Kenya Moore brings out slavery while chasing Eva Marcille – "Real Housewives of Atlanta,quot; fans feel the drama is reaching a new level


Real Atlanta Housewives He came back with a bang: many fights and too many shadows to tell. One of the most memorable fights involved Kenya Moore and her co-star, Eva Marcille.

Fans assumed that the two ladies would get along because they are both models who recently gave birth: Kenya welcomed her daughter Brooklyn and Eva had a son named Maverick.

However, that is not the case: women have been analyzing skin color, hair texture and now a conversation about slavery is taking place.

In a new interview, Kenya becomes honest and raw about Eva calling her "diaper head,quot; in the popular Bravo program.

Marc Daly's future ex-wife said this: "Later in life mom,quot; is a fact. What I didn't like was that he said "on the hill,quot;. That is an insult. In the same way she insulted me by calling me "diaper head," in the same way she insulted me by saying, "I don't know the color of her eyes." It's like, why are you doing all that? I have never told you anything unpleasant, and all this comes from the fact that you did not want to take your children around me because of the problems you had decided about me. So now you're just insulting my character and me as a mother. That is a low blow. "

The former beauty queen added: "That's under the belt, and there's no way you can explain how to get out of that." I think Eva has to do a true soul search and try to figure out where that comes from. You can't call a brown-skinned girl with a diaper head. Of all the things they've told us, you know, "pick up cotton, diaper head, darkie," all those things, you can't call me a light-skinned girl with light eyes and straight hair. "

The businesswoman concluded: “Then, you must find out where your colorism comes from and the fact that you are perpetuating this hatred derived from slavery. So that's what you need to educate yourself and discover how to do things right with me. ”

Some people say that Eva has the right to say what she thinks, but many call her because of her inappropriate comments.


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