Kenya Moore thinks that some of the husbands on “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” need to man up and figure out how to address a lady.
Kenya faced off with some of the husbands on part 3 of the “RHOA” season 5 reunion on Sunday. Most notably, Phaedra’s husband Apollo Nida accused her of brazenly hitting on her. He said she came on so strong that he had to leave the hotel where they were staying in separate rooms and check in elsewhere.
The former Miss USA said that Apollo had been texting her, and the messages she showed reunion host Andy Cohen failed to reveal anything scandalous. From there, Kenya went on to tangle with Cynthia Bailey’s husband Peter Thomas over her relationship with Walter Jackson.
The whole thing left a bad taste in Kenya’s mouth, and she had to share her thoughts in her Bravo blog. “No real or decent man verbally attacks a woman,” she wrote. “The truth is, Peter, Apollo, and Kordell have all shown unacceptable aggression and intimidation toward women. Only cowardly men raise their voices in anger, physically act aggressively, or angrily shout at and attack women.”
Given the fact that Kenya has survived an abusive relationship, she’s a little more sensitive to aggression than others may be. However, that didn’t stop her from continuing to question their masculinity by stating that the guys should have let their wives handle their own disagreements.
“Real men stay out of their women’s business and they don’t engage in repugnant hostile actions or words toward a woman whether they know, like, or dislike her,” Kenya stated.
But there were two men that the Gone With The Wind Fabulous reality star felt really set a good example for the rest of the men on the show.
“I applaud Gregg and Todd for the classy and appropriate way they refrained from attacking me unlike the others to get camera time,” Kenya commended. “The others are always looking for their moment, which is why they all bonded with my groupie ex. As badly as they all want to hold a peach, they never will.”