Earlier this month it was reported that Kenya’s landlord Conya Weems-Dillon was evicting her for failing to pay full rent for the month of May, coming up about $848 short. Wednesday , a judge ordered that she vacate the six-bedroom mansion near Atlanta, finding in favor of Conya.
Not long after the ruling was handed down, Kenya put a call in to Wendy Williams to tell her side of the story. But she didn’t say anything about her court case before addressing Wendy for offering to pay the reportedly missing amount of rent. “You were being a little bit shady, but that’s okay. I still love you anyway,” Kenya teased.
From there, Kenya spilled the tea about court proceedings, which she claims caught her somewhat off guard. “First off, I want to go back to the ruling. First of all, we never got notice of our court date so that’s going to be overturned and we’ll have another court date, so it isn’t over until the fat lady sings,” Kenya stated. “Secondly, this is absolutely absurd! I’ve paid this woman nearly $52,000 in rent and she has a $6,000 security deposit of mine.”
By mentioning such a sizeable security deposit, Kenya may be suggesting that if she had really failed to pay her full rent last month that Conya could have gotten the money from the deposit. However, Kenya argues that her former landlord wouldn’t need to do that since she’s always paid her rent on time and in full. “I have paid her May rent and paid her June and my lease is up in three weeks, so this whole thing is absolutely ridiculous,” the former Miss USA said.
But if Kenya were really such a great tenant, then Wendy doesn’t see why Conya would be coming after her. The led her to ask Kenya what Conya’s real gripe is about. The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star mused that it could be a symptom of her hurt from a failed marriage.
“I don’t know if it’s necessarily so personal. She’s taking her ex-husband (back) to court,” Kenya pointed out. “I can’t help I live a fabulous life and she can no longer afford to be in the house.”
Although Kenya said that her lease isn’t up for another three weeks, she’s suggesting that Conya may be trying to kick her out of the house early. When she refused to leave before her contract was up, Kenya suggested that Conya began to harass her out of the mansion. “When I didn’t move out when she wanted me to–she had to give me 60 days notice–it was like everyday she was coming in and out of the house, ” Kenya revealed. “I almost had a get a restraining order against her.”