The eighth season of the "Real Housewives of Atlanta" is already nearing its end and stars of the reality show are now getting back together to talk about the past in the three-part reunion special. And, as the women reminisce, new issues about Kenya Moore emerge.
In a teaser clip for the third potion of the reunion special, which is scheduled to air on April 3, the Miss U.S.A winner gets confronted by Christopher Morgan, the husband of actress-director Kim Fields. He then calls Moore a liar for allegedly spreading rumors and telling other people that he's gay, En Stars reported.
Moore then defended herself by saying that she did not start the rumors since these have already been going around before she even started talking about them.
The clip then went on with Morgan grilling Moore as to who were their mutual friends who calls him "Chrissy" as a joke behind his back. Moore then responded by telling him to just use Google to find out who these people are.
It seems this isn't the only conflict that Moore got involved in the ongoing reunion special. As noted by E! Online, she was placed on the hot seat during the second part of the special regarding some of the things she said during the course of the show. One of those was about her relationship with her mother.
During the special, host Andy Cohen focused on the episode when Moore ambushed her estranged mother with a camera crew in an attempt to reconnect with her. As they were talking about the episode, a fan sent in a question regarding the authenticity of her statements about her mother.
According to the fan, in 1993, People magazine published a story about Moore's experience after winning Miss U.S.A. According to her, after the pageant, her mother called her to congratulate her.
The fan noted that this indicates that her mother wanted to reconnect with her, but she apparently turned her away.
But, during the reunion special, Moore said that her mother did not congratulate her.
"No, that's untrue," Moore said in response to the fan's question. "She called me to tell me to not speak to the press about her. She did not call to congratulate her."
Confused by her answer, Cohen issued a follow-up question.
"People magazine did a story about Miss USA doesn't speak to her mother?" he said
"Yes, but they also reached out to her, directly," Moore answered. "And she game a quote. And then she called. I was at the Miss Universe pageant at the time. She called and wanted to speak to me. I picked up the phone and she said, 'May I speak to Kenya?' And I know her voice."
"And I just froze up and I said, 'She's not here.' And then my cousin called me and said she wanted to tell me not to speak to the press about her," she added.