Kenya Moore insists that her relationship with Walter Jackson is real. Answering many a question from viewers Sunday, Jan. 13, Moore insists that she didn't lie, was not playing games and genuinely had feelings for the man that accused her of creating a fictitious relationship just so that she could appear on "The Real Housewives of Atlanta."
"The truth is Walter and I were absolutely in a relationship. I don't lie. You can't hide genuine feelings. I am obviously a person who wants to be married. Why waste my time asking somebody to play a role that I'm desperately seeking," Moore told Andy Cohen when directly asked for the truth on "Watch What Happens Live."
As previously reported, Walter said that she contacted him and asked him to play her boyfriend on the show, equating it to acting. Kenya says he made her look like a fool and was deceitful.
"He made me look like a fool. He said, when he did his quote end quote interview, that I said some things about his sexuality. We had a conversation in Anguilla and a lot of things came out -- things that I didn't know. From that point on, it was never the same," said Moore. "He encouraged me to move (to Atlanta). I'm not crazy. As time went on, it just went down hill. He said those things to be manipulative, deceitful, hurtful and to jeopardize my position on the show."
While Kenya claims they have broken up and she has nothing to say to Walter, she says that she cared for him at one point.
"You can't fake emotion. You can see that I cared for this man. If he was playing games, I wasn't playing games. I don't do that," said Moore. "I don't have anything to say to him. I don't have any interest in him. I have not spoken with him since the lake (scene)."
In related news, Kenya Moore premiered her first music single, "Gone With The Wind Fabulous," on "Watch What Happens Live." Giving an animated performance, with two dancers, Kenya impressed Andy Cohen, who said the song would become a hit.