Kenya Moore has returned to The Real Housewives of Atlanta and has brought a boatload of drama with her.
But she thinks that a couple of the Housewives -- Marlo and Phaedra -- don't belong.
It's not that she hates them. She just finds them ... boring.
Kenya Moore has returned to The Real Housewives of Atlanta for Season 12.
This week, Kenya spoke to Us Weekly ... and took the opportunity to throw some serious shade at Marlo Hampton and Phaedra Parks.
"I’m just kind of bored with it," Kendra says of Marlo.
They say that it's better to be hated than to be boring. In reality television, that's a fact of life.
"Yeah," Kendra continues. "I think we need something new."
If you think that that's all that Kenya had to say, guess again.
She laid into Marlo Hampton without mercy or remorse.
"I think we need Housewives or friends of the show," Kendra expressed. "That brings something new."
"And we’ve seen her for eight or nine seasons," she observes. "I’m kind of just over it."
Marlo has had a recurring role since 2011 due to her closeness to NeNe Leakes.
Kenya was then asked what she thinks of Phaedra Parks' return.
Her reply was ... extremely unflattering. It makes it sound like she was singing Marlo's praises.
"I don’t think of her at all," Kendra damningly declares.
Of course, it's been a couple of years since Phaedra was part of the franchise.
Clearly, absence has not made Kenya's heart grow fonder of Phaedra.
To be fair, Kenya is grappling with her own drama.
Her daughter, Brooklyn Doris Daly, is still a baby and almost impossibly adorable.
Kenya is a loving other.
Her relationship with Brooklyn's father, on the other hand, has soured considerably.
In 2017, she appeared poised to abandon her career for him, even wedding him in secret. Now, the two of them have split.
At the time, Kenya released a statement to confirm that she and Marc were parting ways.
"It is with profound sadness that I regret to inform my fans that I am divorcing my husband, Marc Daly," Kenya began.
"Due to recent and ongoing circumstances, I can no longer continue in the marriage," she shared.
"My sole concern and focus is and will always be my daughter, Brooklyn, my miracle baby," Kenya affirmed.
"She was made in love and true commitment," she concluded. "I ask for our privacy to be respected moving forward."
What sort of ongoing circumstance could end her marriage?
Why, cheating, of course. Unfortunately, it sounds like Marc was stepping out on his wife and she was not going to stand for that.
It's interesting, because reports said that Marc was so resistant to appearing on The Real Housewives of Atlanta for a pretty good reason.
He reportedly felt that the show negatively portrayed black men on it as poor options as fathers, husbands, and partners.
In contrast, he felt that the show went out of its way to portray white men as better options as partners and parents.
Many have said the same thing -- but it's odd that Marc would seemingly go out of his way to prove that he himself is actually a poor partner.