Kenya Moore is wondering if she should be doing more with her life than fighting with women on a reality TV show. On Sunday, May 4, the "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star posted a tweet that shows that she's possibly regretting all of her outlandish antics and drama with the other housewives.
Apparently, visiting the Harvard campus and being around others with high goals in their life apparently made Kenya question herself. She admitted that what she's doing now isn't exactly what she thought she would be doing when she was younger and had high aspirations. "Sitting here on campus of @Harvard wondering what I have done with my life. I went to schools for gifted and lost my way... Mixed emotions," she tweeted.
Some of her fans wrote in to remind her that it's never too late to do what she really wants with her life. One fan reminded Kenya that she is a Miss USA who has provided inspiration for many young women and that her story isn't over just yet. That meant a lot to Kenya, as she took the time out to thank the fan for her support.
While Kenya Moore is re-evaluating her life a bit, it seems that "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" will still very much be a part of it. Kenya has reportedly told friends that she doesn't care if the other housewives hate her and has even been bragging about getting Porsha Stewart, who attacked her at the reunion, fired from the show. A source added, however, that Kenya's insistence on being a housewife is not love for the show or the other cast members but simply because "she can’t afford not to do the show" in light of her money issues.
Andy Cohen himself has come out to say that no one, not even Porsha, has been fired from the show. He pointed out in a blog post for the network that no decisions have been made and that'll be a while before any is made.