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Lisa Wu has been keeping tabs on her old reality show, “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” and she’s not entirely pleased with what she sees.

The “Hollywood Divas” star recently told that she’s flabbergasted by how season 6 of “RHOA” went down, and it seems that she’s pinning much of her criticism on Kenya Moore’s behavior. The pair have barely crossed paths, but Lisa makes it seem like the Kenya she’s seen on TV is not the as the one she’s come in contact with.

“I saw last season. I did. I’m glad I’m an outsider looking in. ‘Cause I don’t know… Kenya. I mean, I’ve met her a couple times, but this like whoa,” said Lisa.

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Lisa left show in season 3—well before Kenya made her debut in season 5—but she thinks it’s probably best that they were never on the show together. “I don’t think I could be on the show with her at that same time,” said Lisa. “It seems like there’s a lot of egging on or provoking, and the dynamics changed too, so I don’t know.”

That said, Lisa hasn’t completely ruled out the possibility of one day making a brief return to the “RHOA” in the form of a cameo.

“I was very reluctant to even return back to reality television. I can say the only reason I decided to do this [“Hollywood Divas”] is because it makes sense, you know, with my peers,” “So yeah, you know that show. I don’t know. I don’t know. We’ll see.”

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