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It looks like “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” isn’t the only show where Kenya Moore rubs people the wrong way. According to reports, her “Celebrity Apprentice” boss Donald Trump described her as “the most evil woman I’ve ever met in my life.”

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The Daily Mail says Trump uttered the words to the former beauty queen right before firing her on the series. Rumor has it he was furious by her behavior, and it got so bad that an inside source described their interaction as “one of the most brutal firings ever seen on ‘The Apprentice.’”

The reality show has yet to air but sources say Kenya stole fellow contestant Vivica Fox’s cell phone and posted an ugly message on her Twitter account. It read, “This menopause is killing me I cant think straight, Im acting a damn fool half the time 50 just isn’t sexy.” (This definitely sounds like something Ms. Moore would do!) According to Daily Mail, once Vivica realized what Kenya had done, she deleted the message “cursed her out so bad that the entire set was speechless, even Kenya.”

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Other stars on the upcoming season of “Celebrity Apprentice” include: actress Keshia Knight Pulliam, former football player Terrell Owens, reality star Brandi Glanville, snowboarder Jamie Anderson, talk show hosts Leeza Gibbons and Geraldo Rivera, Olympic gymnast Shawn Johnson, comedian Gilbert Gottfried, 90210 actor Ian Ziering, baseball player Johnny Damon, Jonas Brother Kevin Jonas, actor Lorenzo Lamas, Sig Hansen from The Deadliest Catch

NBC has yet to announce a premiere date.


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