Drew Sidora has responded to her Real Housewives of Atlanta co-star Kenya Moore's claims of cultural appropriation.
Kenya put Drew on blast for wearing a Native American costume during Halloween -- but Drew says it's okay because she's part Native American.
"Does this look like a “family celebration”? Drew is weird and obvious pathological liar. She dressed as an Indian for Halloween. I unfortunately dressed as a Native American for which I apologized. Cultural appropriation is wrong period #receipts #RHOA," Kenya tweeted alongside the pic.
"In this climate of addressing diversity, I am happy to put a spotlight on my indigenous background from my maternal side of the family," Drew told Page Six.
"According to my mother, I am part of the Choctaw Native American Tribe, and my great-grandparents grew up and lived in Coushatta, Louisiana, all their lives."
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Keyna was also dragged on the internet and used the same reason Drew did as an excuse -- that she is also part Indian.