Phaedra Parks, whether you like her over-the-top Southern Belle alter ego or not, may be onto something.
Kenya Moore just may be a bit bi-polar. Hate to say it but it takes a person with some true mental deficiencies to make the not-so-sound decision to put on a bathing suit with a see-through fish-net overlay with bright butt pads stuck on her buttocks and a flying saucer-size church hat, to walk into a real charity event with the hopes to embarrass and confront someone she says was talking smack behind her back.
Okay, lemme run this down. On last night’s episode of the Real Housewives of Atlanta, former Miss
America USA Kenya Moore made a shocking entrance at NeNe’s Shoe Dazzle event by walking in beach-ready with butt-pads.
Kenya claimed that she heard that attorney and self-professed Southern Belle Phaedra parks had been talking about her behind her back. (And yes, Phaedra was.) Phaedra told her RHOA click that she thought Kenya was an alcoholic and probably bi-polar because of Kenya’s on-going erratic antics.
But really Phaedra’s Southern waters might be a bit salty because Kenya
stole borrowed Phaedra’s Donkey Booty video idea by saying that she would create and produce a “Stallion” Booty video because Phaedra refused to let Kenya profit from the production. (Tsk, tsk Phaedra) So from there, the two have not seen eye to eye on anything. Phaedra feels like Kenya is a thief. Kenya feels like Phaedra is a fake and a fraud.
Okay, so we got that out of the way. Now let’s deal with Kenya’s over-the-top Butt-pad debacle.
Kenya, honey chile… Really? As Wendy Williams said, Kenya confirmed what we already knew. #Cuckoo
You’re telling me you would put your historic legacy as Miss USA in the trash for this outrageous TV moment? You’d rather be remembered for BOOTY PADS than a Top Beauty Pageant that has only ever crowned six women of color out of 60?Nobody will remember you for earning a crown as Miss USA. But your booty-pad debut will go down in crazy-black-woman-best-TV-moments for sure. And after all that back and forth with Phaedra over the Donkey Booty video, it’s funny Kenya that YOU are actually the one who looks like the ass.
Buffoonery at its best.
I know Kenya says she is not Miss Congeniality and no one expects anyone to hold it together all the time and yes women do fight, but there’s a way to go about it and a way to handle yourself to uphold your dignity.
I wonder if Harriet Tubman ever stripped naked, put on her best bathing suit bloomers and grabbed a whip to confront her massa and his wife and mock them by swinging the whip around and hitting slaves to prove to them that she was mad about their cruel treatment of her and the N-word name-calling in her face and behind her back! Or did she carefully, intelligently and thoughtfully outwit them by leading the charge to distant herself from their cruel and demeaning ways? She didn’t stoop to their level. She just stepped out. She proved to them that they were wrong about her. But the ironic thing about Kenya is that she proved to us all that Phaedra was right.
All of social media is popping and talking about what Kenya did– and NOT in a good way. This by far trumps Sheree’s “Who Gon’ Check me Boo?” verbal beatdown and Kim and NeNe’s “You’re an 11-alive intern”
almost bus brawl.
Kenya have a seat in a chair as cushiony as your butt-pads. Have a drink (or two) call your therapist, cut your ties with Walter and THINK about what you want your legacy to be. Stop trying to put people down. Yes you have a nice body. We give you that. But you don’t make yourself look good by putting someone else down. Actually you look like an idiot with an ax to grind. Nothing more.
Coretta Scott King, Sojourner Truth and Harriet Tubman would be so proud of you Kenya. NOT!!! They got spit on, beat down, and talked about bad. But those heroic women and many more are remembered for holding their heads high and fighting back with their brains and not their booty. Take a note. Pick up a history book and fight your battles a lot better Kenya!
Hey Kenya here’s a gift from my friend Karla Trotman. BYE!
Just in case you forgot, peep just a FEW of some outstanding women who didn’t drop their drawers for an outrageous TV moment:
-Ida B. Wells-Barnett (1862 to 1931), a fearless investigative journalist [who] risked her life to expose the evils of lynching.
-Mary McCleod Bethune (1875 to 1955), college president and founder of the National Council of Negro Women.
-Septima Poinsette Clark (1898-1987), a passionate educator who taught thousands of African Americans, including Rosa Parks, how to achieve personal and political empowerment at the Highlander Folk School in Tennessee.
-Ella Jo Baker, (1903 -1986), who “built a network of civil rights organizations and was a co-founder of the Student Non-violent Co-ordinating Committee (SNCC).
-Fannie Lou Hamer (1917-1977), who helped organize the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party and was known for her fighting words, “I’m sick and tired of being sick and tired.”
-Shirley Chisholm, (1924-2005), the first black woman elected to Congress and first the African American to run for president, who declared herself “unbought and unbossed.
-C. Delores Tucker (1927-2005), co-founder of the National Black Congress of Black women and crusader against offensive hip hop lyrics.
-Coretta Scott King (1927-2006), wife of Martin Luther King who earned the title “First Lady of the Civil Rights Movement.”
-Betty Shabazz (1936-1997), educator and widow of Malcolm X.
-Barbara Jordan (1936-1996), the first African-American congresswoman from the South.