Like Britney Spears, Kenya Moore is not that innocent—just ask Nene Leakes! One week after part one of the Real Housewives of Atlanta season six reunion saw Porsha Williams physically attack Kenya Moore, part two aired Sunday, April 27, and the remaining women—Williams had been asked to leave by host Andy Cohen—tried to figure out where it all went so horribly wrong. Although it was Williams, 31, who now-infamously grabbed Moore's hair and pulled her to the ground (leading to a simple battery charge and a fierce-looking mugshot), mother hen Leakes was quick to place the blame on Moore for goading Williams with props, a bullhorn and scepter.
Former beauty queen Moore, 42, advocated that Williams be fired for her behavior. "You don't put your hands on anyone, and anyone who does should be punished and they should not be allowed to sit on the couch," she argued.
Leakes was having none of that. "That's how you saw it?" the Dancing with the Stars competitor, 46, said. "You were pointing that thing in her face, and you were also screaming through the bullhorn, and that's a violation. Even though you didn't hit her, that is a violation because you had it this close in her face . .. I'm just saying that you are not innocent."
"This is not about being innocent, okay?" retorted Moore. "We're adults, we're women and we're able to sit on this couch because we can control ourselves. We fight with our words, I am one of the best at it. If you feel like you can't defend yourself after you tell lies or you say things or you don't want someone to have a response, then you don't need to be sitting here."
She concluded: "Violence against women on any level is wrong."
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