Real Atlanta housewives have come back in force – many fights and too many nuances to count. One of the most memorable quarrels involved Kenya Moore and her co-star, Eva Marcille.
Fans assumed the two ladies would get along because they are both models who recently delivered – Kenya welcomed daughter Brooklyn and Eva had a son named Maverick.
However, this is not the case – the ladies have looked into skin color, hair texture, and now a conversation about slavery is taking place.
In a new interview, Kenya becomes honest and brutal about Eva calling her “diaper head” in the popular Bravo show.
The future ex-wife of Marc Daly said this: “Later in life, mom” is a fact. What I didn’t like about what she said was “over the hill”. Now it’s an insult. Likewise, she insulted me by calling me “layered head”, the same way she insulted me by saying, “I don’t know the color of her eyes.” It’s like , why are you doing all this? I never told you anything bad, and it all comes from the fact that you didn’t want to bring your children around me because of problems that you had taken care of about me. So now you’re just insulting my character and me as a mom. It’s a low blow. “
The former beauty queen added, “It’s below the waist, and there’s no way to explain how you get out of it.” I think Eva has to do some real introspection and try to understand where it comes from. You are not allowed to call a dark-skinned girl with a layered head. Of all the things that were told to us, you know, “cotton picking, changing, darkie”, all of those things, you can’t call me like a fair-skinned girl with fair eyes and straight hair . “
The businesswoman concluded, “So you have to understand where your colorism comes from and the fact that you perpetuate this hatred of slavery. So this is what she needs to find out and find out how to resolve these issues with me. “
Some people say Eva has the right to say what she thinks, but many call her for inappropriate comments.
What do you think of this fight?