Vivica A. Fox Revives Feud With Kenya Moore on ‘WWHL’

Vivica A. Fox appeared on Watch What Happens Live (Credit: Bravo)

Vivica A. Fox and Kenya Moore’s longtime feud is still going strong.

During an appearance on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live Monday night, Fox had choice words for the Real Housewives of Atlanta alum after host Andy Cohen brought up a sore spot between the two.

Cohen reminded the actress that Moore bashed her performance in the stage play Two Can Play That Game (an adaptation of Fox’s 2001 film), stating in an April episode of RHOA that Fox’s face looked “terrible.”

The former reality star, who is expecting her first child with husband Marc Daly, also said during a confessional scene:  “Vivica’s performance is the same performance. It was just 20 years ago, and 20 surgeries ago.”

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Although Fox seemingly got the last word when she referred to Moore as a “#ToxicTrick on Instagram shortly after the jab, she felt the need to school her nemesis further when Cohen rehashed the episode.

“Yeah, at least I’m still acting 20 years later,” the 54-year-old entertainer quipped. “And she was watching me, so once again… watching me. But you know what? I do wish her well. I hope that baby and everything brings her happiness. She deserves that. I do wish her well.”

Vivica A. Fox previously criticized Kenya Moore on WWHL in May 2015. (Credit: Bravo/YouTube)

The two celebrities have a history of trading barbs, first butting heads when they both appeared on Celebrity Apprentice in 2015.

Fox accused Moore of stealing her cellphone during filming to tweet an embarrassing comment about menopause, a claim that was addressed multiple times on the show.

“That’s a dirty a– b—h. She has toxic tendencies. You are just a toxic trick,” Fox said at the time.

Moore denied any wrongdoing and slammed her “ghetto behavior.”

“Bosses don’t lose their cool, they don’t lose their composure, and they certainly don’t resort to calling people b—hes and tricks and having a demeaning ghetto behavior for the world to see,” the 1993 Miss USA winner argued.

Watch Fox’s appearance on WWHL below.

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