Kenya Moore continues to spark rumors that she's faking her first pregnancy! After The Real Housewives of Atlanta star posted a photo of her barely-there bump, she deleted the snap when fans accused her of not being pregnant.
The drama started when Moore, 47, posted the first photo of her baby bump alongside husband Marc Daly. Although a slight bump could be seen in the photo, followers weren't convinced.
"I thought you were pregnant? Oh I get it #TryingToStayRelevant," one user wrote, while a second commented, "Where's your baby bump?"
A third follower asked, "I thought she was pregnant. What happened?"
After the backlash, Moore deleted the evidence.
Then, she posted a meme of a pregnant woman with the quote, "A baby asked God, 'They tell me you are sending to me earth tomorrow, but how am I going to live there being so small and helpless?' God said, 'Your angel will be waiting for you and will take care of you.' The baby asked, 'Who will protect me?'… The baby said, 'God, please tell me my angel's name." God said, "You will simple call her Mommy.'"
Moore disabled the comments.
She then posted a photo in a flowing white dress to promote her hair care line.
"Where's this baby bump? You're not even pregnant," a follower slammed. The user then claimed, "Stop posting as if you're going thru trimesters when in reality you just paying someone to have it for you."
A second commenter wrote, "From the looks of it, you don't look pregnant."
"Kenya didn't look pregnant; all of the ladies have had kids and they totally didn't believe her," a source told RadarOnline.com. "No one really believes Kenya is pregnant and the producers think that she said she was pregnant in order to get signed up for the next season. This was a last-ditch effort to get a contract."
On Instagram live in April, she shot down the fakery rumors.
"No I don't have a surrogate," she said. "I'm a smart girl. I have been wanting a family of my own for a very long time."
She added that she began seeing fertility specialists when she turned 40.
"I know how freeze eggs and take certain supplements to increase my body's chances of being a healthy environment and to produce fresh eggs," she said. "This is a happy time for me and I'm not going to entertain nonsense."
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