Kenya Moore shared a video in which she talks about her life and her dancing passion. Check out the clip that she shared on her social media account below.
Someone said: ‘I enjoyed every bit of this live, please do more lives for us Queen. Still rooting hard for you.’
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One fan said: ‘You are freaking gorgeous! You should do more of these type of videos or build a YouTube channel when you have time because a lot of these so called A listers bore me. You can tell us some stories and tea about the 90s.’
A commenter posted this: ‘Kenya!!! This live made me love you even more for a completely different reason, I see the maturity and growth and I love it. Good luck on DWTS.’
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One other follower said: ‘I know that I’m a young guy watching you in Spotlights since Jamie Foxx’s show and seeing you guest star on so many American African American hit TV sitcoms, you’ve always been so pleasant and one to watch like almost but never that same enough…I for one always listen to what you have to say seeing as though your career and most of what you do extends not only from our beautiful #ebony women like you but how you hold yourself as well, I worked with one of your friends, [guy with green eyes] and there’s nothing like truth in black excellence, hopefully we’ll get to cross paths one day in person but thus far your such a winner in my book and has really inspired me to maintain myself as seen as a black guy growing up in America with no attention to my Native Indian spirit. I find one must not get in the way of age, gender, race, or conduct for missing out on what’s really within may parish..you really do hold a crown.’
Someone else said: ‘You killed that short wig, you were Dorothy dandridge sexy with that wig on and you know she’s one of the most beautiful black women on the planet and girl you was Dorothy Daddy’s sexy that night with that hair you go girl.’