Tamar Braxton says that 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' star Kenya Moore is ‘ratchet’

By Star Connor | Mar 27, 2014 03:11 PM EDT
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Tamar Braxton is stepping to Phaedra Parks defense and says she wouldn't blame the reality TV star for slapping Kenya Moore if she is trying to steal Apollo Nida and ruin their marriage.

On Sunday night's episode of the Real Housewives of Atlanta fans watched as Kenya continued to have private talks with Apollo, leading them to question her motives. Tamar gave her personal opinion on what she thought Kenya was up to while on an interview with The Russ Parr Morning Show.

"I do think there were several ratchet moments, but the one that sticks out to me the most was Ms. Kenya," Tamar said. "I'm not talking about Kenya per se, but just any woman who feels like it's okay to have somebody's husband and have a conversation with them one on one. She added, "And try to be friends with him and not the wife. That right there is slap nation moment, okay?"

The singer continued with the interview, "I'm sorry. I feel like I have to read all the Kenyas of the world who just be trying it and then come to the face of the wife and be like, 'You need to ask him. I think he need to speak for himself,' Tamar said, "No hoe! I'ma speak for you, me and him! That's my man."

Tamar who is a married woman and a mother said she is not allowing any other women to test her and her man. The singer said a woman that is going to try this needs to be ready for a girl fight.

"I don't like that stuff. You know, I'm real protective of my Teddy Ruxpin," Tamar thinks that Kenya wouldn't try stealing her other co-stars men, so why is Phaedra the target? "I wish somebody would try me like that! I just feel like she tried Phaedra like that because she felt like she could. Now she wouldn't try NeNe [Leakes] like that. See what I'm trying to say?"

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