I’m always amazed at the snap judgements reality TV stars make about other reality TV stars while constantly telling the public not to judge them. Hypocrite much?
Kenya Moore, the Queen of all things suspect, recently had an interview with In Touch Weekly and said some not so nice things about TLC star Honey Boo Boo and her mom. It appears the tabloid asked the former Miss USA what it takes to win a beauty pageant and this is where she took it:
”Honey Boo Boo is not a role model for young women. Her mother [June Shannon] puts her onstage looking like a glorified h**ker!”
Now there aren’t many who would argue that Honey Boo Boo is any type of role model, but c’mon is Kenya Moore? This is the same woman who bounced her booty all up on someone else’s man on a couple’s vacation, who busted out a potential JET beauty of the week about her c**chie issues in front of everyone at the Bailey Agency, and who rolled into a fundraiser with a netted cover-up on top of a skimpy bathing suit with visible butt pads. Is that the USA role model potential pageant applicants should look up to?
Kenya added a bit more to her response to make her point, saying:
“Pageants are about having poise and promoting self-esteem and self-worth. When a little girl wears a lot of makeup, fake teeth, and extensions, like h**kers do — that’s just not appropriate.”
Why couldn’t you just have said that in the first place? And let’s not act like Honey Boo Boo or her mama June were the first — or will be the last — to do it. Pageantry itself promotes this false sense of worth and encourages girls to look like h**kers, perhaps that’s the issue that should be addressed first.
What do you think about what Kenya said about Honey Boo Boo, was that too harsh?