“The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kenya Moore may have been flirty with the husbands, but she didn’t get along with the wives on the trip to Anguilla, as Sunday’s episode of the show ended with a big fight between Kenya and Porsha with NeNe trying to stay in the middle of it all. Now Kenya is opening up about the drama and why she felt it was necessary to call herself “gone with the wind fabulous” in her newest Bravo blog released on Dec. 18. Porsha claimed that Kenya was defining herself on a title she received years ago, and that had Kenya fighting back.
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“Clearly, I was trying to avoid conflict until the condescending and nasty insults started being spewed at me like: “I’m a nonfactor, I’m old, etc.” I admit, I made some mistakes being too “wild” on the trip, but certainly steered clear of confrontation with the ladies. Being called old by someone only 10 years younger than you is just trite,” “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kenya Moore points out in her blog. “But, some names are an abomination and one should never call a woman, especially one that you barely know. My flirting and silly nonsense on vacation doesn’t warrant being called a whore. This was way below the belt. This was unforgivable.” It sounds like Kenya and Porsha won’t become friends anytime soon.
So, what does it mean to be “gone with the wind fabulous?” “When an insecure woman is jealous, immature, spiteful, and/or ignorant, they will always try to tear an accomplished, beautiful woman down in order to feel better about their own lack of success. However, one cannot rewrite history. My legacy is untouchable, and I’m most proud of my professional achievements and accomplishments I have been able to bequeath despite the odds,” “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kenya Moore explains. For Kenya it is all about admiring, respecting and marveling at women who live their lives the way they want.
Do you think “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kenya Moore is relying too much on her title to stand out?