Kenya Moore Talks Natalie: “Don’t Come For Me Unless I Send for You!”
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Kenya Moore Talks Natalie: “Don’t Come For Me Unless I Send for You!”

Things got crazy this week on The Real Housewives of Atlanta, when Cynthia Bailey's friend, Natalie, joined the women for some wine tasting at a fancy vineyard. Not surprisingly, Kenya Moore was the first to throw the newcomer shade, mentioning that her supposed husband told her that their marriage was common law and not actually legit. But, when Natalie started talking about Kandi Burruss's man, Todd Tucker, Kenya wasn't having it.

Kenya used her BravoTV blog to vent about her experience with Natalie.

"I could not care less about their arrangement or her gift certificate of marriage, LOL! It wasn’t my business, but Natalie made it my business when she chose to blatantly lie about being married for 18 years and trash Todd," Kenya wrote.

As far as Natalie trying to read Kenya, she had a clear message for her.

"When Natalie tried to insult me for exposing her… someone should have told Natalie, DON’T COME FOR ME UNLESS I SEND FOR YOU!," Kenya emphasized in the blog.

Furthermore, she wasn't very impressed with the fact that Cynthia Bailey seemed to side with Natalie during her on-camera interview.

"And shame on Cynthia for taking her side in her interview. I’ve been a loyal friend to her and proven myself," Kenya added.

But, overall, Kenya wasn't the one getting teamed up on for once. By the end of the episode, Kandi put Natalie in her place, with the rest of the women cheering her on.

"With that said, at least ALL of the ladies rallied together to put Natalie in her place. I lived for Kandi, who got her together and sent her weathered face packing back to obscurity," Kenya concluded.

Do you think Natalie was out of line? Sound off below!

Source: BravoTV Blog

01.21.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Maria Valiente
Related: Real Housewives of Atlanta, News, Reality Gossip, TV, Kenya Moore

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