The revelation that Phaedra Parks was responsible for spreading the rumor that Kandi Burruss wanted to drug and take advantage of Porsha Williams shocked everyone. Well, everyone except Kenya Moore, that is.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta entrepreneur said she knew that bombshell was about to come out at this season's reunion during a recent interview with The Breakfast Club. "I knew it was all gonna come out because I think first of all Porsha didn't have another play because she got all the heat for repeating it, even though we learned Phaedra made it up," Kenya explained. "But you said it. So you have to be responsible for the things that come out of your mouth."
Kenya went on to say that she felt like Phaedra wasn't being genuine in her trying to comfort Porsha when she felt betrayed by her bestie. "I just feel like Phaedra was acting that she was concerned about Porsha, but she just threw her under the bus," she said. "So how can you be concerned about her, really?"
However, Kenya said she couldn't feel sympathy for Porsha in this situation, and it's not just because of their own past drama. "I wouldn't for anyone. You could put anyone in that situation. It could be Cynthia [Bailey]. If you had a loaded gun and somebody gave it to you, you chose to shoot that gun," Kenya said. "So, to me, I can't have sympathy for you because you knew what you were doing."
Phaedra noticeably did not say much after the truth came to light at the reunion, which Kenya said didn't bother her. "No, I feel like she got what she deserved. I just feel like your lies will catch up with you, and I don't believe in revenge and all that stuff. I just believe in karma," she said. "She started off telling lies about me. When we fell out about a workout video, all of a sudden I became an alcoholic, I became bipolar, I became all of those things."
But Kenya said that if Phaedra asked her to join her at her camp for the children affected by the Flint water crisis, as she did earlier this season of RHOA, she would be able to put their past differences aside for the greater good. "Honestly, I would," Kenya shared. "I would put my differences aside with her because it's for the kids, so they matter more than she does to me. And it's for a good cause."
Relive Kenya and Phaedra philanthropy in action, below.