It looks like Kenya Moore’s efforts to prove that she donated the proceeds of her charity ball to Saving Our Daughters have proven successful. Just a few days after representatives for the organization accused the Real Housewives of Atlanta star of failing to pony up her event’s proceeds, the controversial statement disappeared from the Saving Our Daughters website.
Kenya Moore may finally be able to claim victory in the great RHOA charity debacle of 2014. Just a few days after the reality star told Twitter followers that she possessed plenty of evidence regarding her recent contributions, Saving Our Daughters decided to withdraw an earlier statement that accused her of failing to contribute. The group also removed all Twitter links leading to the page that formerly displayed the defamatory statement, suggesting that its leaders have finally conceded defeat.
This move took place shortly after several of Kenya’s followers attacked the organization for being, as they claimed, less than legitimate. These fans had followed the drama closely, perking up when B Scott accused Saving Our Daughters of lacking charity status. One fan took to Facebook to question the organization about the issue, asking, “I’ve never heard anything negative about this organization until now, is this false? A representative from Saving Our Daughters responded, “We are a non-profit and restructuring our 501 c-3 after the passing of the Founder’s Daughter due to brain cancer.” B. Scott points out that this sad death took place in 2011, which means that the supposed charity should have had more than enough to complete its restructuring process.
We’re not sure what’s going on with Saving Our Daughters, but we’re glad to see that Kenya Moore has come away from the drama unscathed. Do you agree? Sound off in the comments section below!