It took Kenya Moore two cancelled appearances but the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star made good for her M.I.A. status at a high school in Detroit with a check for $20,000.
Theybf.com reports Moore was a no-show at Cass Technical High School last week as she promised to have a $20,000 check with her to donate to the school. The failed showing marked the second time the 1989 Cass Tech grad was nowhere to be found at the school and had to reschedule. The reason, according to theybf, stemmed from an alleged scheduling conflict involving Moore’s family.
Enter Moore’s PR team, who confirmed that the reality TV villain still planned on donating the funds. To prove it, Moore went on Instagram to acknowledge that she did write a check for the cause.
“I’m proud to be able to give back and keep my promise to the Detroit public schools foundation to donate $20,000,” Moore wrote. “Detroit is a resilient city and so am I. I will continue to shine despite the people who want to see me fail or try to turn my positivity in to negativity. See you soon Detroit! #igotyomoney #kenyalovesthekids #twirlsawayhaters”
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