Kenya Moore Says She Didn’t Sign Up For The ‘Downright Disgustingly Mean’ Backlash From RHOA

June 14, 2013  |  

Kenya Moore is still making her media rounds months after season 5 of the “Real Housewives of Altanta” came to a close. The Jasmine Brand caught the reality TV star on the cover of Yandy Smith’s Everything Girls Love magazine and inside she’s still working to clear her name when it comes to people’s perception of her, their harsh criticisms, and their belief that her relationship with Walter was all for the cameras. Check out what she had to say:

Why she participated in RHOA

“I wanted to do the show because it was a step outside my comfort zone. I wanted to get awareness out on a few projects I’m working on, also the work I’ve been doing for my foundation, The Kenya Moore Foundation. Reality television offers tremendous opportunities for your career.”

How she feels about the backlash from the show

“Some people make everything so personal and it seems like unnecessary attacks. That’s what I didn’t sign up for. Everyone is entitled to their opinion, but there’s never ever a need to be downright disgustingly mean and atrocious on any platform whatsoever.”

Whether her relationship with Walter was real

“I certainly would never put myself in a position where I would have someone on a show who isn’t in love with me or who doesn’t want the same things as me. Everyone knows that I want to be married and I want to have children. A logical person would never look at my situation on the show and think that I was acting. Now if he was acting, then shame on him.”

Shame on him foreal, because we haven’t seen that guy since the last season ended. Looks like his plan to get a little fame backfired. Kenya, however, seems to be doing quite well.

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