Ne Ne Leakes Claims Kenya Moore Couldn’t Afford Penthouse: “I Know When A Girl Can’t Afford Something”

Ne Ne Leakes Claims Kenya Moore Couldn’t Afford Penthouse: “I Know When A Girl Can’t Afford Something”


Chile the shade! HA!

If you are an avid watcher of Real Housewives of Atlanta then you would’ve seen on the last episode that Ne Ne Leakes attempted to help Kenya Moore find an apartment after she was kicked out of the home she was renting. Before the house shopping even began Ne Ne was throwing shade when she walked into the hotel room Kenya Moore was staying in. The room happened to have a white refrigerator, it was a bit small and didn’t have the best view of the city. Ne Ne referred to it as “the ghetto” and a 2.3 star hotel. Lawdddd I can’t!

Ne Ne then takes Kenya to her personal realtor where they show Kenya a 4,000 square foot upscale penthouse in which they wanted 1.6 million dollars for. Chile Ms. Kenya Moore shut the offer down quickly honey claiming that she needs at least a 5,000 square foot home for all the “theatrics” that takes place in her bedroom. HA!

Yesterday, Ne Ne Leakes hopped on her Bravo Blog and here’s what she had to say about the situation:

Given the fact that she claims to be so fabulous, it was quite shocking to see her in a less than fabulous hotel. I’m not Kenya’s friend, but I am trying to get to know her, so I wanted to reach out to her to help her with looking for a home, because Atlanta is my city. I took Kenya to one of the finest, most exclusive penthouses in Atlanta, but I know when a girl can’t afford something, so I joked and we exited the building because I clearly had taken her out of her price range!

And in response to Ne Ne, Kenya wrote:


I can call foul and say NeNe was throwing shade in her interviews about my living arrangements. The truth is I was at the Georgian Terrace, which is a 4 star hotel with valet parking in a 2 BR 2 BA suite while the other side of hotel was being renovated. It may have looked like an apartment of some kind, but I can assure you it was not. The juxtaposition of the two places was funny, and I’ll take this one to the chin. But no one should try to count my money, especially when one has never owned a home of their own.


I appreciate when one can humble themselves and admit they lied through the entire first season. I find it interesting that people in glass houses throw stones and call people names more befitting to themselves such as “fake.” My instincts are always accurate, and I only hope the lies on all levels stop. You can only be successful in life when you are real. Being fake will never get you anywhere.


In case you missed it, check out Ne Ne’s reaction to Kenya’s hotel here.

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