Kenya Moore is ‘gone with the wind fabulous’…and she’s ready to put that on wax. The delusional diva has gone the way of former ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ star Kim Zolciak and recorded her own catchphrase song. It’s titled none other than ‘Gone With the Wind Fabulous’. Let the Beyonce comparisons continue!
This stuff pretty much writes itself.
Moore’s song was debuted by Bravo’s own Andy Cohen on ‘Watch What Happens Live’ where T-Boz and Tatyana Ali were Cohen’s guests. While the former TLC front-woman gave a half-hearted seal of approval saying, “It’s decent;” Ali could be seen sitting next to her laughing her way through the song as Kenya commanded “now twirl, twirl, twirl…” Cohen said the song reminded him of a song he could see, “an army of drag queens dancing to.”
Unlike Zolciak’s musical journey; which was mentored by super producer and fellow ‘Housewives’ cast-mate Kandi Burruss, Moore seems to have constructed this number on her own. Judging from the quality of the song, from the production to the lyrics, Kenya should have called upon the former Xscape member to help her make a more than decent song. Bless T-Boz’s heart, but the song is not decent in the least. In fact, Mrs. Biermann’s ‘Tardy for the Party’ was better.
For what it’s worth though, the song is at least entertaining and fits into the former Miss USA’s delusions of grandeur in spectacular fashion. Ever since Moore made her debut on ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta’, fans have wondered whether or not she is serious in many of her endeavors, including her relationship with on-screen boyfriend Walter Jackson. For his part, Jackson blew the lid off their fake relationship in a radio interview with Atlanta radio station V103. Kenya has been in damage control mode ever since.
Now with her ‘Gone With The Wind Fabulous’ single ready to hit the music scene, the erratic beauty is positioning herself top her fake relationship bit and compete with musical greats like Beyonce. Ironically, that’s whom she says she is most compared.
Somehow we highly doubt that.