The Real Housewives of Atlanta: Are we seeing Kenya Moore clearly yet?

NeNe Leakes, Gregg Leakes, Kenya Moore -- (Photo by: Marcus Ingram/Bravo)
NeNe Leakes, Gregg Leakes, Kenya Moore -- (Photo by: Marcus Ingram/Bravo) /

Season 12 of The Real Housewives of Atlanta has come to an end. After all of her antics this season, are we seeing Kenya Moore clearly?

With season 12 of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, coming to a close, we are usually in a place where we have more answers than questions.  However, we seemed to have finished this season out with less closure than usual.  Things won’t get much better if the reports are any indication of what we should expect moving forward. Like many other scheduled events, the RHOA reunion show had to go virtual.

While the virtual nature of the reunion itself was something that the ladies weren’t used to, everything else about the reunion seemed to follow the same pattern as previous versions.  While they were not face to face in reality or across the couch from each other, they did find a way to make things heated. That’s the vibe you get when reading this quote from cast member Kandi Burrus at least, via Bravo.

"“Well, for me, it was aggressive. I would say aggressive because I mean the arguments were going so crazy sometimes that Andy is trying to get us to stop and he can’t because we’re not in the room with him.”"

In reading that quote, you can be certain that tempers flared at some point during the reunion. While this dust-up seemed to be between Burrus and another member of the staff (NeNe Leakes?) they weren’t the only ones to get into it.  Kandi went on to say that no one can stop them from saying what they needed to say, except for when they got muted!  “It was like a timeout,” she told The Daily Dish.  

According to other reports that seem to be based on having intimate knowledge of the event, a few more of the ladies got in on the action. Our focus here would be Kenya Moore. Here is what Love B. Scott had to say via a piece from Rollingout:

"According to blogger Love B. Scott, the reunion show featured multiple shouting matches between the likes of Kenya Moore and NeNe Leakes over her alleged extramarital affairs; over Snake-Gate, between Porsha Williams vs. Eva Marcille; and between Tanya Sam vs. Kenya Moore."

Again and while the Porsha Williams verse Eva Marcille spat does peak our interests, our main focus here is the person that has been the common factor in quite a bit of the drama on The Real Housewives of Atlanta and remains so for the reunion.  Not only did Kenya put on a whole show throughout the season with her many digs and the tons of shade thrown in her friend’s direction, but she struck up drama in all directions.

The testing of Cynthia Bailey’s wine knowledge in Greece, her seeming refusal to try and nix things with NeNe near the end of the season, and the infamous cookie lady scenario with Tanya among many more possible scenarios being a few examples of these instances.

She then topped off the season with a cherry that only she could place. This is in reference to the fiasco with her and Shamea Morton about Shamea supposedly calling Kenya immediately as her water broke. This situation is one in which we now know that Kenya was fabricating the story as she told it on the episode.

Well, it also turns out that she carried that over into the reunion as well. While you hate to proverbially kick someone while they’re down, as we’ve documented similar scenarios with her on previous occasions earlier this season, Kenya has, at times, made it next to impossible to root for her.

light. Related Story. RHOA: The trailer for the virtual season 12 reunion is here and it delivers!

We haven’t seen the reunion, no one has, but we do have these reports and all we have seen this season to judge things off of. I can’t wait to get clarity for myself by seeing this virtual production, but as of now, I think we are seeing Kenya pretty clearly for who she really is.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion airs May 10 on Bravo!