Kenya Moore- The House Of Lies Phaedra Built Is Crumbling Down Around Her

Posted: December 10, 2014 by RealMrHousewife in Drama, Housewives
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Kenya Moore,

Real Housewife of Atlanta Kenya Moore took to her Bravo blog this week to express her thoughts on Phaedra Parks. What did she say? 

Kenya claims, “The house of lies that Phaedra has built is slowly but surely crumbling down around her. Clearly when a woman who prides herself as a Christian while praying to God as she calls someone a whore and a slut is the real devil to be protected from. Everyone can see through her smokescreen and the blatant, hypocritical lies that will be her ultimate downfall. Keep watching, the best of her lies is yet to come. Now, her latest conspiracy theory is that I tried to pay Apollo to lie about a lie! But I am the delusional person? All the nasty rumors on this show about me being bipolar, broke, an alcoholic, a whore, and someone who pays for boyfriends and has a rented car all came from Phaedra’s vengeful, hate-filled mind. The real fans of the show know this to be a fact. Just watch Seasons 5 and 6. Let’s watch a flashback to that! Regardless of if anyone believed the unsubstantiated, baseless rumors or not, they were all fabricated from one person — PHAEDRA.
IF IT LOOKS LIKE A FRAUD, LIES LIKE A FRAUD, ACTS LIKE A FRAUD — IT MUST BE A FRAUD
No successful attorney or woman with any decorum should behave the way Phaedra does. No outstanding Christian should repeatedly call another woman a whore and be unapologetic about it. No respected attorney should slander and defame someone in the media without any evidence or facts. No ‘Southern Belle’ or woman with class or respect for herself should visit a man in a halfway house at 3am. THE TRUTH ALWAYS COMES TO LIGHT. I have apologized countless times; I have corrected my behavior, which may have lead to persons misjudging me; and through it all, I have decided to forgive Phaedra even though she refuses to apologize to me for her actions. I thank my Grandmother for introducing me to God and providing me with a moral compass, empathy for others, and the ability to admit my shortcomings. I may stumble from time to time, but I have my faith and God to uplift me.”

Interesting! What do you think about what Kenya said? Do you agree? Let us know.

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