Kenya Moore’s behavior on “Real Housewives of Atlanta” last night was downright sickening. Her reaction to Porsha’s emotional breakdown over her divorce at Cynthia’s party was totally over the top and left many wondering why Porsha’s emotional state bothered her so much. During last night’s episode of “Watch What Happens Live,” NeNe offered a possible explanation: Kenya Moore is a complete attention whore who is jealous of all of the attention that Porsha is getting. Now we don’t know if we’d necessarily resort to the name-calling; however, it is looking that way.
The conversation was actually initiated by a fan that called into the show, questioning Kenya’s motives for blowing up over Porsha’s emotional breakdown. When asked if she thought jealousy was the motive behind Kenya’s blow-up, NeNe theatrically replied:
“That would be yes, honey. Yes, yes, yes, yes and yes! Did you see her tonight storm out of the party and twirl in the middle of the street? Attention whore! Can we say ‘attention whore’ together?”
Speaking of Porsha’s emotional breakdown, Kenya also had a bit more to say about it in her Bravo blog post, expressing that she doesn’t understand why Porsha is mourning a divorce from a man who she accused of being gay.
“We all handle situations differently,” Kenya wrote. “Maybe it is a bit insensitive of me to be tired of hearing about it. However, from the beginning, when I hear one call their ex all kinds of gay queens, wanting to keep their ex’s last name after they’ve slandered them, wanting a big divorce settlement after 2 years of marriage with no property and no children together, having employment of your own, or stating they will come back if the money is right and if he deals with his demons.”
“These blaring oxymoronic statements and feelings have strained my tolerance for this constant display of unsubstantiated emotional fragility. Therefore, I don’t have a lot of sympathy towards the situation. I do however think both Kandi and Phaedra attempted to give sound financial advice. There’s only so much you can do.”
Catch Kenya’s interview on the next page. What do you think of Kenya’s explanation?