Kenya Moore of RHOA Calls NeNe Leakes a Bully with Very Few Friends on the Show
Kenya Moore calls out NeNe Leakes by calling her a bully who has very few friends in "Real Housewives of Atlanta."
With her nearing return to "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," Kenya Moore is already spilling the tea as she slams NeNe Leakes for bullying everyone in the show which caused her to have very few friends.
At the launch of her haircare line at Sally Beauty in Atlanta, Moore was asked about her beef with NeNe Leakes and she decided not to hold back with her answer. After all, NeNe hasn't been holding back about what she thinks of Kenya, too.
Kenya Calls NeNe a Bully
Although they were previously friends, Kenya shares that NeNe showed her true self over time, puzzled by why she seems so intimidated by her.
She goes on to say that Leakes is actually a bully on the show, who treats her "RHOA" co-stars terribly. She adds that Leakes has "very few friends" left on the show because of the way she treats everyone.
A Back-and-Forth Feud
Well, two can definitely play that game as the two co-stars have been bickering about each other for months now.
Just a month ago, NeNe was the one who poked shade at Kenya after news of her alleged return to the series following her birth to her child with estranged husband Marc Daly.
NeNe Ignoring Kenya's Existence
The "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star was on the "Wendy Williams Show," where of course, Wendy stirred the pot about the feud going on between the two co-stars.
When Wendy asked Leakes about Moore, she simply responded by saying: "Who's that now?"
An Exciting Season Ahead
The last time the two rivals went face-to-face was at a party organized by Cynthia Bailey in 2018, where NeNe was not aware that Kenya was invited. Of course, the two went at it, as NeNe called pregnant Kenya "a monster."
"RHOA" returns for its 12th season on November 3, and fans are set to see yet another wild ride between the two who are most likely to be at each other's throats all season long with the rest of the peaches taking sides between the two.