“Doesn’t Look Pregnant To Me”: Wendy Williams Bump-Shames (Yes, It’s A Thing) Kenya Moore
Over the weekend, Kenya Moore shared an image of herself in a tight striped dress at the Atlanta Ultimate Women’s Expo, baby bump clear and showing (she also shared an ultrasound later) for all those who have been speculating about her pregnancy:
And despite the clear look at her with child, there are still people who are having a hard time believing everything.
During Hot Topics, Wendy Williams addressed the photo, questioning how a woman who is possibly three or four months doesn’t have a larger stomach at this point. She pretty much bump-shamed the reality star (and I know you’re over the many forms of shaming, but it’s a real thing — jokes and criticism that one’s stomach is too big or too small for where they are in pregnancy). Overall, she let her audience know she’s not buying it.
“Is that a baby bump or a double double with a chocolate shake?” she asked. “I still don’t believe — She is 49 years old. Kenya is reportedly pregnant. If she’s pregnant at this particular point, I guess she would be three or four months? Is that three or four months pregnant? I mean, Kenya’s not a small girl so you’d figure she would be showing more. I don’t know. It’s all a haze to me. But, doesn’t look pregnant to me, Kenya.”
Williams also spoke on rumors that Kenya won’t have housewife status on the newest season of Real Housewives of Atlanta. She said that if she really wants to retain her peach, she needs to make a choice. Will she leave the show and maintain her privacy when it comes to husband and restaurateur Marc Daly and her pregnancy? Or is she going to share the ins and outs of her life, as is expected on reality TV?
“The rumors are swirling that Kenya is out, no more peach,” she said. “She’s going to be ‘a friend of.’ She’s been demoted. And they gave the peach to Eva Marcille. I like Eva, but Eva’s boring. She’s going to be planning the new baby she’s having with the would-be mayor. Her wedding and stuff. She does say a few slick things, but not slick enough to hold a peach.”
“Thing is with Kenya, Kenya’s not involving her husband on the show,” Williams continued. “Bravo’s pissed off with that. But Kenya, I know you don’t want to involve him because you want to have what you would call a regular marriage off of reality TV, but you have to choose at this particular point. You can’t be on the show and then hold back from us that you are allegedly pregnant, and your husband. We want to see you in the restaurants. We want to see you talking to staff. We want to see your husband mix it up with the other husbands. Just take the peach from Eva, give the peach to Marlo, and we’ll be fine.”
You can check out her thoughts below at the 13:30 mark: