RHOA star Kenya Moore “offended” Native American Halloween costume after his fans were furious
BRAVO edited Kenyan Moore’s “disgusting” Native American Halloween costumes from the March episode of Atlanta’s “Real Housewives”.
Just after the broadcast, the 50-year-old and the entire network apologized for it. Now, this costume has been removed from the plot of the new episode. species.
Although a few months have passed since the Halloween episode, Bravo is still showing the shows to fans on its apps, website and VOD.
After the fans were furious, the network performed a re-edit shortly after the broadcast to delete most scenes of Kenyan clothing, but only briefly showed her herself-she called herself the “Samurai Princess.”
After the reality TV star wore a Native American headdress as a costume, he was strongly criticized by fans, housewives and non-profit organizations.
She quickly went to social media to express regret about wearing this costume, which she previously claimed to be a “warrior princess.”
She wrote: “I apologize for the improper wearing of Native American headgear as clothing.
“I now realize that this is both disrespectful and insensitive. If I had this knowledge and understanding in advance, I would never be able to do it.
“I’m sorry. When you know more, you will do better. I’m really sorry.”
During this period Right of abode In the controversial episode, Falynn Guobadia (Falynn Guobadia) invited the ladies to a Halloween party in the quarantine style.
When Kenya entered Farin’s home, the hostess seemed uncomfortable with her clothes.
Drew Sidora – Wearing cat costumes – Tell the camera: “Kenya’s Native American costumes are super troublesome, but I don’t want to mess up any feathers.
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“But it feels like I am the only one who has questions about Kenya Moore’s decision.”
Porsha WilliamsMaddie, who was disgusted with this, said to the producer: “Kenya is a native American warrior. I thought we don’t do this anymore. I know this girl is crazy, but I added a mee to the list. Added w.”
These notes are still part of the newly edited version, although the Kenyan clothing they are referring to has been taken out.