Kenya Moore’s Baby Bump Pic Spurs Surprise Accusations That Compel the ‘RHOA’ Star to Respond

Kenya Moore is delivering what fans have been begging to see: a baby bump. As the star hit up The Ubiquitous Women’s Expo in Washington over the weekend she sported a belly-hugging white dress that firmly put her pregnancy on display.

“My two loves #baby and #babydaly came to support me at the #ubiquitous convention this weekend,” Moore said in the caption of her husband, Marc Daly and their unborn child. “We LOVE DC and everyone was so kind to us. Thank you for all the well wishes and all the people excited for #KenyaMooreHairCare @kenyamoorehaircare #family #TheDalys #ThatMrsDalyToYou.”

Kenya Moore


Several fans congratulated Moore on her happy ending as she starts a family with her husband. They also remarked on her time on Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” which has been reported to be in limbo.

“I can’t say it enough!!! So happy for you and wish we could’ve witnessed your beautiful journey on RHOA.”

“Definitely won’t be watching #rhoa anymore I think it’s run its course without you.😘”

“Awwwwww congratulations I am so happy for you. FOE: Family over everything. Hope RHOA puts you back on. God bless you and your family.”

“@shatdenimurr stop watching RHOA. Bravo, they’re users and abusers. The white cast can sue castmates the Black cast cannot. The white cast mates can refuse to place their husbands on the show, they also can talk to Andy and other producers any type of way as they feel like. Some of the Black cast cannot. Bravo also used the high ratings and profits from ATL franchise to fund Kim Z and other low ratings show on TV while being bias[ed] towards other cast members KNOWING ALL THESE GIVE FANS THE [RIGHT] TO QUIT ✋ WATCHING RHOA. STAND FIRM✊️✊️✊️✊️✊️✊️.”

It was the latter response to her post that made Moore chime in by simply replying, “@charm411 interesting. 🤔”

Kenya Moore

Since tweeting about her RHOA status in June, Moore has been mum about any further updates about her status on the series.

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