Kenya Moore blasts Porsha Stewart’s new hair line?


    Kenya Moore does not see it for Porsha Stewart’s new line of weaves, especially since she just launched her own hair care line!

    Do we detect some Gone-With-The-Wind-Fabulous shade?

    Kenya and Porsha were bitter rivals last season on “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” and it looks like their beef has spilled over into the beauty business.

    Earlier this year, Kenya revealed that she was working on a line of hair care products that promote healthy hair growth and length retention. Not long after that, Porsha hinted that she was planning on releasing her own line of weaves.

    Last month, Porsha finally got her product onto shelves and scalps as she launched her brand Naked Hair. Kenya’s hair care line still has yet to hit the market, but it seems that she doesn’t appreciate her “RHOA” co-star getting into the hair business too. Without naming any names, she took some not so veiled shots at Porsha’s weave line while promoting her own forthcoming hair care collection

    “#teamtwirl I’m excited about my hair care line,” Kenya tweeted before throwing a little a shade at the weave industry, and by extension, Porsha. “I’m not selling fake hair. …shampoo, conditioner, etc. 2grow #realhairlonger #twirlonthat.”

    Kenya wasn’t done dragging Porsha, though as she hinted that she doesn’t believe her co-star has a sound business model for her new product. The former Miss USA tweeted, “I actually embark on business ventures that make sense… With a business plan that can will grow wealth and an empire #not$10abundle,”

    News of Porsha’s hair line is month’s old, so it’s not clear why Kenya is just making a fuss about it now. Porsha has not responded to Kenya’s comments yet.

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