Kenya Moore On Moore Manor: ‘RHOA’ Star Reveals Dirt On Chateau Sheree
Kenya Moore has finally moved into her home on The Real Housewives of Atlanta, and she’s proud of how far she’s come. Kenya has slammed Sheree Whitfield over how long it has taken her to build her home even though Kenya herself has been delayed herself in building her home. Moore and Sheree have been in a verbal fight about which house is best. While Moore prides herself on being done with and living in her home, Sheree keeps bringing up the fact that her home is much larger.
According to a new tweet, Kenya Moore is now revealing that she owns a lot of equity in her home. In other words, what does size matter if you don’t own the home? Moore has hinted that Sheree’s home is listed in her mother’s name because Whitfield herself had some financial problems. Whitfield denies this, but fans seem to believe Kenya Moore over the original Real Housewives of Atlanta star.
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“Sheree home may be 3K sq ft larger than Kenya but stupid Sheree don’t realize Kenya got 100% equity in her home,” one person wrote to Moore on Twitter after Sheree tried to slam Moore over the size of her home, to which Moore wrote back, “200% baby.”
“Paid for….you have never hear about miss USA Kenya Moore’s finances going down to shreds. Then shady Phaedra tried it coming for Kenyas title…it’s sad when 2 do black women diss other women,” one person replied to Kenya Moore’s tweet, sharing that fans never hear about Kenya’s finances, but they have heard about Sheree’s financial situation, including how she owes money to the IRS and how the house is in her mother’s name.
Although this season has just started, it sounds like the storyline between Kenya Moore and Sheree Whitfield will continue for months to come. When Phaedra Parks asked the ladies if they could get along for the sake of charity and children, the two ladies got into a yelling match about their homes and about bad hair. And Kenya Moore is convinced that Sheree is just jealous of her home and how far she’s come.
“Quite frankly, Sheree seems bitter and embarrassed that I purchased a home and nearly built it from the ground up in less than a year, while she still has not completed her home in 5 years as of last week. After all, I had no plumbing, air, heat, electrical, flooring… I didn’t even have a front door. Yet I managed to complete my home and move in before the second coming of Christ,” Kenya Moore revealed on her Bravo blog for The Real Housewives of Atlanta, sharing that Sheree hasn’t been very supportive of her building process.
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The drama heated up between the ladies when Moore invited them all to her housewarming party when her home wasn’t complete. While she had been vocal about the home not being done, it was too easy for people to slam her for the unfinished rooms, the dusty rooms, and the moving boxes that had yet to be unpacked.
“I acknowledge I had an extensive “punch out list” prior to my housewarming to complete. With that said, I set a date and was determined not to cancel or change it. I did, however, explain to my select guests that I wasn’t completely finished. I asked for positive energy and for the closest people to me to bless my home and applaud my accomplishment,” Kenya Moore continue on her blog for Bravo.
What do you think of Kenya Moore’s comments about Sheree Whitfield? Would you rather own a big home where you didn’t own the equity or a smaller home where you own everything?
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