“I wanted to do the show because it was a step outside my comfort zone. I wanted to get awareness out on a few projects I’m working on, also the work I’ve been doing for my foundation,The Kenya Moore Foundation.” she explained to Everything Girls Love. “Reality television offers tremendous opportunities for your career.”
What Kenya didn’t take into account was that doing reality TV would also provide people with a chance to hurl some pretty harsh criticisms at her.
“Some people make everything so personal and it seems like unnecessary attacks. That’s what I didn’t sign up for,” Kenya said. “Everyone is entitled to their opinion, but there’s never ever a need to be downright disgustingly mean and atrocious on any platform whatsoever.”