"Some people are made for reality TV and some people aren't," Moore said of season 8 cast member Kim Fields
http://www.nbcnewyork.com/portableplayer/?cmsID=350683851&videoID=cJntginQc3Ax&origin=nbcnewyork.com&sec=the-scene&subsec=fashion&width=600&height=360Kenya Moore isn’t afraid to throw a whole lot of shade at her Real Housewives of Atlanta costars.
“Some people are made for reality TV, and some people aren’t,” Moore said on Monday’s episode of New York Live. “I mean, you have to kind of be interesting, right?”
Her jab was aimed at newcomer Kim Fields, but no one was safe from Moore’s wrath.
“We live 500 ft. from each other, we literally can walk to each other’s homes,” said Moore, 44. “When we met, it seemed like she was kind of upset because of what was already known about her house not being completed after four years of being under construction. I offered to start a Kickstarter for her, to finish it, but I don’t think that went over well.”
“We opened [this season] to 3.7 million viewers, so clearly we’re doing just fine without her,” she said.
“And listen, you can’t deny the fact that she is one of the originals and she helped to build a platform that we have now, but times do change, and, you know, there might just be a new queen as a ruler now.”
The Real Housewives of Atlanta airs Sundays (8 p.m. ET) on Bravo.