NeNe Leakes: Kenya Moore is starving for attention

    NeNe LeakesNeNe Leakes thinks Kenya Moore might be jealous of the spotlight shining on some of their “Real Housewives of Atlanta” co-stars, which is a hard pill to swallow for a so-called attention whore.

    When visiting Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live” recently, a caller asked NeNe whether Kenya had an issue with all of the attention showered on Porsha Williams during her highly publicized divorce.

    “That would probably be a yes, honey,” said NeNe. “Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes.”

    On the most recent episode of the show, Kenya twirled out of an event after loudly criticizing Porsha who’d separated herself from the group after once again being chastised by NeNe for being a bad friend.

    Kenya, seemingly annoyed by Porsha’s emotional exit, questioned why Porsha was in tears and decided to leave the venue rather than wait until Porsha composed herself and returned to the festivities.

    “Did you see her tonight, storm out of the party and twirl in the middle of the street?” NeNe asked before having everyone in the studio join her in calling Kenya an “attention whore.”

    Oddly enough, it’s Kenya who’s suggested that NeNe needs more attention and resents Kenya for being a large personality on the show.

    “Last season, she had all these jobs. She was this Hollywood actress, and she had arrived, and she had made it and this season she doesn’t have any of that,” Kenya explained to Wendy Williams in December. “Last season she welcomed me. She was like, ‘Oh, Kenya, do your thing.’ Now, all of a sudden this is all she has and things changed. They drastically changed.”

    Watch NeNe on “Watch What Happens Live” below.

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