Kandi Burruss Defended Kenya Moore Amid Her Revenge Porn Scandal “Who Made The Rules?”

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Kandi Burruss defended Kenya Moore after it was announced the controversial  Real Housewives of Atlanta was suspended indefinitely from the popular Bravo series. Kandi, who left RHOA by choice, responded to the action taken against her former co-star who showed revenge porn at an on-camera party.

Not Kandi-coated:

“I don’t like the fact that they suspended Kenya,” began the singer/songwriter on the Yung Joc & The Streetz Morning Takeover radio show. “I know a lot of people are like, ‘She shouldn’t have shown that,’ but this is Housewives. How many times we done did something that you think somebody shouldn’t do?”

The Xscape crooner asked, “So, who made the rules? Why y’all all of a sudden have such an issue with somebody doing something crazy to somebody?”

Bravo TV fans react:

  • Ridiculous of Kandi to come out in defense of that behavior, especially after all the drama she experienced on the show about a rumored dungeon.
  • It’s not a rule Kandi, it’s the LAW 😂
  • Right yet she refused to film if Bravo rehired Phaedra Parks. Double standard much?
  • Nah ahh Kandi, revenge porn is illegal girl, you should know better.

In case you missed Kenya’s revenge porn saga:

A leaked photo of a poster from Kenya‘s salon event provides evidence that something nefarious went down with her and the newest RHOA cast member, Brittany Eady. Kenya allegedly “showed a picture of Brittany with a dick in her mouth” to her party guests.

While the controversial RHOA personality denies engaging “in revenge porn,” Kenya tweeted, “I have never distributed private images or footage of anyone.” Nor have I “solicited images owned by others to use to threaten or blackmail. I have always been vindicated.”

Instagram’s @ThePinkPopBox entered the chat with an incriminating photo … if you look closely. The photograph shows a poster that stated, ‘INSURANCE FRAUD HO’ in the title. While that poster doesn’t feature any photos, there is a great deal of indistinguishable text. However, if you zoom in on the left edge of the poster, it appears there are photographs paired with printed out captions on a poster behind it. This is not a good look for Kenya.

Did Kandi lose a few credibility points with anyone else by defending Kenya? Sound off below.