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Kenya: Sharing Her Story of Abuse Can Be Cathartic
Kenya Moore shares her thoughts on Sheree Whitfield opening up about her relationship with ex, Bob.
Bravotv.com: Were you surprised when Porsha said the group bullied her?
Kenya Moore: No, I wasn't surprised. She has repeatedly used this excuse before. Several of the ladies have been bullied as a child, as they revealed. She constantly bullies people by her aggressive behavior, physical attacks, or by telling boldface lies on them (Peter, Kandi, Kordell, myself, etc.). It's just another way of deflecting. This is a 35-year-old full grown woman. At what point do you take responsibility for your actions?
Bravotv.com: Was it hard to re-watch all the drama with Matt?
KM: It feels like a lifetime ago. I'm just happy that it's over. I'm thankful that I'm alive and that I'm safe. I made a grave mistake by staying in an abusive relationship, and I pray that young women, children, and girls make better choices. I hope they have learned to leave at the first sign of aggression or abuse.
Bravotv.com: What was it like hearing Sheree open up about the abuse from Bob?
KM: I was relieved for her. Sharing her story of abuse can be cathartic but also instrumental in helping other women seek and get help. I recognize that she is still healing, but I want to caution people that we must never blame a victim. No woman can provoke a man to abusing them as she has intimated. There is never excuse for abuse. I'm praying this will be learned during her course of healing, and that as women, we support one another and help someone in need or pain.