“Shame On You”: Kenya Moore Is Sick And Tired Of “Slanderous” Rumors About Her Marriage And Pregnancy
We recently told you that Kenya Moore put up a photo of herself and husband Marc Daly that gave fans a glimpse at her growing baby bump. But after dealing with negative attention and questions about how far along she is, as well as comments about Daly and why he wasn’t wearing his wedding band in the image, Moore deleted the post. In replacement, she shared positive messages about motherhood, faith and friendship. But removing the image didn’t stop people from speculating. A few sites, including Radar Online, pounced on a post she shared, which has since been deleted, that said, “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.” They asked the question, “Could Kenya Moore’s marriage already be over?”
In response, the 47-year-old Real Housewives of Atlanta star posted a photo of herself and Daly sharing a kiss on their wedding day, with the message that all of the rumors and whispers about her personal life currently are fraudulent.
“#FAKENEWS,” she wrote. “@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.”
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#FAKENEWS @bet @celebrity_insider_org @theinquisitr shame on you for constantly regurgitating the slanderous fake news from #radaronline Fake Husband Fake Pregnancy Fake Boyfriends Fake Storyline FIred Fake Divorce 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 #thatamrsdaly2you #blacklove
As far as comments about her marriage, Moore and Daly are set to celebrate their one-year anniversary in June. Back in March, Moore said that being with her husband had changed her for the better.
“When you finally are at peace with yourself and you find someone who centers you and who loves you unconditionally and they just bring out the best in you, you want to be a better person for them,” she said. “And I feel like I want to be a better person for not only myself but for my husband. I think we bring out the best in each other. I think that’s how it should be. I’ve never felt that before. I just felt, ‘I’m good’ and never felt I needed to work on myself and just elevate. I think my husband really just helps me to elevate and see things from a different perspective. And finally, having a team to be able to see things together is really amazing.”