“RHOA” fans were likely expecting the DVD to be titled, “Stallion Booty,” but Kenya’s workout video is called “Booty Boot Camp” and offers three “fat-blasting total-body sculpting workouts” to help consumers “get the round stallion booty” they’ve always wanted.
Kenya criticized Phaedra for producing a workout that only focuses on turning women’s derrieres into “donkey” booties. The former Miss USA asserted that ladies want their entire bodies to be slim and trim, not just their behinds.
She fills in the gaps Phaedra’s DVD supposedly missed with her workout regimen that Kenya said is a way of life for her.
“It’s what I’ve done for the last 20 years to stay in shape. It’s hard work, but I’ve definitely learned tricks to excel in your weight loss and get your body toned and fit. That’s what the DVD is all about,” she told “Huffington Post Live.”
Kenya said on “RHOA” that she didn’t feel Phaedra’s physique was toned enough for the entertainment attorney to be instructing others on how to stay in shape, and Kenya remains a critic of the “donkey booty” movement.
“We all know what a donkey looks like. It’s a work animal. It’s not very attractive. It’s short. It’s dumpy. It’s just not a good thing to be called; I think. It’s really a jacka$$,” she said describing stallions as “statuesque.”
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