there are eyes and ears in the home, and you know that you don't have friends everywhere, so I think you just have to be a little bit smarter than that. If you want to have freakish behavior, you need to do that in the privacy of your home. I think they just lost their minds and did whatever they wanted to do, not thinking there would be any consequences to their actions."

Cynthia shared her own take on the matter on WWHL last week: "I’m just going to stay with, at the end of the day, what happens in this group should stay in this group, but we have to talk about what happens in this group. That’s how it works... Well, here’s the thing. With this group of ladies, when we do something in this group, it’s tea! We always talk about it the next day. It’s always going to be a conversation, no matter what it is. I don’t think it was anything personal against anyone. I think if anyone was the topic of that conversation, we would talk about it.” 

Kenya's investigation has certainly been a hot topic this season and was one of the topics discussed on the The Real Housewives of Atlanta After Show. Above, you can hear more from Kenya about it, and below, the other RHOA ladies share their take on it.

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