Kenya Moore Warns Media: Leave my family alone!
RHOA’s Kenya Moore is no stranger to the world of reality TV or the blogosphere, but this time, she’s had enough. On Thursday, a news outlet did a story about how Kenya’s marriage may be in trouble just one year after saying “I DO” to New York businessman and philanthropist, Marc Daly, based on one of her now deleted Instagram posts. The post read,
Don’t love too soon. Don’t trust too fast. Don’t judge too soon. Don’t quit too early. Don’t expect too high. Don’t talk too much.
The post was quickly deleted, however, multiple outlets ran the story anyway, infuriating the former Miss America. This also caused some of her fans to question whether or not Moore has been engaging in “fake news” and hyped up story lines, just for reality TV purposes. A source even mentioned to the outlet hat her news of a baby was
a last-ditch effort to secure a contract.
Some of her fans also began to speculate that Kenya was faking her pregnancy, stating that she didn’t look pregnant in some of the photos she posted, which caused her to take several of the pictures down and replace them with new ones, to seemingly shut down rumors of the trouble, to no avail. One of her followers wrote,
Where’s this baby bump? You’re not even pregnant. Stop posting as if you’re going [thru] trimesters when in reality you just paying someone to have it for you.
That didn’t work, because Kenya felt it necessary to take to Instagram once again to defend her family and her honor. In a recent posting, she reposted a photo from her wedding with the caption,
#FAKENEWS @bet @celebrity_insider_org @theinquisitr shame on you for constantly regurgitating the slanderous fake news from #radaronline
At least be effing original with your hateful lies
I’m used to you all making up stories to get clicks off my name but
LEAVE MY FAMILY ALONE #thatsmrsdaly2you #blacklove