AceShowbiz - "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Kenya Moore recently made an appearance on "Out Loud with Claudia Jordan". In the Friday, April 11 episode, which also featured Donny Harrell and Mike Hill, she talked about rumors that the show was "fake."
"How much of the show was scripted? Because people seem to think that a lot of it is fake," Claudia, who is a former "RHOA" star, asked Kenya. In response to that, Kenya replied, "I can say that the show isn't scripted at all but there are people on the show that are fake."
Claudia then pressed her to name the fakest one among the ladies. "I think at this point there are definitely two," Kenya shared, though she didn't reveal the names. "I think you butted heads with both of those people," she hinted.
Seemingly trying to stop talking about it, Kenya sang praises for Claudia. "She's a great friend. I've known her for 20 years," she said. "It's been a long, long time and this woman knows several secrets of mine. She has kept my secrets for a very long time and that is why I will always trust her."
Mike Hill, Cynthia Bailey's fiance, wanted Claudia to just drop the name, but she refused. "If I was on the show, then I would be very clear. I'd have no problem speaking up for what I see is bulls**t or a fake behavior. But I'm not in the film," the Fox Soul host explained. "This is about Kenya."
Kenya did eventually reveal one of the "fakest" housewives, saying, "NeNe is one for sure." Meanwhile, people think that the other housewife that Kenya referred to was Porsha Williams since Jordan previously had a beef with her.
It didn't take long before Porsha caught wind of the interview. She addressed the alleged diss in a recent episode of "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen". "I think that she's bored [and] that she has nothing else to do," Porsha said.
Referrencing to Kenya's claims that her friendship with Tanya Sam was fake, Porsha continued, "I enjoy Tanya. Like, why do my friendships have to be fake, and yet her friendships are real? She shades her friend right there on the show for everybody to see."