In the battle of the booties – Donkey Booty or Stallion Booty — I’m declaring Kenya Moore’s Stallion Booty as my personal favorite.
And c’mon, who really wants to be associated with a donkey booty anyway?
In case you haven’t been paying attention, there’s a fierce booty competition going on with two cast members of “Real Housewives of Atlanta.”
Moore, the shapely former Miss USA, released her much-hyped work out DVD March 5 ahead of her reality television rival, Phaedra Parks, who claims Moore stole her workout video idea and ran down the road with it.
Maybe she did.
In a recent press release, Moore says her “total-body sculpting workout” is called “Kenya Moore: Booty Boot Camp.” It was reportedly originally titled: “Stallion Booty.”
And while Moore is hoping for fast sales, Parks’ workout video, “Donkey Booty”, hasn’t been released yet and, frankly, I’m beginning to wonder if Parks is having trouble getting her video on the shelves.
I must say the “Donkey Booty” concept is puzzling. Let’s start with the definition of “Donkey.”
- the domestic ass
- a stupid or obstinate person
Just so I’m clear, and I want to get this right, Phaedra Parks wants women to pay good money to proudly associate themselves with a stubborn, rough-looking working animal that’s used mostly to haul supplies?
Donkeys are known for their obstinate behavior, quick tempers and unpredictable attitudes.
How is this attractive? I don’t get it?
And what makes Phaedra think that a donkey booty is appealing to women?
From a personal perspective, I’m not drawn to a woman with a booty that in any way resembles a donkey’s behind.
But Kenya Moore seems like a woman who knows how to stay in shape. Her video offers “three 20-minute workouts that will sculpt your lower body, shrink your waistline, flatten and define your abs, and, most importantly, lift and firm your backside.”