Kenya Moore’s landlord wants her to twirl right on out the $3999-a-month mansion that she lives in Georgia. The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star has been evicted according to documents filed in Fulton Country, Ga. The owner of Kenya’s 6-bedroom, 6-bathroom mansion claims she has failed to make the full rent payment for May (she is allegedly $848 short) and she also defaulted on the terms and conditions of the lease. The landlord is asking for $2,500 in eviction fees and damages as well as June’s rent.

Kenya’s eviction comes after several complaints from her neighbors. reports:

“According to a neighbor, the 42-year-old former Miss USA is the “neighbor from hell” and the landlord, Conya Weems, has been inundated with complaints ever since she moved in the upmarket community specifically to film for the Bravo series.

“The homeowner is incredibly upset at what is unwanted attention that has been caused as a result of Kenya moving into the neighborhood,” the source said.

“Owners are concerned that the value of their properties are going down because she has not maintained the landscaping, nor the pool, has even storied furniture outside and her dog is always on the loose.”

Kenya is not the first RHOA star to lose her home; both Nene and Sheree were reportedly evicted.


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  • Simone L

    I live in a mixed area a little outside of ATL. In our building of 8 units, we have neighbors upstairs who sat on the steps and smoked weed, cigarettes and spit over the railing in such a way where you could be leaving your apt on the first floor and get spit on. They were black. Me and my husband were furious. like….this is why ppl think we are trouble. I came from a black neighborhood in queens where everyone kept up their homes. Eventually the leasing office got tired of the complaints and had to sit them down. Now you never see them on the steps. Like damn, can me and my kids LIVE? Take pride in your home!!!

  • The Artist

    Yet another celebrity living beyond their means…It’s one thing to be famous and make lots money but you definitely have to learn how to keep it.

  • LemonNLime

    I agree completely. My family moved from a neighborhood that was great when I was younger (middle class, safe, clean) then eventually low class black people started creeping in. Before we knew it, we couldn’t go to the park or play outside because of the drug activity.

    We moved to a community filled with middle and upper middle class black families who worked to build their own houses. It was clean, safe, and we knew everyone. Then one day some low class (in mentality, lower middle class fiscally) blacks moved in. Next thing you knew, they were fixing cars in the front yard, loud music was being played all the time, different cars were always coming and leaving constantly from the house, they kept rottweilers in a cage in the backyard. The only difference was my family and the WHOLE neighborhood were CONSTANTLY calling the police and so the police were always at their house.

    One day the guy who lived there was talking to my Dad and going on about how the neighbors didn’t talk to them or like them and they didn’t understand why. My dad let him know that the people who live here worked to escape the foolishness that they brought with them and they were willing to fight to keep the neighborhood from turning into the hood. If treating them like pariahs and constantly calling the police was going to keep the neighborhood safe and their property values high, they’d continue to do it until they either left the neighborhood or got a clue. Sure enough, they got their s*** together and when they did they didn’t have anymore problems.

    Black or white, nobody wants these low class elements in their neighborhood.

    • Mademoiselle

      Your story tells me that having conversations with people goes a long way in curbing negative behavior. I think people often expect others to “know the rules” without ever having a conversation with them, and then get hostile when those people break the rules they should’ve known. I hope your neighbors at least attempted to speak to the newcomers before sic’ing the police on them.

      This is something that frustrates me with my mother. She comes off as the curmudgeon of the neighborhood because she punishes her neighbors for “bad behavior” without ever letting them know they’re doing something that infringes on her personal space. Last time I visited her, she was in the middle of a “loudest noise” battle where her neighbors were blasting their stereo, so she turned on everything that made a noise (because she doesn’t own any music that has enough bass to compete). This went on to the point I was nursing a severe headache, so I turned her electronics/appliances off while she took a bathroom break, and walked over to the neighbors to ask them to turn it down. Just before I got there, my mom comes out trying to stop me, but she was too late because they understood (gasp!) and turned it down. She was convinced they were doing it to get under her skin because “people should know better,” yet never spoke to them before trying to “get back” at them. A lot of wars and misperceptions could be avoided through simple conversations.

  • Anon

    WHAT?! Do you watch RHOATL ?! Kenya doesn’t even live in atlanta, she never did! She literally rented the home to film in, and bounced once the season ended. She, just like NeNe Leakes, LIVES IN CALIFORNIA!! Their property value isn’t going down because Kenya refused to pay a months rent on a home she never even furnished. If anything, the neighborhood will milk the fact that they had a show filming on their grounds. Let’s put this in perspective, her rent equates to four measly pairs of Louboutin’s. This sounds more like a spat between the owner and Kenya. To address your claim of so many KM’s running around Black neighborhoods, PLEASE tell us how many black people in today’s economy, can afford $4k on a SECONDARY home ? I’ll wait.