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Kenya Moore Defends Ditching Her ‘RHOA’ Co-Stars To Take Care Of Daughter Brooklyn; Says “Brooklyn Will Always Be #1”

Kenya Moore clapped back at her Real Housewives of Atlanta co-stars who accused her of ditching them to take care of her 2-year-old daughter, Brooklyn, during the latest episode of the Bravo hit reality series.

“I did apologize,” Moore tweeted on Sunday, February 14. “This is purely disrespectful, passive aggressive and nasty. I don’t have help at home. I put my child FIRST. Brooklyn will always be No. 1...People just said they don’t care about my friendship. So please stop acting like you care 🛑 #RHOA”

The former Miss USA winner then revealed that Porsha Williams, Kandi Burruss the other moms on the South Carolina trip “were told they could” bring their own little ones. “I have taken my child on every single cast trip. We don’t need permission to bring our children. If they wanted their children their [sic], they would be there.”

She added, “I don’t need to give them an option. No one can tell you not to bring your child, not production, not an employer and nor me.  And no one brought their child on the next trip even though they were told they could. #RHOA”

In Sunday’s episode, Moore ditched a game of “Never Have I Ever” to pick up Brooklyn from her nanny upstairs, according to Us Weekly. When Burruss followed her, Moore clarified that she had no plans to come back downstairs as she was caring for her 2-year-old daughter.

Burruss told the rest of the women that this “just pissed [her] off,” explaining, “This is all a double standard thing that’s happening right now and I’m not with it.”

Williams chimed in, “Kenya does have money, Kenya does afford herself nannies, and even if you couldn’t afford anything else, you could afford some common damn sense. Kenya is synonymous with selfish. Listen, I get where Kenya’s coming from. But her being the host, she should’ve given all of us the option to bring our kids or not.”

The following day, Moore told her co-stars that since her split from Marc Daly, she doesn’t “have a village” to take care of her toddler. “For me, it’s just been really stressful, and I told you that,” Moore explained tearfully, according to Us Weekly. “It has been over a year since Marc and I have been separated. As a separated person who has a child all the time, it’s just me. The decisions I make are not because I want to, it’s because I have to. I don’t have a choice.”

Kenya went on to apologize, noting that anyone judging her for taking care of Brooklyn should feel “shameful.”

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