Did you catch The Real Housewives of Atlanta last night? If not, then you would be surprised to know that actress Vivica A. Fox was briefly mentioned by Kenya Moore. And what she had to say about her was less-than-flattering (and that’s an understatement).
In last night’s episode, Kenya went to support fellow peach-holder Porsha Williams in the stage play Two Can Play That Game. The play is based on the feature film of the same title that Vivica is best known for, so the vet reprised her role in the play as Shante Smith, the no-nonsense woman who knows how to wrap a man around her finger in order to get what she wants…or so she thinks.
As Kenya was watching Vivica’s performance, she whispered to Cynthia, “Her face looks terrible.”
Uh-oh. And in her confessional, she expressed how unimpressed she was with Vivica’s performance.
“Vivica’s performance is the same performance. It was just 20 years ago, and 20 surgeries ago,” she said.
Now, why Kenya had to say what she said is beyond me, but Vivica had plenty to say on social media after the episode aired, bringing us all down memory lane of that time when the 53-year-old had to read Miss Kenya for filth on Celebrity Apprentice.
In her caption, she made sure to promote upcoming projects like her TV show Face The Truth, and of course, she threw in some understandable shade to Kenya about having a #LegitimateCareer.
But considering how positive of a person Vivica is, she decided to delete that post, saying that “at some point we have to grow up & make better choices and I choose not to do that with that one!”
Now, we all know that Kenya has been doing well in her mean girl rehab. If you recall, the first time Kenya made a splash on RHOA, she came for everybody even when no one was coming for her. And at the time, she was the prototype for a reality show villainness.
So, this latest mean girl comment actually comes as a surprise. I’m not sure why Kenya decided to go down that rabbit-hole again, but she definitely doesn’t want to do it with Vivica.
Renese spends her early mornings writing, her days securing insurance for TV shows, and her in-betweens blogging about the silliness and seriousness of life on her blog.
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