Kenya Moore, "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" television personality and former Miss USA, is questioning her co-star Phaedra Parks' Christianity.
"What kind of woman who claims to be a Christian uses a woman's fertility as an attack against another by referring to 'scrambled eggs'? No Christian is cruel," Kenya wrote in her BravoTV.com blog. "These comments are an all-time low, consistent with a devil, not any Christian."
Moore's comments come after the most recent episode of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" when Parks' spoke negatively about Moore. She accused the former beauty queen of attempting to beguile her husband.
Moore made her debut on the reality television series during its fifth season, where tensions with Parks, a high-powered attorney, rose. After Moore was accused of sending inappropriate text messages to Parks' husband Apollo Nida, the former defended herself in her blog.
"The truth is I have never seen Apollo outside of the show. I've never seen him in Los Angeles or any other city. The texts also prove that. Apollo is a liar just like his lie-awyer wife," she wrote on the Bravo TV website. "The real issue is Phaedra's troubled marriage and what is Apollo really doing with other women and why he can't keep his eyes ON her. I'm not the issue."
Parks previously spoke about her marriage, admitting that it is not easy.
"Marriage is tough," she told S2S magazine recently. "The more time you can spend with your spouse--definitely quality time-- it sorta makes it a lot better and hopefully it creates more intimacy in the relationship."
Parks previously defended her marriage after it came under scrutiny at the end of season five on her show after Moore revealed that Nida was text messaging her.
"I have a strong marriage," Parks told In Touch Weekly earlier this year. "It's not like Kenya revealed something I didn't know. There are no secrets."