Bravotv.com: Did you think it was a good idea for Claudia to try stand-up comedy?
Kenya Moore: I think it’s a great idea. It’s something that CJ has always wanted to do, and she’s funny! She has everything it takes to do stand-up -- she’s unapologetic, brave, witty, and curses like a sailor sometimes! LOL! All she needs is to work out a routine. Trust me, between her life, the new girls, and all of the drama, she has plenty of material.
Bravotv.com: What was going through your mind during the therapy session?
KM: Even though I wasn’t officially invited, I came with an open heart and positive energy. I could feel NeNe’s negative spirit when I walked into the room when she rolled her eyes at the sight of me. Cut to her being mean about me asking for a hug to greet her. I thought that she clearly was not here to settle any differences. She framed the session at the restaurant stating I had the most issues with the girls and likely tried to set me up to get ambushed, you know, similar to last year’s reunion... But her plan failed this time.
Bravotv.com: Were you surprised NeNe walked out?
KM: No, I wasn’t. NeNe’s deep insecurities have caused her to walk out of every scene when faced with the facts about who she is, and that evidently is a very troubled person. Her erratic and often emotional, flippant behavior is disturbing to watch. I sincerely hope she gets the help she needs.