February 19, 2014 10:00 AM by Stephanie Gustafson
Kenya Moore went out of her way to host a charity ball, but recent allegations suggest that she may have profited more than Saving Our Daughters, the intended recipient of the event’s proceeds. Now, the Real Housewives of Atlanta star is stepping up with video evidence and other forms of documentation. Will it be enough to convince the critics that her intentions were pure?
Chalk it up to just one more disastrous event on The Real Housewives of Atlanta. Unfortunately, this is one that could potentially have major long-term implications for those involved. Yes, we’re talking about the Saving Our Daughters charity ball, an occasion Kenya Moore hoped would positively impact her relationship with NeNe Leakes. Obviously, that has not been the case.
Turns out, plenty of Facebook critics are casting doubt on the legitimacy of the supposed charity ball — Saving Our Daughters among them! The charity recently released a statement, alleging that they “did not receive any of the proceeds raised from [Kenya Moore's] masquerade ball.”
Quick to respond, Kenya made a point of sharing documentation of her contributions via B. Scott. These include multiple text messages and bank receipts highlighting Kenya’s financial support for Saving Our Daughters, plus NeNe’s notification of the event (as you may recall, she denied receiving an invite). Kenya also took to Twitter to claim that she possessed, “video proof, more check copies and a contract.” At this point, it’s hard to know who to believe!
What do you think? Could Kenya Moore have faked her way through the entire Saving Our Daughters debacle? Or will the reality star’s receipts and video evidence be enough to clear her name? Feel free to share your opinion in the comments section below!
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