Doja Cat paid tribute to reality star Kenya Moore of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” on Jan. 20 while appearing to be on set for an undisclosed project. During a break, the singer quotes lyrics to Moore’s “Gone with the Wind Fabulous,” which was initially released in 2012.
Doja, who was wearing a goddess-inspired white dress with gold sequins, said, “You say I’m ugly, I say I’m fabulous. I’m gone with the wind fabulous.” As the songstress repeated the term “gone with the wind fabulous” several times, the cameraman assisted her by adding the song’s next line, “Twirl” as she spun around the set.
The reality star responded to the commendation by reposting the clip on her Instagram story with two separate captions “Yeeeesssss!!! @kenyamoore #gonewiththewindfabulous #twirl.” In the second recording, she wrote, “@dojacat I love her!!! Yeeeessss.”
Many fans hinted that Doja’s subtle gesture would cause the Kenya Moore Hair Care creator to “act up.”
“Lawd Doja Done got her started 🤣🤣”
“Doja about to have Kenya acting up now lmao.”
“O god Kenya head just got bigger lol🙄😂”
One fan expressed how they couldn’t get the catchy song out of their head. “I can’t get it out my head now 😩😂”
Although many “RHOA” fans heard Moore’s catchphrase from season five of the hit Bravo series following an argument with her costar Porsha Williams — where Williams called Moore “old” and “ghetto” — several people didn’t know that it was a song.
One wrote, “This was a real song 😩😩😩😩😂😂😂.”
“Didn’t know that was a song.”
“Wait is this a song?…”
An Instagram user asked when the former beauty queen performed the single after an old video of the star resurfaced. “Wth is happening, and when did this performance by Kenya happen lmaooo.”
Moore debuted the single in 2013 — despite its previous initial release — on “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen,” with guests T-Boz from TLC and “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” actress Tatyana Ali. The single received mixed reviews from the trio. T-Boz told Moore the song was “decent,” as Cohen said it reminded him of a tune that he envisioned “an army of drag queens dancing to.”