Kenya and Eva have gotten off to a rocky start this season, to say the least. And to make matters worse, the two housewives are using social media to throw major shade at one another. But after Eva alluded in one of her Instagram stories that Kenya was “the bully turned victim,” another Atlanta housewife jumped in to defend the new mom.
“Oh hush Chile ????you do the same thing!” Porsha, fellow Atlanta housewife and new mom, commented on Instagram as was pointed out in a post by a RHOA fanpage. “Y’all remembers this lil hypocritical post at reunion cuz I guarantee she will forget it when she herself is playing miss #AmnesiaVictim ????????♂️lol”
As we saw on Sunday’s episode, Eva came for Kenya during Cynthia Bailey‘s “Bailey-Que” after Kenya attempted to re-gift a gift that Eva got for her baby, Brooklyn, to Porsha’s child. Kenya said she did not want the gift because Eva had refused to bring her kids to Kenya’s party for Brooklyn. This made Eva upset and she took more shots at Kenya including a comment about Kenya ‘having a late baby in life’ due to having her first child at 47.
On Monday, Kenya tweeted about the incident, firing back at Eva without even mentioning her name.
“First I have bad energy, I’m nappy headed, now Late mother comments all from someone I’ve done NOTHING to,” Kenya wrote on Twitter on December 2 in response to a fan who was disapproving of Eva’s recent criticism. “The personal dogs and attacks are so uncalled for. Just remember I didn’t send for her #RHOA”
First I have bad energy, I’m nappy headed, now Late mother comments all from someone I’ve done NOTHING to. The personal dogs and attacks are so uncalled for. Just remember I didn’t send for her #RHOA https://t.co/wbmf7l7GOX
— KENYA MOORE (@KenyaMoore) December 2, 2019
Kenya continued to defend herself and her choice to become a mother later in life in a lengthy Instagram post on December 2 alongside a moving picture of her holding her baby just moments after giving birth to her.
“Battling infertility can be heartbreaking. I suffered from uterine fibroid tumors so big they became the size of a full term baby. My struggle was televised for all to see. I was even made fun of for not having a child,” the reality star wrote. “I wished I had a way to connect with other women that were going through the same issues. I had so many questions and a doctor just couldn’t be there for me emotionally. I cried so many times after doctor visits… test results.”
“As you can see from the beautiful photo that I gave birth to a healthy baby girl, but the journey wasn’t easy,” Kenya went on, adding information about an app that helps women struggling with fertility to share their stories.
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