'RHOA's Kenya Moore Apologizes For 'Disrespectful' Native American Headdress

Actual Housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore has been pressured to situation an apology after she appeared on the most recent episode of the present carrying a Native American headdress.

Viewers known as it disrespectful.

“I need to sincerely apologize for inappropriately carrying the Native American headdress as a fancy dress,” Kenya mentioned of her warrior princess costume to US Weekly. “I now notice that this was each disrespectful and insensitive and would by no means have executed it if I had that data and understanding beforehand. I remorse it. When you recognize higher, you do higher. I’m genuinely sorry.”

Bravo additionally issued an apology:

“Bravo goals to have the very best requirements of respect and inclusivity and we acknowledge that the latest episode of The Actual Housewives of Atlanta, wherein a forged member wears a Native American costume, didn’t uphold these values.”


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A community spokesperson continued: “We had hoped it could present a teachable second, nonetheless looking back, it’s clear that the community didn’t handle this correctly given the gravity of the state of affairs. We apologize to each the Native American group and our viewers as a complete.”

Whereas Kenya’s costume was unacceptable, Bravo is but to situation an apology for Actual Housewife of New York star Luann De Lesseps’ blackface costume.

Throughout one episode, Luann darkened her pores and skin and wore a excessive afro, attending the celebration as Diana Ross.