Kenya Moore has certainly made a number of enemies since jumping on board the cast of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta.” Although she says she can more than handle the other housewives, she says that there’s a problem with several of the husbands of the show and their eagerness to attack her.
In one of her recent blog posts for Bravo TV, Moore wrote about the third and final episode the “RHOA” reunion, during which Apollo Nida vehemently accused her of trying to steal him from his wife, Phaedra Parks. Moore also discussed Peter Thomas, Cynthia Bailey’s husband and Kordell Stewart, Porsha Stewart’s estranged husband, who each bickered with her as well. She slammed all of the husbands for their unabashed aggression towards women.
“REAL MEN DON’T FIGHT WITH WOMEN,” wrote Moore. “No real or decent man verbally attacks a woman.” The truth is Peter, Apollo and Kordell have all shown unacceptable aggression and intimidation toward women. Only cowardly men raise their voices in anger, physically act aggressively, or angrily shout and attack women. Real men stay out of their women’s business and they don’t engage in repugnant hostile actions or words toward a woman whether they know, like or dislike her.”
Moore has previously revealed that she was once in an abusive relationship and thus has no tolerance for any aggression of any kind from men. She applauded Todd Tucker, Kandi Burruss’ fiancé, and Gregg Leakes, NeNe Leakes’ husband, for refraining from fighting with her.
“I applaud Gregg and Todd for the classy and appropriate way they refrained from attacking me unlike the others to get camera time,” said Moore. “The others are always looking for their moment, which is why they all bonded with my groupie ex. As badly as they all want to hold a peach, they never will.”
Granted, reality TV isn’t the ideal place to learn about or teach ideas of peace, non-violence and respect, and though bickering is bound to happen between people, violence is unacceptable whether it’s a man or a woman.
And Moore certainly isn’t the only woman on reality TV to bicker with a man. Check out some other girl-on-guy arguments below. – nicholas robinson