Kenya Moore is opening up about her feud with The Real Housewives of New York star, Ramona Singer. Moore and Singer are co-stars in the upcoming Bravo Housewives mashup, Ultimate Girls’ Trip. The show chronicles several popular Housewives from multiple franchises on an 8-day vacation in Turks and Caicos. Of course, drama ensues. But not only does Moore and Singer trade jabs, Moore also gets into it with her friend and RHOA co-star, Cynthia Bailey.
Kenya Moore calls Ramona Singer ‘disrespectful’
It’s unclear what triggers the drama between Singer and Williams but Williams says Singer was the initiator. “In the beginning, she just seemed to be very rude. She cursed at me within 30 minutes of meeting her,” Moore recently told Page Six.
“I’m not going to get along with someone who is just so blatantly disrespectful,” Moore added, noting that she’s “not the girl to be disrespectful with.” Moore continued: “Maybe she doesn’t know my street cred, but she found out.”
The former Dancing With the Stars competitor says she’s no longer wasting her time trying to resolve things with Singer. “You know you’re not going anywhere. It was like, I’m just doing it now for the sake of abusing myself,” she said. “Because the more you kept trying to talk to her and talk sense into her, it was like hitting your head against a brick wall.”
The former Miss USA also had issues with longtime BFF, Cynthia Bailey
Moore also gets into an unexpected conflict with Bailey. The RHOA vets have been close friends for years and have had their share of drama. But Bailey admitted in a recent chat with E! News that she’s had a hard time moving past their recent squabble.
“I was really hurt and I couldn’t let it go,” Bailey said. “I had to think about why I was feeling this way, because I love Kenya. I know she loves me. I had to think and pray about our relationship. It is what it is.”
Despite the strain, Bailey says she and Moore are actively working to put the pieces back together. “We had a real conversation, and we have talked since then, we have had some conversations and those conversations were good.”
Bailey added, “The dynamic of the friendship has definitely changed since the trip, but there will always be love there. I take accountability for the fact that I’m not always as vocal as I should be in friendships when people do things that I don’t like.”