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Kenya Moore found herself front row to one of the most unexpected and outrageous moment of Real Housewives history and that would be a cast sex party with a stripper. For those who didn’t see, during a bachelorette party for Cynthia Bailey, the cast all agreed to cover all the cameras in the house to have some extended fun with the party’s stripper, the infamous Bolo. Moore says she got up in the middle of the night walking through the house hearing all types of moans, sexual noises and a woman shouting “f*ck me harder.” Once she realized it was Porsha Williams, she engaged in a full on investigation to come to the conclusion she already knew to make sure she embarrassed her.

Tanya Sam admitted to being in Williams’ room all night, likely to get some of the heat off of her to insinuate she wasn’t with the stripper and then footage of it all started to come out from the one camera they missed covering. In the end, Sam is engaged, Cynthia Bailey was engaged, Drew Sidora went ahead and admitted she was throwing it back on the stripper (clothed) practicing for her husband (nice save), and LaToya Ali, a married woman getting a divorce admitted to “c*mming on Porsha,” her words, not ours. It was a fun filled evening to say the least. The stripper left at 7am, several hours after his car was supposed to pick him up.

In a recent interview with TheJasmineBrand, Moore spoke about how she felt she wasn’t breaking girl code by outing Williams and doesn’t feel bad about Sam leaving the show because she brought it on herself. Sam quit filming as soon as she found out about the footage production decided to use. We’ll add that knowing the shady production they have, we’ll likely have some more never before seen footage during the reunion. Because think about it, the footage we saw didn’t include Sam. Imagine if there’s more that does include her.

As for why Moore was carrying on so much about the night before with the stripper, she confirmed to TJB that producers do steer conversation on the show at time saying, “Because it’s reality TV, we don’t have a script. Producers will remind you to bring up something that was talked about in a previous scene… You just never know where the information is coming from half the time. You have to stay on your toes… In that episode, while I was at the house, I remember before anyone was up I was going around to some of my girlfriends’ rooms and having conversations about it. I don’t think that was on camera.”

Moore went on to talk about how the cast had it out for her on the trip over of all things crab cakes so there was likely no way she would be in the room with a stripper all times of night to be judged by the rest of the women. She said, “They were dragging me over crab cakes!… I’m not responsible for [the] cast. We give them a list, we provided food, the refrigerator was full. If they don’t have a meal at 5:00, you’re kind of like on your own, so I ordered some food for myself. They do things to try to make me look like the bad guy. When I say ‘they’ I mean the cast. ‘Cause they know good and well I’m not responsible for feeding them.”

She explained how cast trips work and that the attacking her over flying while everyone else was on a bus and things like what the women were eating had nothing to do with her.

“When it comes down to me choosing a bus, or me choosing transportation and things like that, that’s not up to me. I’m sorry I’m breaking the fourth wall, but that’s not up to me. The only reason I’m even talking about it is because they tried to make it appear as though this is somehow my fault they’re on the bus with no air, things like that, which is unfair…”

“I paid for my plane. Without too much detail, I chartered my own plane because I had to bring not only myself, my nanny, and my child – that’s already three people. It made sense for me to charter a flight than to get on a bus when she wasn’t even allowed to be around the cast mates.”

And as for her allegedly breaking girl code, she said, “That implies that I’m somehow snitching on my friend. We already know the people who are involved, and Porsha [Williams] clearly said I’m not her friend. So there’s no girl code if I’m not your girl.”

If it were her friend Cynthia Bailey or Kandi Burruss, she said she’d 100% do things differently. Remember the bject word here is “friend.”

“If they were doing something inappropriate, we would’ve chatted about it, we would’ve had conversation about it, but it would not have been on camera. At the same time, my girlfriends wouldn’t engage in that kind of behavior. Kandi [Burruss] is the queen of all things freak nasty, and she owns it, and I love her for it because she’s living her life out loud regardless of who may judge her or who may not. She does not care, and that is why I’m a rider for her. She orchestrated the entire night, yet she didn’t engage in any of that behavior. Number one she’s married, and whatever their rules are, she definitely honors her husband.”

She added “Some of those girls, and what they were doing, I would not want to be married to them because it was a real freak show and some had rings on… Even if the cameras were off, you should know not to engage in that kind of behavior if you’re married, or if you’re engaged…You’re getting banged out by a stripper, I think that’s pretty inappropriate.”

She says she would never participate in such activities despite the issues she’s currently going through with her husband Marc Daly and their separation. And as for her friend LaToya Ali saying she was ruining their fun, she said “She has a right to her opinion. I think a lot of the things that she did, she didn’t want people to know so that is where all of this angst against me comes from is because they wanted to take the party to another level…I’m going to protect my girl as much as I can but if they didn’t want their business out I just feel like well then don’t do it on a reality TV show where there are still cameras recording you. Even if it’s not video, there’s sound and like you saw there were cameras outside that caught them.”

And about that kiss Ali shared with Williams, she said, “I wasn’t jealous because I don’t want her like that. She’s my girlfriend. I think what I had the problem with is her behavior…I move a certain way and I have people in your circle and that I trust. I’ve said to her many things about my family, about my child, about my situation, and so I’m allowing her to be privy to really personal information and I feel like she should have that in a lockbox and protect everything that I’m telling her because she’s my friend.”

“When I saw her behaving that way it just…honestly just turned me off because it wasn’t just Porsha, it was a lot of other people. She actually kissed Drew [Sidora] that night too. They were making out… it’s just like okay you’re over here then you’re over here then you’re over here. The entire scene turned me off so it wasn’t just about one person.”

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And as for Ms. #TanyaTime, Tanya Sims quitting the show, Moore said she didn’t feel bad about the fallout of the show affecting her relationship with longtime fiance Paul Judge because essentially no one forced her to do anything that she did or even how she admitted to being in Williams’ room.

“She exposed herself…she put herself in that room. I never said her name, so that’s one. Two, she’s grown…she has to live with her decisions. She made a point that I wasn’t her friend or you know the same as Porsha, so no I don’t. And number three, I would not want any relationship to suffer from what other people do. But then you have to consider that before you do the behavior that you’re involved in…You can’t blame someone else for your actions period…You don’t know what kind of relationship they have or what they’re into or what they like. That might be something that’s acceptable for them. She said on the bus that, you know, kind of alluded to [them having] threesomes before and things like that. To be quite honest, I don’t know what Tanya did in that room. I can’t say she engaged with the stripper. I know she was in the room because she told us she was in the room…”

And if you’re wondering about this newfound friendship she has with Marlo Hampton, given their past, she said, “I’ve always liked Marlo. I think I understand her on a different level than a lot of people. I know what her triggers are and unfortunately, it wasn’t cool what she said. She did cross the line. She continued to berate me insults consistently after she was the cause of us falling out. However, her opinion is she wasn’t the cause. It was because I didn’t invite her to my housewarming party, and I invited her enemy at the time, which was you know a former cast member. I know that we were close enough. She’s visited me in L.A. at my home, we would go out toe at together, we would talk on the phone. She was a cool friend to me and I think through her pain she lashed out and hit me below the belt. Unfortunately, it was just such a low blow that I was like I can’t, that’s it. That’s just so unkind and inhuman. I can’t be your friend. You don’t know when to stop…Now we are in a great place because we’re just tire of fighting each other. We actually really do like each other. But we just hurt each other to the point where it was a point of no return. Am I a forgiving person? Yes. Because she wanted me to accept her apology and was very genuine with me… I said you know what, I’m going to give you a chance but I’m going to pay attention more to your actions than your words, and that’s how I am with everyone…”

Will Kenya Moore and Porsha Williams ever become friends again? Moore said, “I don’t dislike Porsha…I just dislike the fact that I was a genuine friend to her. I had supported her for years… For me, it’s what I do off camera. Forget about what you see on camera. It’s the things that I would do to extend myself and be vulnerable with her off camera, which to me, is the most genuine. The Porsha you se on TV is not who she actually is and that is what I have a problem with. I don’t think she is capable of being a friend to anyone. I think most of the time I never say never and I’m a forgiving person. I think we worked our way back from her pulling my hair. I think that anything is possible.”

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And lastly, as it pertains to her relationship with husband Marc Daly, she said, “We don’t have any divorce action in any court right now. He has not filed, I have not filed and that’s where we are…We’re not together right now, we’re still separated. We’ve been going through court issues like meditation and things like that. Sometimes we hit a brick road and then he’ll react to that…”