KENYA FINDS DREW HARD TO STOMACH
Globe|April 19, 2021
CATTY Kenya Moore was chewing the fat about Real Housewives of Atlanta castmate Drew Sidora and tweeted, “She needs to pay for a tummy tuck!”

The smackdown was posted alongside a photo of Drew’s fuller figure clad in a snug peach gown.

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