Kenya Moore and Brandi Glanville are clear enemies, and the two Housewives didn’t try to hide that one bit on The Celebrity Apprentice. According to InTouch Weekly, Moore recently opened up about her feud with The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star, and she says that the insults were just too much, and that she really couldn’t keep her mouth shut anymore.
“We were doing a task and for five or six weeks, I endured constant insults from her. From attacking my physicality — she at some point said to the other girls that I was fat. She talked Jamie [Anderson] out of using me as a model because she told Jamie I wasn’t in ‘model condition,’ that I was fat — those type of things,” Kenya explained.
Kenya Moore says that viewers didn’t get to see exactly what went down between the two before Kenya unleashed the most powerful insult ever. Apparently Brandi threatened to “beat [Kenya’s] a** like Porsha Williams did,” and that’s when the Real Housewives of Atlanta star really lost it. She says that there was no holding back at that point and that she hit way below the belt because Brandi went there first.
“That was the last straw. Because I didn’t react in the moment, people lost it. When I went in the boardroom, I said, ‘Look, I don’t bring up things that have hurt you in your past. I don’t bring up the fact that Eddie and blah, blah’ — that was my response. But people missed why I responded that way,” Moore said.
In case you missed it, Moore said that Eddie Cibrian (Brandi’s now ex-husband) “left [Brandi] for a younger, prettier woman.” Cibrian infamously cheated on Brandi with country star LeAnn Rimes, to whom he is now married.
Kenya Moore and Brandi Glanville were both fired from The Celebrity Apprentice in the same week though on different teams, and on different tasks. According to TMZ, Kenya had a problem with other people on the show as well. She allegedly stole Vivica A. Fox’s phone and sent out a tweet about menopause. Needless to say, Kenya didn’t make many friends on the show.
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