'RHOA': Marlo Hampton Calls Kenya Moore 'Trash' In Season 14 Midseason Trailer
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'RHOA': Marlo Hampton Calls Kenya Moore 'Trash' In Season 14 Midseason Trailer

The Real Housewives of Atlanta star Marlo Hampton has been making quite a stir since receiving her peach and becoming a full-time castmate. Hampton is known for her harsh verbal lashings and fashions, and this time is no different. She has a long and complicated history with Kenya Moore. In a trailer for the next half of the season, Hampton is seen getting into it with Moore.

Things between Hampton and Moore sour

Season 14 has been packed full of drama so far and it doesn’t seem like it’s going to get any better. Hampton and Moore began as friends but things took a quick turn when Hampton accused Moore of lying about being sick and not showing up for a party to help cheer up fellow cast member Sheree Whitfield. Things have only worsened from there.

This week, the midseason trailer for the show dropped and it is explosive.

There seems to be issues in all of the women’s lives and everyone is dealing with something. One big moment is when Hampton and Moore get it to and Hampton calls Moore trash.

Hampton disses Moore

In a conversation with Whitfield about Moore, Hampton said that Moore”slept with half of Hollywood.” At an event for Drew Sidora, she shaded Moore’s marriage to Marc Daly.

 

Hampton calls Moore "trash"

“No one in this group would take me away from Michael and William,” Hampton says in the trailer for a future episode, referring to her two teenage nephews she gained custody of in 2019. Moore responded: “Yeah, ’cause you gave them away.” In turn, Hampton called Moore “trash.”

Watch the trailer below

 

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