Kenya Moore, "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" television personality and former Miss USA, is gearing up for the show's season six premiere and revealing why the only original cast member left NeNe Leakes may have issues with her.
While Moore said she and Leakes once got along, she recently spoke to Access Hollywood about why they may now have issues.
"She was off in Hollywood and she had her other projects going," Moore said. "People make a problem with you because they want to have a problem with you."
Moore made her debut on the reality television series during its fifth season, where tensions with pregnant co-star Phaedra Parks rose. Moore was highly criticized after the season five-reunion show, when she used a physical threat to speak about the possibility of a battle between she and Parks taking a turn for the worst.
While Moore thought she got along with some of her other cast mates, she was shocked to learn that some of them did not feel the same way. The former Miss USA said her debut on the show was not what she expected it to be.
"It was nothing like what I thought it would be," she told Access Hollywood. "I'm still thinking about last season."
While Moore later apologized for the threats she made to Parks, she also admitted some of the attacks that she received from viewers have been atrocious.
"Some people make everything so personal and it seems like unnecessary attacks," Moore told EGL magazine recently. "Everyone is entitled to their opinion, but there's never ever a need to be downright disgustingly mean and atrocious on any platform whatsoever."
However, Moore told Access Hollywood that fans may get a glimpse of another side of her personality on her show this season.
"I think that this season you'll get to see more sides of me. I think I was a one-dimensional person last season," she said. "I think you'll get to know me a little bit better and hopefully like me a little bit more."