Real Housewives Of Atlanta Star Crazy Kenya Moore Calls Cynthia Bailey “Desperate And Pathetic” For Trying To Stop Friendship With NeNe Leakes

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Cynthia vs. Kenya round 2!

Kenya Moore Talks About Cynthia Bailey

Kenya Moore says the way Cynthia handled herself at NeNe’s Women in Leadership party was down right pathetic. On the latest episode of RHOA NeNe held an event to honor women doing their thing in the community.

Enter in crazy Kenya Moore and her thirsty azz. The former Miss America Miss USA stole the mic to give an impromptu speech and then talked to NeNe about not letting the beef with Cynthia dissuade her from forming a bond with her.

However, Cynthia wasn’t feeling Ms.Moore and let her have it. Kenya took to her blog to reveal what she really thought of the incident.

Via Bravo Blogs:

There was a lot going on at the Success party. Cynthia seemed very insecure about my conversation I was having with NeNe. I applaud NeNe for being a bigger person and remaining neutral and allowing for us to have a connection. I also felt embarrassed for Cynthia because she came across as territorial and desperate to keep me away from NeNe. But I digress.

I also saw Cynthia’s tweets about me being a liar because I explained exactly how I was invited to the casting. I may be a lot of things, but not a liar. Her points are so silly and to buy into any more of Cynthia’s empty rhetoric is simply exhausting. She likes to beat a dead horse. It’s dead, Cynthia. Let it die already.

Are you #TeamKenya or #TeamCynthia??

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