‘You Will Always Win Telling The Truth:’ Kenya Moore Talks Apollo Arrest Shade And Who She Blames For The RHOA Brawl
When news first broke that “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Apollo Nida was arrested on bank fraud and identity theft charges, one of the first cast members to comment on the allegations was friend-turned-foe Kenya Moore, who pretty much expressed that she knew it would only be a matter of time before Apollo and his wife, Phaedra, were exposed as the insincere people that they really are.
“Losers never win,” the former pageant queen tweeted. “I have always seen through people and I was the first to tell you last season about these people and who they really are #dirty.”
“I said it all on @ArsenioHall,” she added. “#youcantbethatdumb #inonit #angelastanton #neverlieonmeagain #evil #fake #whoscrazynow.”
Earlier today Kenya appeared on NBC’s “New York Live” with Jacque Reid and Sara Gore where she discussed her comments and the infamous RHOA brawl that aired last night. Check out her interview highlights below.
On the comments she made after Apollo’s recent arrest:
“Apollo and I have had our differences and Phaedra, but primarily because they have put out a lot of lies about me propositioning them. Just really trying to hurt me and who I am in the real world and not in our little prism of a show. I think it was just disgusting behavior. Let’s tell the truth, you will always win telling the truth. But when you go after someone to try to drag them through the mud and defame them, slander me time and time again with bold face lies, that’s a problem.”
On who she blames for the RHOA brawl:
“I don’t like to say that just this person is solely responsible. I feel like she [NeNe] set the tone [for the fight]. As soon as I walked into the door. I feel like it was almost a set-up. It was supposed to be pillow talk but then you ask certain questions when you know there’s going to be some tension. And then you keep pressing the issue hoping for a different reaction and that’s exactly what happened.
On being embarrassed by the fight:
“I was just really disappointed by the entire thing. It’s not our brand. I’m embarrassed for everyone and I’m a part of that show so I have to be embarrassed for it. I don’t condone violence and just even more shocking is the responses to it, which to me is more damaging than what actually happened.
On her assistant Brandon being injured in the fight:
“He definitely had some injuries and it was a hard time for him. I felt even more responsible because I brought him in that situation. He was only doing the right thing, which is what any man would do, which is defend a woman. The man that was there, who was a guest of ours, Christopher Williams, grabbed my arm aggressively and he has a not-so-nice reputation when it comes to women. I definitely felt that I was in some kind of danger.”
On if she was injured during the fight:
“My heart is hurt because of what happened.”
Did you see the rest of that fight last night. What did you think of it all?