‘Faking’: Kenya Moore’s Photo of ‘Snatched’ Figure Draws Accusations of Photoshop

Kenya Moore is making major progress in getting back her pre-baby body.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta” alum gave birth to daughter Brooklyn Doris Daly in November 2018, and, after a harrowing delivery, she’s been putting in the work to get her figure slimmed down.

On Instagram Tuesday, Moore showed off her body in a yellow fitted shirt tucked into her hip hugging jeans.

“Yaaas Summer! I’m down another 4-5lbs on @bodycompleterx but the weekend was tough with all the good food! I’m back to my meal replacement shake! I add a little vanilla extract and soy milk. Yummy! Just a few lbs left! I can’t wait. #bodycompleterx #bodygoals #bcrx.” Moore wrote in the image’s caption.

Kenya Moore
Kenya Moore. (Photo: @thekenyamoore/Instagram)

The svelte look automatically had fans raving.

“👀you Better come thru mrs @thekenyamoore.”

“You are doing great !!”

“Snatched! 😍”

Soon, however, several people commented that “RHOA” star’s apparently disappearing waistline isn’t what it seems.

“@bodycompleterx …oh well, she photoshopped. Look at the bend on the rail by her tummy 😏. Love her but this is deceit.”

“@msmercedesisabel I totally agree don’t have people running to buy products for weight loss when you out here doing liposuction and photoshopping faking.”

Moore has had issues from critics over her post-baby snapback before. The star endured a three-hour Cesarean section that saw doctors cut the star multiple times. A mere three weeks after giving birth to daughter Brooklyn, Moore debuted a flat belly on Instagram.

“No, u got the c-section/tummy tuck special.. I’m hip.. 🤔”

“Good for you! I would of [sic] gotten a tummy tuck too, after having a C section.”

Moore hit back at the claim and replied, “@julestata no they are just out of shape and likely overweight… people doubt when they can’t achieve themselves. But it’s better to ask what did you do so I can do it too rather than to accuse someone of surgery 3 weeks after birth SMDH.”

The reality TV star has explained that her existing fibroids led to complications during her c-section.

“They knew if they cut into a fibroid, I could potentially bleed out and die,” she told People magazine. “So they ended up cutting me vertically too, to just get the baby out and make sure I survived the surgery. They were so scared they were going to lose me.”

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