The highly anticipated new season of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” is coming to Bravo on Nov. 3, and just over a month before then the tense trailer has been unveiled. This season marks the return of Kenya Moore, and it seems it’s not all wedded bliss between her and husband Marc Daly.
The couple, who released separate statements last Thursday announcing they are getting a divorce, are seen clashing on-screen, with restaurateur Daly not holding back on his reality TV star wife.
“You can take everything,” said Daly, who owns a Brooklyn eatery called Soco. “I’ll build it again.”
The clip is shown after Moore appears to meet with a divorce attorney who asks if she and her husband have a prenuptial agreement in place. Cynthia Bailey is also seen asking Moore, “Are you happy in this marriage?” A tearful Moore responded while dabbing her eyes, “I’m at a really low place right now.”
Many fans have been particularly reacting to Daly’s interaction with Moore, who is the mother of his 10-month-old daughter Brooklyn Doris Daly.
“Kenya and Marc are making me sad”
“@mandyafrika I’m just so sad they ended things. I was rooting for her 😢,” someone replied.
“Kenya‼️ we were rooting for you‼️ we were all rooting for you‼️‼️🤦🏾♀️”
“I don’t want Kenya to get a divorce.”
“Marc said & I’ll build it back up again – Shook Me and Kenya 😬😬 Okay S12!!! 👏👏”
“My wig is in orbit”
An insider alleged to Atlanta Black Star that Moore and Daly’s marriage hit the final snag when, during Daly’s charity event for the Black Men Lab on Sept. 17, Moore “lashed out” at her husband. Additionally, Radar Online reported that at the event, in which the “RHOA” cast was in attendance and was recorded for the show, Kenya was irate at her hubby because “Marc told Eva’s [Marcille] husband that he is tired of Kenya’s s–t,” according to a source.
“He called her an attention whore,” the insider added.
In their statements confirming their split Sept. 19, Moore said, “due to recent and ongoing circumstances, I can no longer continue in the marriage.”
Daly did not give any indication as to a reason why the couple is divorcing but said, “rumors, innuendo or false accusations only serve to hurt our family and will be addressed through counsel as the law permits.”
Both parents expressed their commitment to their daughter and requested privacy.