Kenya Moore went to brunch in style over the weekend, stepping out with her baby girl and pal Miss Lawrence. But things went left when one person in her comments section took issue with the reality star’s fur coat.
“Strolling into brunch with @misslawrence like a boss,” Moore captioned a Jan. 13 set of photos with her daughter, Brooklyn Doris Daly, and her friend Lawrence, who also held Moore’s daughter.
Several fans loved the bonding moment between “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star and the “Empire” actor. And they gushed over her fashionable frock, which included a long black dress, a cropped Chinchilla fur jacket and a pair of white booties. Fans can get a similar pair of boots by Vocosi from Amazon.
“Auntie Lawrence got the baby thing down.”
“Ok twirl you better stroll …. love the coat.”
“Flawless and beautiful. I want that coat…”
However, at least one Instagram user was not a fan of the outerwear. Moore’s fans’ lovefest turned sour when a woman made her problem with Moore rocking a fur coat known.
“Why do you wear fur? Tortured animals is not cute!”
The user soon was inundated with responses defending Moore and dissing her stance.
“@catlady_d How Do You Know It’s Real? There Are Fake Furs That Look Real. Especially When You Pay Good Money For Them.”
“@catlady_d mind your own business you are jealous sweep 🧹 around your own front 🚪Kenya look Flawless 🙌🙏🏿🔥”
“@catlady_d let this lady be grown the police kill black man all over America I bet you not saying one word about that.”
“@catlady_d Gtfo! Mind the business that pays you, probably torturing your damn pets…🤦🏾♀Ppl worry about the wrong stuff..”
Moore has remained stylish during and after her pregnancy.
At her fairy tale-themed baby shower, Moore wowed in a fitted gold dress that draped all the way past her feet, with a crown to match. Dresses were a staple of the star’s closet while pregnant, as she also wore a printed wrap dress to an event in September where she was accompanied by her husband, Marc Daly. And this celebrated post-pregnancy look is a sign of what’s to come from Moore’s closet.