RHOA's Kandi Burruss says Kenya Moore isn't to blame for feud in Miami
Part two of the three-episode The Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion special will air on Bravo this Sunday, and according to E! Online, we'll get a special treat: Kenya Moore seeing backup from fellow castmate Kandi Burruss.
Fans of the show will remember the Housewives' ill-fated trip to Miami, when Tammy's party-crasher nephew Glen ended up sending her to the hospital. The drama started when Kenya Moore said she was uncomfortable with having Glen present.
Andy Cohen revisits the tense moment on the reunion special:
As E! points out, Burruss jumps to Moore's defense when she's accused of being overly aggressive in trying to escort Glen out of the room. "I get that, and I understand what everybody is saying," says Burruss. "But at the end of the day, even if she did, it still doesn't give him the right to turn around and be like, 'Look here, little bitch!' and come up to her aggressively."
"At the end of the day, Kenya does some crazy stuff, but in this situation..." Burruss continued, being sure to add some caveats. "No, I wasn't with y'all earlier in the day on the boat, but even watching that back, you have to admit: that dude was saying some crazy stuff. Not just about her, about everybody. And regardless of whether you like Kenya or not, and regardless of whether she should have said anything else as he was walking out the door, he should never have aggressively turned around, started throwing up gang signs and calling her all kinds of bitches."
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