‘RHOA’ Star Kenya Moore Seemingly Shades RHOBH’s Garcelle Beauvais and RHONY’s Eboni K. Williams

Kenya Moore is one of the veteran stars of The Real Housewives of Atlanta. The controversial housewife is never afraid to get messy calling her co-stars when she she believes they deserve it. Moore is one of the reality TV personalities that went on the vacation getaway with housewives from across the franchises where she most likely made new friends. After her return, she is seemingly shading housewives that had tiffs with other housewives were were on the All-Stars cast.

Garcelle Beauvais, Kenya Moore, and Eboni K. Williams in their respective Bravo photos
Garcelle Beauvais, Kenya Moore, and Eboni K. Williams | John Tsiavis/Tommy Garcia/Sophy Holland/Bravo

Kenya Moore seemingly shades Garcelle Beauvais

Fans first noticed that the RHOA star seemingly threw shade at Garcelle Beauvais of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. It was Kyle Richards from the latter franchise that went on the Peacock mashup show where she was able to get to know Moore. Coincidentally, Richards also had a tiff with Beauvais last season on RHOBH which bled over to the new season.

During season 10, Richards hosted a charity event where she had an auction. Beauvais bid on one of the items but she did not pay. Richards called her co-star out during the reunion special, which only made things worse. On the current season of RHOBH, Beauvais expressed to Richards that she didn’t like her calling her out publicly. The Coming 2 America actor questioned if Richards would’ve done the same if it was one of the other white women. Richards said it was not a racial issue and both agreed to move on from the matter.

Moore is probably catching up on the new season of RHOBH and made a comment about the ordeal between Beauvais and Richards.

“I don’t think Kyle Richards calling Garcelle out about not paying her donation has anything to do with color,” Moore tweeted. “It’s not a Black or white issue, it’s a green issue. Let’s not pull the race card every episode. They weren’t cool at the time. Glad they talked it through.”

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Kenya Moore seemingly shades Eboni K. Williams

After asking Beauvais not to “pull the race card every episode,” Bravo fan account Queens of Bravo found another gem. This time it was a comment Moore made about Eboni K. Williams, the newest housewife on The Real Housewives of New York City.

As RHONY fans may know, Luann de Lesseps was also on the crossover spinoff series and got to know Moore more intimately during their trip. De Lesseps and Williams had an argument on the most recent episode of the reality series. It all started when Ramona Singer had an issue with Leah McSweeney using vulgar language in front of her.

De Lesseps tried to explain that Singer grew up in a conservative household and that is why she is not used to using language like McSweeney. The Countess mentioned it was about education, which prompted Williams to say that she was the most educated from the current cast as she has the most degrees.

Williams’ comment made De Lesseps have a meltdown and that’s when she felt the most offended. The latter called the attorney an “angry woman” for yelling, despite all of them shouting back and forth at each other. After seemingly watching the episode Moore made a comment that many interpreted as shade toward Williams.

“LOL degrees make you more educated it doesn’t always mean they are more intelligent,” Moore replied to a video post De Lesseps made on Instagram.

Ramona Singer, Kenya Moore, Kyle Richards, Cynthia Bailey, and Teresa Giudice
The cast of ‘The Real Housewives: Mashup’: Ramona Singer, Kenya Moore, Kyle Richards, Cynthia Bailey, and Teresa Giudice | Sophy Holland/Tommy Garcia/John Tsiavis/Rodolfo Martinez/Bravo

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Fans react to Kenya Moore’s messages

It wasn’t long before social media users made their own opinions about Moore’s messages. Many noticed that the RHOA star was going after Black housewives that were the first African American stars to be cast in their respective franchises.

“Kenya, mind your own boring franchise,” a fan said.

“Why does she come for all the legitimate Black Hollywood actresses? No one sent for her,” a follower questioned.

“Maybe Kyle and Kenya meshed on All-stars. Friends backing up friends?” an Instagram user noted.

“Kenya can’t help herself but be constantly problematic,” another fan replied.