Sanya Richards-Ross: Why Kenya Moore wanted to ‘pick on me’ in ‘RHOA’ Season 15

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“Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Sanya Richards-Ross says she and castmate Kenya Moore fought over the latter’s peach while filming Season 15 of the reality show. 

“What had happened was Kenya was trying to find a reason to pick on me,” Richards-Ross, 38, says on Page Six’s “Virtual Reali-Tea” podcast. 

“And she’s saying that when I was on ‘Watch What Happens Live’ last year, Andy [Cohen] asked me if her butt was real. And I really don’t know.”

The four-time Olympic gold medalist said as much to Cohen, 54, when she made a June 2022 appearance in the Bravo Clubhouse.

“Do you believe Kenya has a fake booty?” the “Housewives” honcho asked when discussing Marlo Hampton’s unceasing accusations that Moore’s “stallion booty” isn’t the real deal. 

“I’mma speak on this because I love Kenya,” Richards-Ross replied. “But when Marlo brings it to your attention and you look at the shape of it, it looks like it could potentially be a fake booty. But I’m not sure, I’m not sure.”

The ambiguity of the athlete’s response apparently did not sit well with Moore, 52.

“So then she brings it up at the table and I’m like, ‘How am I supposed to know if your butt is real or not? Like, I still don’t know,’” Richards-Ross says of a tense scene filmed for the latest “RHOA” installment. 

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“I started to ask the other girls to help,” she adds with a laugh. “So, that is how that comes up again. I hope the butt doesn’t come up anymore. I’m over Kenya’s butt!” 

While Richards-Ross wasn’t keen on discussing Moore’s derrière while filming, she says on “Virtual Reali-Tea” that she “really enjoyed” her second season as a “Housewife” — despite the chaos of inviting her parents, sister and more family members to live at home with her and husband Aaron Ross. 

“I really felt like this was two seasons in one. So much happened with my family, with the girls, with everyone. And I just think it’s going to be an awesome season,” teases the mom of one, who shares 5-year-old son Aaron Jermaine Ross II with Ross, 40.

“I feel like last year was kind of a reset, you know? I was new to the cast … and this year, I kind of feel like I got a lot of skin in the game, I’m building real friendships and it just felt good,” she elaborates. “I think it’ll be a great season.” 

One day before “Atlanta” returns, Richards-Ross will serve as a fashion/lifestyle reporter at the Kentucky Derby, streaming live on NBC and Peacock from noon until 7:30 pm ET on Saturday. 

“The Kentucky Derby is one of those landmark American sporting events and I didn’t realize what a big deal it was and that so many people watch it. It’s like the Super Bowl,” she enthuses of the gig. 

“I’m excited! I did it once before, this is my second time going back — but this time in a larger capacity and bigger role.” 

“The Real Housewives of Atlanta” Season 15 premieres Sunday at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo. 

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