Kenya Moore has been busy building her own mega mansion in Atlanta. Kenya, who has had some rental issues while filming The Real Housewives of Atlanta, is finally building her own home in the city so she doesn't have to deal with evictions and desperate landlords anymore. But Moore isn't the only housewife in Atlanta who is building a brand new home. As it turns out, Kenya's new home is in the same neighborhood as Sheree Whitfield's home.
Of course, Kenya Moore started building the home recently with her own money. Sheree started building her home years ago when she was filming The Real Housewives of Atlanta. She was suddenly fired from the show, and construction stopped completely. It is possible that Whitfield was counting on the money from The Real Housewives of Atlanta to finish her home. And now that she is back on the show, Sheree is confronted with the fact that her home is still not done.
According to a new Radar Online report, Kenya Moore decided to confront Sheree about her home. Even though Whitfield tried to introduce herself to the wives, it sounds like Moore had an agenda. And the two ended up arguing at Cynthia Bailey's launch party for her new eyewear collection.Kenya Moore had an opinion about the unfinished home and decided to call out Sheree. The two homes are in the same neighborhood, so it makes sense that Kenya is curious about the home. But when asked, Whitfield revealed that she is still building the home because it takes time to get it done.
"It takes time," Whitfield told her Real Housewives of Atlanta co-stars, which had Moore chime in that people in the neighborhood "had been complaining to the city" about Whitfield's mansion.
"Anybody that has built a house before, then they probably can come to me. But if they have not, then they can probably keep renting," Whitfield said, adding that Kenya's own home was located in a flood zone and had mold.
"Anybody that has built a house before, then they can probably come to me," Shereé replied to Kenya, according to E! News, adding, "But if they have not, then they can probably keep renting."
"Everybody in Atlanta's talking about the house that never was," Kenya jabbed back, which had Sheree lunging at Moore.The episode quickly ended with a "To Be Continued" after all of the ladies tried to intervene. Of course, many people in Atlanta and fans of The Real Housewives of Atlanta have talked about Chateau Sheree. Some Atlanta-based bloggers often stop by her home and taken pictures to see if it is done.
While filming The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Sheree Whitfield was still waiting for child support payments from her estranged husband. Maybe Sheree started building the home with the intention of getting the money she was owed. Plus, she could have counted on Bravo to film with her again for an additional season, but rumor has it that she was booted from the show because she wanted too much money to film more seasons. But Sheree has decided to return to this season because it felt right. As it turns out, it is possible that she will use the money she is given to finish her home. No word on when the home is expected to be done. Kenya Moore hasn't given a deadline on her home either, but progress is being made, as shown on her Instagram account.
What do you think of Kenya Moore's comment about Sheree's home? Are you surprised that she isn't done building her home yet?
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