Sorry, I probably shouldn’t be so sarcastic. This is actually a good thing — a great thing really — although it doesn’t do much for people who are still going to have to watch Kenya Moore humiliate herself on the remaining episodes of season 5. But still, the fact that Kenya is reclaiming her singleness and proclaiming that she will not be running after Walter anymore is cause for celebration.
In a blog post, the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” cast member whose romantic cluelessness has left us all confused, started talking in her Nina Simone “Feeling Good” voice when she got to thinking about being done with Walter for good. Finally acknowledging that “his nonchalant and often cold tone, and his lack of affection toward me said loud and clear: I DON’T WANT TO MARRY YOU,” Kenya wrote:
I appreciate all of you who have taken the time to encourage me to move on and find genuine love. I’m actually excited to be single again, because I’d rather be alone than be with someone who treats me poorly. I just need to make better choices with whom I allow in my life. Even though the relationship didn’t work out, it was a blessing in disguise. God has a better plan for me, one that I could never have seen for myself. I have faith and trust in Him that the right man will find me.
I thank you all for your kind words and gentle encouragement to move on and past this relationship misstep. You have shown me kindness by not laughing at my pain, and I truly appreciate you all.
Please don’t feel sorry for me, because I am resilient and I am not easily broken. I will move on and love like I’ve never been hurt before and dance like no one is watching! Why? Because I’m still and will always be Gone With the Wind Fabulous!
I swear Kenya always has you right in her corner (or maybe caddy-corner) up until the end, then she busts our some cliche mess that just leaves you rolling your eyes and thinking, this is why you can’t get your life together.
I really hope there’s a Rhett Butler out there for her because I cannot sit through another season of baby, baby please by the banks of the river.