Good genes or tummy tuck? Kenya Moore posted a series of pictures showing off her post-baby body three weeks after giving birth to her daughter with husband Marc Daly. But instead of receiving praise for her killer abs, she had to fight back against tummy tuck accusations! Click through the gallery to see The Real Housewives of Atlanta star's suspicious post-baby body!
“The snapback is real," the new mom captioned an Instagram photo on November 27 wearing a green sports bra and workout pants." I still can't work out yet but I feel much better. I was cut twice during my 3 hr Csection but I made it! I've always been healthy and worked out my entire life... whatever my body will do I'm not rushing it. It feels good to start to feel myself again. #brooklyndaly is worth every battlescar! #myangel #miraclebaby #motherhood#love #family.”
Moore’s banging body pic was quickly criticized by followers, asking if she had gone under the knife to get her abs back. “No plastic surgery no tummy tuck,” she wrote. “No surgeon would perform a tummy tuck on a woman 3 weeks after birth. Just stop it.”
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The new mom claimed she was breastfeeding baby Brooklyn, but that wasn’t enough to help her drop the weight. “It only burns 300-700 a day," she said. "I’m eating so much more but it’s good for the baby so I’m committed.”
Before she gave birth, the 47-year-old reality star claimed she weighed over 200 pounds!
Moore described her dangerous birth situation, telling a fan, “Yes I had complications from my fibroids. They couldn’t get her out. Was very scary. I lost a lot of blood and was cut twice.”
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