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Kenya Moore Has a Major Update on That Friend Who Walked Out of Brooklyn’s Birthday Party
The RHOA cast member also revealed what we didn’t see of Shereé Whitfield and Drew Sidora’s drama at the tea party.
Kenya Moore threw the sweetest tea party to celebrate daughter Brooklyn Daly’s third birthday in the May 15 episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta. However, things quickly took a shady turn when Kenya decided to ask all the ladies to spill the best tea they have on someone.
Though some of the women were a little confused by the decision to play such a shady game at a children’s party, Kenya defended the activity during an appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on May 15 (clip above). “It was fun tea! It was fun shade,” Kenya said of her intentions for the game. “It was supposed to be someone sleeps with a teddy bear, or someone, you know, drools when they kiss. Something simple.”
Everyone almost spit out their tea after hearing some gossip about Kandi Burruss, in particular. Though Kandi denied the tea in question during the episode, Andy Cohen was more interested in getting to the bottom of which Georgia Peach was the one to write it down. “We kind of got to it,” Kenya said on WWHL. “It was someone that wrote with an orange marker, and there was only one person there that had an orange marker, I think.”
“Does her name rhyme with Arlo?” Andy followed up, presumably referring to Marlo Hampton.
Kenya laughed and said, “Maybe.”
But Marlo denied spilling that tea, tweeting during this episode of WWHL, “It wasn’t me,” along with the eyes emoji.
Believe it or not, things became even more jaw-dropping when the subject of Shereé Whitfield and Drew Sidora sharing an assistant came up. As the ladies failed to see eye to eye on the matter, one of Kenya’s friends thought the conversation wasn’t really appropriate for a kids’ party and walked away.
Kenya gave an update on that friend during her appearance on WWHL. “She hasn’t been able to, I think, return my calls,” Kenya said, before agreeing that the partygoer “was not wrong” in her feelings about the argument.
Later in this episode of WWHL, Kenya had one more spot of tea to spill about Shereé and Drew’s conflict at Brooklyn’s birthday party, sharing that there was even more to it that we didn’t see on RHOA. “It got really, really nasty,” she said. “Someone called someone a witch and was talking about a facelift. It was a lot.”
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