Kenya Moore is offended by the notion that she might have come across as a bully or mean girl on "The Real Housewives of Atlanta."
Answering a viewer Sunday, via "Watch What Happens Live," Moore admitted that it was hard to watch the season premiere, where she attacked Cynthia Bailey and her assistant at The Bailey Agency.
"The agency situation was a little hard to watch," Moore said in response to the viewer telling her that her behavior was like bullying and seemingly being a "mean girl."
According to Moore, being crowned Miss USA and going through her own struggles as a woman, she would never "put down a young Black girl."
"I am the last girl that would ever put down a young Black girl. I definitely felt a little bad watching it, but certainly everyone that knows my history, knows I would never discourage a girl," Moore said defending herself and comments like "no coochie crack."
Wrapping up as best she could, adding that viewers only see a small portion of what is actually taped, Moore said "I will continue to support young girls."
In related news, Kenya Moore slammed Porsha Stewart just minutes before talking about supporting other women. Looking at Stewart's comment about searching for her name online, Kenya said she would first have to learn how to spell.
"She has to know how to spell and read first," said Moore.
Kenya Moore appears on "The Real Housewives of Atlanta."