Kenya Moore Wiki, Biography
Popular RHOA (The Real Housewives of Atlanta) star Kenya Moore recently revealed that she would rather undergo tough military training than go on another trip with her RHOA co-stars.
In an exclusive interview with Entertainment Tonight, the reality star discussed her appearance and her experience on FOX’s Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test. Ella Kenya stated that she would rather do strenuous activities than spend time with the RHOA cast members.
Kenya added that a trip with the housewives was more difficult than any physical activity.
“100 Percent: This Answer Will Shock You”: RHOA’s Kenya Moore Claims A Housewives Trip Is Harder
Kenya Moore shared that dating housewives was nothing short of torture. Speaking with ET, she revealed:
“When I tell you it’s torture for me to go on trips with people you’d never go out with, you know, if you weren’t doing a show, and being stuck in a house with them, not being able to go anywhere and not being able to do nothing you want to do on your own and just be like a captive audience? 100 percent, this answer will blow your mind, a Housewives journey is harder.”
Kenia has been a part of RHOA since 2012. Over the past few seasons, she has had feuds with many co-stars. Her most recent encounter was with Sanya Richard Ross, who called Kenya “ungrateful” while they were in Jamaica.
Kenya recently joined the new FOX reality series titled Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test. Speaking about what made her join the show, Kenya shared:
“Honestly, I don’t know what I was thinking. I wanted to challenge myself. I wanted to do something I’d never done before. I wanted to grow and I wanted to overcome my fears, so this program was like the perfect fit for me.”
The RHOA star added:
“I feel like I’m a better person for it. I’ve proven to myself that you can still grow, you can still conquer your fears, and I think I feel like I’m a stronger, more focused person and everything I want.” I know that if I put my mind to it, I can do it, and I think I’ve lost it along the way, but I think it’s a good lesson to learn, because now I can teach my daughter, [Brooklyn], who is 4, that I really don’t there is such a thing as fear. She’s on your mind.”
Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test, is FOX’s newest game show that premiered earlier this year. Celebrities referred to as “recruits” will participate and battle each other in “boot camp style” challenges.
In the season premiere, 16 contestants entered the competition. But by the end of the episode, four contestants had been eliminated.