Kenya Moore Shuts Down Troll Attempting Hair Care Rivalry With Beyoncé’s Cecred

Loading the player…

Kenya Moore is responding to social media trolls who tried to pit her against Beyoncé.

On April 22, the ultra-private Beyoncé showed us her natural hair texture, in a wash day routine while promoting her new Cécred hair care product. The clip guided fans (and potential customers) through her process, showcasing the effectiveness of her new hair care system in maintaining her strong and long hair.

In the clip, the stylist blowdried and straightened Beyoncé’s hair before curling it into lustrous waves.

In the comment section, one person wrote, “Kenya Moore is shaking in her boots.”

Once she got wind of the comment, the “RHOA” star swiftly replied. “NOPE, I was the first celebrity to do it because of my passion for hair, and I’m proud of Beyonce. There is room for us all.”

Moore felt compelled to share a post to address the comparison in a separate post.

“As founder and CEO of @kenyamoorehair, a #blackowned small business (for now) who has grown a company from the ground up to now being sold in @cvspharmacy and @sallybeauty and growing, I am so proud of @beyonce and all of the female entrepreneurs in the hair care space,” she wrote in the caption of the video.

She added, “Please ditch the crabs in a barrel mentality and let’s support each other. There is room for us all.”

Moore launched her Kenya Moore Hair Care line in 2014 after realizing it was difficult to find products that were efficient in keeping her hair strong and healthy, especially with her past experience on pageants and sets.

Over the years, other Black celebrities have launched their own haircare line including actresses Gabrielle Union, Tracee Ellis Ross, Taraji P. Henson, and Tia Mowry.

Moore’s products differ than many other celebrity products, including Cécred due to price point and distribution.  With that in mind, she welcomed Beyoncé to the marketplace and blasted those who tried to stir up drama.