February 12, 2014 01:30 PM by Stephanie Gustafson
Kenya Moore is now the proud owner of a Bentley. That’s great and all, but it comes across as a show of hypocrisy, given the Real Housewives of Atlanta star’s penchant for financial criticism. How is Kenya justifying her big purchase?
Everyone loves to hate on Kenya Moore, particularly when she’s stirring up drama on The Real Housewives of Atlanta. While the reality star often offers up surprisingly witty insights, she continually manages to annoy RHOA viewers with her frequent displays of hypocrisy.
Case in point: Kenya’s perfectly happy to bash other Real Housewives cast members — namely, Porsha Stewart — for their consistent attempts to keep up with the Joneses (or the Leakes, as the case may be), and yet, she appears to have engaged in some hefty spending of her own. During a recent interview with Bethenny Frankel, Kenya said that, yes, she is now the proud owner of a Bentley, but no, she doesn’t really care what others think about her new ride. “You know what it is no one’s business, it’s just a car.”
Kenya added that, although others may cast doubt on her ability to afford such a flashy vehicle, she wasn’t about to instigate any car-related arguments with her RHOA frenemies. “I could care less what they try to add up what I have or what I am paying for anything. I am very secure in what my choices are.”
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