Kenya Moore's split with her ex-boyfriend is getting even nastier after he exposed her Real Housewives of Atlanta fakery! Matt Jordan turned to Twitter to slam his ex only days after their sudden breakup.
"Please stop lying," Jordan captioned a collage of Moore photos with various men. "The whole abusive boyfriend thing, I'll let it play out even though I was totally against the whole idea in the first place."
Jordan is referring to the upcoming episode, where he is caught on camera destroying her beloved Moore Manor.
As Radar exclusively reported, Moore accused Jordan of damaging her glass garage door, garage door, outdoor security camera and Range Rover in an August 15 police report obtained from the Sandy Springs Police Department.
But Jordan didn't stop there, as he also accused her of making up that he was jealous of a photo of her with rapper Jay Z, which aired on Sunday night's episode.
"But now that we're done filming you need to be able to dispose of me properly," he said. "So when you're interviewed you can point to a pic of HOV from 96 and say I was jealous of a photo I never felt no way about."
He even accused her of planning a fake birthday to start drama!
"Tell the truth about the fake birthday you planned purposely a day before YOU booked me the flight back to ATL so it would look like I just didn't show up," he fired. "Since you're the one that asked me to come back. SHAME ON YOU."
He then ripped Moore for destroying their relationship.
"You had a brother that loved you," he wrote. "Sweetie, you are 45 years old and single!"
As Radar readers know, Jordan has moved on with former urban model Tiffany Maiyon.
"Yes, I am confirming that we are dating currently," she told Radar only days after Moore told Bravo that she's still with Jordan. "That's sad she's still doing interviews and such saying so. I met him a few months ago. We were friends and decided to date publicly once they were completely broken up."
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