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Kenya Moore Claps Back at Tamar Braxton..Fantasia Getting Married

SHADY PALM TREE: The Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore has clapped back at Tamar Braxton! Tamar appeared on Sunday's Watch What Happens Live episode which airs on Bravo. The show which discusses pop culture topics also takes phone calls from viewers. One viewer called in to ask Tamar what she thought about Kenya's singing career to which Tamar replied "she sings?". That was when host Andy Cohen pointed out the fact that Kenya released a song on iTunes last year. Tamar when on to say that Kenya was thirsty and she wasn't a fan of her pageantry. As expected those words got back to Kenya who replied on Twitter saying she was "going to wash her ORIGINAL face". That was a dig at Tamar who has had plastic surgery. It's funny though because there have always been rumors that Kenya Moore's butt is not real. At last season's reunion, Nene, Kenya's arch nemesis poked fun at the rumors asking her if "that booty still on loan?" But Kenya never quite answered that question. If I had to guess its still on loan. THE WEDDING SINGER: There's not just shade brewing in Atlanta there's also said to be wedding bells. Fantasia and her new man are said to be married or at least in the early stages or planning a wedding. Fantasia's new man has gotten her name tattooed on his body and Fantasia showed it off on social media. Fantasia sure knows how to pick them doesn't she?
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