ChitChatter: Kenya Moore Says She Was Unfairly Portrayed As An Angry Bird On RHOA And Calls Her Relationship With Shady Walter Real!

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Kenya talks about her attention slorin’ on RHOA…

Kenya Moore Talks About RHOA And Walter

Kenya Moore recently talked about her shady relationship with Walter and how she handled critical backlash from people on social media networks about her angry bird ways on Real Housewives of Atlanta.

Via EGL reports:

If she felt she was portrayed fairly on RHOA:

“It doesn’t show who I am at all. I have a lot of layers. When you’re watching a reality show you may shoot 1000 hours and it ends up being 45 minutes. With that, you don’t necessarily get the full picture.”

On dealing with criticism:

“Criticism is natural. Yes that’s what I signed up for, and yes, people will judge and criticize you. I’m okay with that.What hurts is when people assassinate you via blogs, Twitter or Facebook. It hurts when they go for the jugular instead of just stating what their opinion is and moving on. Some people make everything so personal and it seems like unnecessary attacks. That’s what I didn’t sign up for. Everyone is entitled to their opinion, but there’s never ever a need to be downright disgustingly mean and atrocious on any platform whatsoever.”

On her shady relationship with Walter:

“It doesn’t matter to me because I know the truth. I certainly would never put myself in a position where I would have someone on a show who isn’t in love with me or who doesn’t want the same things as me. Everyone knows that I want to be married and I want to have children. A logical person would never look at my situation on the show and think that I was acting. Now if he was acting, then shame on him. However, I’ll make better choices with men and that’s the only thing I can do. I’m a target now. People will try to use me and it’s unfortunate that I was even in a situation like that.This is my reality. My life is not a joke. I have to keep positive and move forward from here. I’m focusing on myself and I hope that the man of my dreams will find me.”

Do you think Kenya was negatively portrayed on the show??

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