'RHOA': Kenya Moore Feels Kandi Burruss Tried To Make Her Look Bad With Sex Toy Game During New York Trip
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'RHOA': Kenya Moore Feels Kandi Burruss Tried To Make Her Look Bad With Sex Toy Game During New York Trip

Kandi Burruss is feeling the heat from some of her fellow The Real Housewives of Atlanta co-stars this season. Burruss has been beefing with Marlo Hampton and Sheree Whitfield, and now her good friend Kenya Moore also is sharing her grievances. Moore claims that Burrus tried to set her up to look bad while on a trip to New York. Moore was not pleased when Burruss gifted her and the other ladies with vibrating panties, believing it was inappropriate for single women to have them on around married couples. Burruss doesn’t get where Moore is coming from, but that doesn’t stop Moore from expressing herself.

Burruss gives the housewives vibrating panties

The cast took a trip to New York to see Burruss’ Broadway play Thoughts of a Colored Man, which she executive produces.

During this group trip, things got awkward when Burruss gave the women remote control vibrating panties, which apparently, in close proximity, could be controlled by more than one remote. The remotes were given to the men. Hampton and Moore refused to wear the panties saying it was inappropriate. Moore couldn’t let it go and felt that Burruss was setting her up for failure.

Moore reflects back to previous seasons of her being accused of being inappropriate

Moore and Burruss decided to move on from the incident, but Moore still thought Burrus should have been more thoughtful because of the drama that occurred with former housewife Phaedra Parks, and Parks’ then-husband, Apollo Nida. During season 5, Moore was accused of flirting and being inappropriate with Nida. After she denied it, Nida accused Moore of propositioning her for sex. He later admitted it was a lie, but the damage was done.

Talking with Sheree Whitfield on the RHOA After Show, Moore reminded viewers of the scandal and said of Burruss:

Talking with Sheree Whitfield on the RHOA After Show, Moore reminded viewers of the scandal and said of Burruss:

“So he came back and apologized but it’s like you are still putting me in a situation around married men to set me up to look…for failure basically, to look bad," she continued.

Moore added, “And you should know better because you lived through what I had been put through and now that we’re friends, you should be a little bit more sensitive to the situations you’re putting me through.”

Watch the full after show below:

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