On tonight’s The Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 9 premiere, the slanging match between Kenya Moore and Sheree Whitfield over their houses continues.
The pair have been having it out for years over their properties — nicknamed Moor Manor and Chateau Sheree — mainly about whose was better and who would finish building theirs first.
Kenya appeared victorious, posting pictures on Instagram of the finished modern pad on Instagram four months ago.
But Chateau Sheree is now also open for business after she threw a housewarming party last month. And in a treat for fans the Season 9 premiere of The Real Housewives of Atlanta will give viewers a proper look inside BOTH properties.
Executive producer Andy Cohen told Bravo’s The Daily Dish last month: “You see inside both Chateau Shereé and Moore Manor on the premiere of Atlanta.”
The feud between Kenya and Sheree has lasted for what seems like ever, and tonight Sheree has a massive dig at Kenya at a soiree at Moore Mansion.
As Sheree compliments Kenya’s home, Kenya says: “It’s been a looooong journey.” Referring to how long it took for Sheree to complete her own property, she adds: “I can’t believe what five years feels like.”
But Sheree is adamant it’s only taken her four, and then takes a low blow as she tells Kenya: “This whole house is the same size as my master suite!”
The size of the pair’s properties has been a big part of the arguments between them, with Kenya’s a lot smaller because of its modern design in comparison to Sheree’s villa style.
But the dig doesn’t go unnoticed by Kenya who tells the camera: “If she’s going to throw stones at me, at least throw stones from inside your house.”
The Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 9 premieres tonight at 8/7c on Bravo.
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