Kenya Moore hosted an Instagram Q&A Thursday and took time to address some questions surrounding her departure from “The Real Housewives of Atlanta.” And the pregnant star held nothing back regarding how she felt about the change-up.
Several questions came through to Moore, including those about her relationships with the returning cast members and when fans will be able to see her pregnancy journey.
“I really hate that you won’t be on RHOA 11. Will you be getting your own show?” one fan inquired.
“I hate the fans were cheated out of my journey after 6 years of one desire. But … I move in silence, let’s just say a b—- has options,” Moore replied.
She’s teased about her plans to share her pregnancy and life as a new mom before.
While speaking to E! News last month, she said she had a plan in the works.
“I’m sharing as much as I can and I do have a project up my sleeves,” she said to E! News Sept. 25. “They’ll get an inside glance into as many moments as I can and whatever I chose to share with the public, they definitely see a lot that I experienced from baby shower to birth to planning stages.”
But that wasn’t all from the Q&A. Moore also came clean about who she’s remained in touch with even though she’s not in front of Bravo cameras.
“Who do u still talk to from RHOA?” a fan asked.
“Cynthia and Kandi…those are my sisters,” Moore answered. “They really have my back and are good, kind people. Although I don’t talk to Porsha we have been supportive of each other. It feels good to grow.”
Moore’s relationship with Cynthia Bailey and Kandi Burruss isn’t surprising. She’s been seen engaging with them on Instagram throughout her pregnancy. But that she was able to bury the hatchet with pregnant Porsha Williams after their violent past marked a key change in their relationship.
Meanwhile, Moore definitely is not on good terms with NeNe Leakes. When asked who she’d call/text/delete, Moore said she’d lose Leakes’ number.
RHOA fans who caught up on the Q&A made their feelings apparent — and they weren’t upset about Moore’s departure.
“She cheated them by being so shady last season. Twirl away, see ya.”
“She keeps saying that but her fans (not me) are waiting.”
“Nobody care about Kenya being on the show, glad she gone.”