The appearance of Kenya Moore and Quad Webb on WWHL was worthy of gnashing of teeth – They hid their beef in front of the camera!

Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore and Married to Medicine star Quad Webb appeared side by side as guests in the latest episode of Watch What Happens Live, and things got into trouble very quickly when host Andy Cohen played a Moore-worthy RHOA clip from Moore. husband Marc Daly defending NeNe Leakes.

After the clip, Webb tried to ask Moore what it was like to see her husband not get her back, and some issues between the ladies immediately arose. This led the two ladies to mince their beef in front of the Bravo cameras.

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In the clip, Daly says he cares about the people who matter in his life, and he explained that Leakes was nice to him the first time he met the cast of RHOA. Moore reminds him that he was “very offended” when Leakes laughed at her when she was pregnant, calling him “pregnant with a buffalo.”

“It’s an inappropriate comment, but she then contacted you afterwards and tried to apologize,” replied Daly, to whom Moore said, “No, she didn’t.”

Daly insisted that he had no problem with Leakes. Then Kandi Burruss said in his confessional that Daly is supposed to have the back of his wife, not Leakes.

As soon as the clip ended, Webb responded with his question. But, Moore didn’t want to respond to Webb and said, “Well, I’m going to let Andy ask the question.” Cohen said that was exactly the question he was going to ask, and Moore told him that the clip was difficult to watch because the husband and the wife must have a united forehead.

After Moore’s response, Cohen said for the second time that Webb had asked the same question he was going to ask. And, Webb said she understood because Cohen was the host, and Moore did the same when she was on her Sister Circle talk show.

Fans immediately noticed how Moore treated Webb, and later in the episode Cohen said he received a lot of tweets asking why Moore was so shady about Webb.

“Well, it’s going to take too long for me to respond,” replied Moore. But, Quad told him to answer the question.

“You are very smart. You can just sum it up very quickly. Just give two words to people,” said Webb. “Whatever it is! Give them! “

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Moore simply said, “History,” and Cohen could barely handle it.

Webb said she had no idea what Moore was talking about, and Moore continued to say that Webb had a shady story about her. The ladies went back and forth and ground their beef in front of the audience.

At the end of the episode, they had even more to say to each other and continued in the After Show, which you can see in the clip above.

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