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‘Your Mammy Is Plastic’: Kenya Moore Fans Race to Defend Baby Brooklyn Against Troll

A delightful photo of new mom Kenya Moore and her baby girl Brooklyn Doris Daly was derailed when a troll showed up to diss the infant.

Moore, who is currently out of town on a tropical getaway ahead of her 48th birthday, uploaded a photo to her Instagram page Jan. 20.

“#beachbabies,” “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” alum captioned the post.

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Many fans gushed over the mother-daughter moment.

“This is too cute! I love seeing u with your miracle baby!❤️ Blessings to u!!”

“The Queen and the princess where’s the King are you going to have a prince one day please.”

“Both…absolutely gorgeous ❤️”

But things took a turn when IG user @hey.serg_o commented, “Fake baby you can tell she’s plastic.”

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Immediately, fans tore into the user.

“Just sad! @thekenyamoore block @hey.serg_o he’s trolling! Negative energy and spirits blocked!”

“@hey.serg_o Your Ass Hole is plastic, get off this lady page.”

“@hey.serg_o your brain is fake.”

“@hey.serg_o stupidity comes in all form.”

“BITCHHHH… don’t say no fucc s— like that. Just because YOUR mammy is plastic… let me quit because I’m not trying to act a fool on this fine Sunday. Even though I didn’t attend church this morning.”

Regardless of what a hater has to say about her daughter, Moore adores her baby girl. After debuting full-length photos with People magazine in November, the reality TV show star couldn’t help but gush over her self-described miracle baby.

“I finally have everything I’ve dreamed of. She’s so perfect in so many ways,” she said. “This little angel … so beautiful. I feel so blessed. It’s all been so worth it.”

Moore feeling so thankful for her baby makes sense considering the trouble she had getting pregnant in the first place. She was photographed in 2017 visiting a fertility clinic in Barbados, and she documented her struggles with pregnancy on her final season of “RHOA.”

When she finally did become pregnant, Moore faced scary complications like preeclampsia, which is characterized by hypertension. The issue, which affects 5 percent of pregnant women, can only be cured by delivering the baby. So Moore welcomed Brooklyn via a three-hour emergency cesarean section on Nov. 4.

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