No matter who’s to blame for starting the physical altercation, Peter Thomas, Cynthia Bailey, Kandi and NeNe have all expressed their shame over the events.
Kenya has apologized to fans, too, but that’s not to suggest she’s taking the blame for what happened. Though she was in the middle of the mess, she doesn’t feel like she’s tarnished her image or the title of Miss USA.
“I think that one of the reasons that I won Miss USA is because I am a very outspoken young woman. I am not a conformist. I have a lot to say and if people would care to listen, I usually make sense, and I think that’s a great representation of who I am and as a former Miss USA on the show,” she said on “Watch What Happens Lives.”
Kenya also assured fans that they won’t see that violence again from her co-stars.
“We certainly don’t demean ourselves by hitting one another and coming to blows. In our defense, it was very embarrassing and I was embarrassed to be a part of that. It’s not our brand and that’s something that you’ll probably never see from our franchise,” she said on “Bethenny.”
Watch Kenya on “Watch What Happens Live” below.
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