‘Dirty Little Pig:’ Kenya Moore Has a Few Choice Words for Co-star Phaedra Parks

Source: WENN

The competition is pretty fierce between Real Housewives of Altanta stars Phaedra Parks and Kenya Moore when it comes to their fitness DVD drama. Just yesterday we told you that Moore’s newly released workout video dwarfed the sales of Parks’s previously released videos in a matter of hours. Both ladies have attacked the credibility of one another’s videos by insulting the opposing parties physique. Kenya recently took to her Bravo TV blog to address allegations made by Phaedra that her butt isn’t real. The portion of her most recent blog post, which was humorously titled, “Dirty Little Pig” reads:

“Seeing Phaedra in her interviews throwing dirty, cruel, and disgusting below the belt jabs about me only confirmed for me and the viewers that she is a jealous, fake, evil, and most of all a hypocritical villain.”

“My body is natural. I clearly work hard for it. She hopes to affect my video sales, but people see through her conniving ways. With that said, there are unspeakable names you never call a woman! She is intent to malign me in any way she can with unfounded and disrespectful slurs. I have never called her a ho when she obviously got pregnant by a man fresh out of prison without using protection and lied about it to the world.”

“I have learned from our irretrievably broken so-called friendship that if you roll around in the mud with a little pig, all you do is get dirty and the pig loves it.”

Ouch. In my opinion, both ladies appear to be dirty-fighting mudslingers. Has Phaedra really done anything to Kenya that Kenya hasn’t done to her?  Something tells me that the Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion show is going to be rather interesting.

What do you think of Kenya’s reaction to Phaedra?

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