“It Was Disgusting To Watch”: Kenya On RHOA Fight; NeNe Says Show Producers Ignored Porsha’s Request For Kenya’s Props To Be Removed

April 24, 2014  |  

We know what everyone else thinks about the reunion scuffle we all saw on Sunday, but what did Kenya think as she watched the whole thing go down and relived it?

“I don’t really have words for that, it was disgusting to watch.”

That’s what she told TMZ photogs who tried to talk with her as she landed at the airport in NYC to work, presumably to continue shooting Celebrity Apprentice.

When asked who she would like to see come on the show if Porsha wasn’t allowed back, Moore said that she didn’t know, but would prefer “someone who’s not violent.”

She also thanked her fans for their support, saying “I appreciate all the support from the people who clearly saw what happened and supported me. I appreciate that.”

But as for someone who is not supporting Moore, NeNe Leakes sat down with Arsenio Hall this week, and you know the big fight was a topic brought up (she was also there with Dancing With The Stars partner Tony Dovolani). She shared a lot of thoughts about what it was like to be at the reunion and what people didn’t know or see that night:

On The Reunions Being So Negative:

“Once we got out there, you know, the moment I walk in–I…the night before, I have to speak for every girl,  I know nobody can really sleep because it’s really negative. What you guys don’t know is that we shot this so long ago, and then we all have to come back together and face each other so it’s really, really negative. I walked onto set and I was like ‘Ugh, I don’t even want to be here,’ because you already know it’s going to be negative and belittling.   

It has changed a lot over the years. I thought, or at least I think, that people would tune in to see the Real Housewives of Atlanta because they would see fabulousness and a good ‘ol read, but never the hair pulling and the punching.”

About The Fight:

“It happened so quick. My eyes were bugged…It happened so quick. I have to say that I have spoken out a lot about it. I very much support Porsha, and I am team Porsha. If I thought Kenya was right even though I’m not a Kenya fan…I would side with her if I thought she was right. But what do you want if you are going to provoke, if you are going to taunt–what do you want?”

Porsha’s Inappropriate Use Of Props:

“I remember Porsha asked them, ‘Can you stop her from pointing the thing?’ And nobody did anything. I actually think that they thought it was going to be funny and it was going to be fun. I don’t know what it was going to be, and she had been warned. It was wrong. You can’t invade people’s personal space. Porsha is fragile. She’s definitely been through a lot.”

Why She Covered Up Porsha’s Mouth After The Fight:

“Listen, I’m a mom. So I immediately was just like–‘cuz Porsha scared me for a minute. She acted like she had blacked out or something. And I wanted her to be quiet because she was saying so much and I didn’t want her to say something that would incriminate you. So I was like, ‘Don’t talk, girl, oh my God, shut your mouth!’

What do you think? Watch Kenya’s chat with the photog and share your thoughts on NeNe’s comments below:


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