Kenya Moore faced a scary moment on "The Real Housewives of Atlanta." After finding suspicious lumps on her breasts, she underwent multiple biopsies for breast cancer. It was the waiting to hear the results that proved the most difficult.
"While I’m lying there on the examination table, you kinda start to wonder, if it goes in this direction, how you would feel if it’s not good news," she said. "You just really start to think about life in a much bigger way."
Thankfully for a tearful Kenya, she received good news: Her tumors were benign. But her doctor still told her to reduce the stress in her life and return for a check-up in six months.
One way to reduce her stress levels might be for Kenya to stop creating so much drama on the show. She's emerged as the "villain" of the series, which might make for great entertainment, but isn't worth risking her health and well-being.
See if Kenya keeps it "villainous" or turns over a new leaf on "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," Sundays at 8 p.m. EST on Bravo.
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