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Kenya Moore called evil by Donald Trump: ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ news

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Donald Trump has allegedly called Kenya Moore an evil woman after her appearance on the “Celebrity Apprentice.” Wetpaint reports on Monday that the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star has been fired from the reality show and has received a scathing commentary from Trump. Moore has been involved in several feuds on “Celebrity Apprentice” that have escalated to social media.

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Moore was accused of stealing Vivica A. Fox’s phone to post a mocking comment on Twitter while the two women were on the reality show together. Fox has confirmed that she believes Moore was responsible for her phone disappearing with a new comment on Twitter. Moore’s original comment mocked the actress’ age and blamed menopause on her not being able to think clearly.

Fox is not the only person who has faced problems with Moore recently, and the cast of the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” can confirm the issues are not over. She may have moved past her argument with Porsha Williams, but she has found other victims on reality programs. Nevertheless, she has not responded to Trump’s assessment of her character.

Moore allegedly had serious issues with Brandi Glanville on Trump’s show, and their feud was a distraction that angered other contestants. Although Glanville was accused of stirring up some of the anger, Moore had to take responsibility for her actions on the show. She also had problems with other people and was generally described as difficult.

Despite the focus on Moore and her inappropriate tweet, Fox was rumored to have issues with Glanville, so she could have selected the wrong culprit for her attack. Fans thought it was possible that Glanville or Moore stole Fox’s phone, but the actress has insisted she knows it was Moore who was responsible. Charges have not been brought against the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star for the theft of the phone.