Kenya Moore Body Shames RHOA Co-Star Drew Sidora
"She needs to pay for a tummy tuck."
March 29, 2021 11:59am
Drew’s IG post:
The actress/singer was feeling herself in a peachy metallic dress, so she posted a couple photos to the ‘gram.
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Women supporting women:
‘Friend of’ the RHOA cast, Shamea Morton, shared her opinion using the emojis, “😍😍😍🔥🔥🔥,” while social justice warrior Porsha Williams celebrated the snap with the caption, “Yes that heat 🔥🔥🔥.” Newlywed Cynthia Bailey added, “Love these colors on you!😍”
Real Housewives of Salt Lake City‘s Lisa Barlow left “❤️❤️❤️” in the comments. Eboni K. Williams, who is the latest addition to the Real Housewives of New York cast used the “🔥🔥🔥🔥” emojis on the mother of three’s post.
And then there was Kenya….
If I had a dollar for everytime I heard, ‘If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything,’ I’d be a very wealthy woman. Kenya, on the other hand, seems to have never heard that adage.
Kenya took to Twitter to share her thoughts on a mother of three’s figure.
— KENYA MOORE (@KenyaMoore) March 29, 2021
Twitter users were not cool with Kenya’s caption.
“Let’s hope no one body shames your daughter the way you do other women,” posted a social media user.
Another even tagged Kenya to make sure she saw her comment. “WOW!!! @KenyaMoore is so disrespectful! There is so much work you need to have done, but it’s on your evil a** heart! You’re just so nasty, hateful, and mean-spirited. The only one that will ever love you forever is your daughter unless you change. A MESS!!!”
Other Twitter users/bone collectors came for Kenya. “So after cultural appropriation last week your now body shaming a mother of 3 ….girl you need to seek some serious help and a dermatologist.” Another wrote, “Didn’t you get upset over the Buffalo comment? And you’re telling a mother of 3 to get a tummy tuck. Smh.”
But she started it:
There were a few social media users who came to Kenya’s defense- since they believe Drew started it.
On the cast trip to New Orleans, the peaches participated in a “booty bounce” contest for room assignments. Kenya left abruptly demanding a room key leaving the rest of the ladies to twerk for their room.
In a confessional, Drew asked, “What’s the problem? Girl, you paid for that booty, bounce it.”
“She [Kenya] responded to body shaming with body shaming . Get over it,” posted a Twitter user. “Didn’t Drew tell her to bounce that fake ass. Drew mentioned bodies first, all bets off. See this why I warned her to watch what she say,” commented another.