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According to Porsha, who says the incident with Kenya Moore caused her to black out, her response to the former Miss USA’s taunts were a direct result of abuse she says she suffered at the hands of her ex-husband Kordell Stewart.
In an Access Hollywood interview with Billy Bush, Porsha says she felt threatened by the scepter Kenya was wielding and that in a split second she reacted to defend herself.
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Kenya took to Twitter earlier this week to announce her new venture, saying “#teamtwirl I’m excited about my hair care line. I’m not selling fake hair… shampoo, conditioner, etc. 2 grow #realhairlonger #twirlonthat. I actually embark on business ventures that make sense… With a business plan that will grow wealth and an empire #not$10bundle.”
Kenya went on to sing the virtues of her products, saying they are for all hair types and contain no sulphates.
Kenya is the second housewife to unveil her own line of hair products in recent months. Fellow housewife Porsha Stewart recently unveiled her “Naked” line of weave products, which she touts as “hair so real, it feels like your own.”
No doubt Kenya’s above comments were aimed at Porsha, who routinely found herself on the wrong side of Kenya’s good graces last season.
So, did Kenya release her hair care line to take a bite out of Porsha’s sales? I personally doubt it. The ladies are appealing to two completely different markets. Plus, Kenya’s line hasn’t officially hit the market yet.
KenyaMoore.com lists something “Gone with the wind fabulous is coming…,” so we assume it will be unveiled any day now- most likely when the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” returns to the air later this fall.
According to numerous published reports, Kenya, for the cool sum of only $600,000, will return for the show’s sixth season.
Thanks to her shenanigans, the fifth season of RHOA was its most successful, drawing an average of three million viewers per episode.
Kenya’s windfall reportedly makes her one of the highest paid housewives of the entire franchise, but still pales in comparison to the million dollar paycheck fellow castmate Nene Leakes pulls in.
Kenya wore a gorgeous one-shoulder jersey dress by Lanvin, which she paired with Christian Loboutin’s ever popular Daffodil Glitter Pumps.
Lanvin’s Asymmetrical Draped Dress retails for $4,865, while the Louboutin pumps seem almost economical for the price of $644 via Neiman Marcus.
Word is Kenya is looking for a paycheck to rival that of original cast member NeNe Leakes. NeNe reportedly struck a deal with Bravo to be paid$1,000,000 for the upcoming season, plus bonuses.
Should Bravo pay Kenya to keep on twirling?
You tell us.