Kenya Moore's Native American Halloween Costume Should Never Have Made It to My TV Screen

Sunday’s episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta showed a Halloween party at friend Falynn Guobadia’s house attended by cast members Porsha Williams, Drew Sidora, Kandi Burruss, LaToya Ali, Cynthia Bailey, and Kenya Moore. It was a surreal scene for a few reasons: the sparse attendance, the even sparser snacks, Cynthia’s “hand sanitizer” costume reminding us just how long some celebs have been living in a post-COVID world. But LaToya, in rare form, came the closest to directly addressing the most unsettling aspect of the scene: the giant Native American headdress Kenya had on in service of a “warrior princess” costume finished off with face paint. In the midst of what Kenya would like to be a relationship-defining conversation, LaToya bursts out laughing: “I can’t take you seriously with this,” she says, waving at all of it.

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