Is the Real Housewives marriage curse hitting Kenya Moore already?
Moore's secret wedding took a toll on her during the last episode of the Real Housewives of Atlanta. The star began stressing her new husband out so much that she feared divorce was in their near future.
Moore revealed that Marc Daly was already feeling the pressure of their public relationship and it "was just f**king with him."
Her marriage drama was the main focus of the episode. While she began saying she was "still on cloud nine," she eventually ended up in tears over her rocky relationship.
"I literally have been married for all of five minutes but I have to say, getting married was the most amazing time in my life," Moore told Cynthia Bailey on a walk through the park. "I think I'm still on cloud nine. Did I really get married? Did I really walk down the aisle?"
Moore described how she and her new love met at a restaurant that he owned. She remarked on their romantic encounter and gushed about his success.
"My husband is a former Wall Street banker, entrepreneur, he does what he wants to do and he is very successful with what he wants to do."
She explained to Bailey: "My husband and I met but we didn't start dating until months later. I wasn't in a serious headspace to have a relationship I needed to do a lot of work on myself. But right now, I'm in a totally different space. I worked on myself. I got my husband. He's everything I prayed for."
A newly single Bailey was saddened by the conversation, reflecting on her own divorce. "Looking back, I wish I had done more to protect my marriage."
Moore's joy, however, was short-lived.
"This is not his world," she admitted about her spouse. "In his case I feel like I need to be his protector. My husband is just feeling overwhelmed because he's a private person. So, for him to now be the subject of every blog site internationally is insane to me."
While twirling around in her wedding dress, Moore seemed unhappy about her living situation. "It's challenging not having my husband with me in the same city. Until we figure it out, this is just how it is. He did not sign up for the crazy, he signed up for me. It's really scary how people don't want to see you happy."
She began sobbing and a producer tried to calm her down off camera.
"You know we were supposed to be going to church tomorrow, the preacher will bless our wedding. It's just f**king with him. He can't even sleep he's not eating. He's got ex-girlfriends sending him things about me from 25 years ago. Some famous guy I've dated. Like what does that have to do with now?"
The producer told her: "He's got to fight the fight," and Moore sobbed: "Everybody saying he fought his mother, everybody for me. I've been told so many times by people who were not very kind to me, they try to make me feel like you're not worth of love. And all this pressure it too much. It's like too much stuff going on."
"I don't wanna get divorced," she wailed.
Porsha Williams kept burning bridges on the latest RHOA episode. She slammed NeNe Leakes (who wasn't on the show at all ), after the Watch What Happens Live interview in which Leakes called for her to be fired.
"All of a sudden you want press, you drag me? That right there is backstabbing at its best. No more pain and no more drama. If that's what you're coming at me with, to the left."
At her best friend Shamea Morton's bridal shower she finally admitted to her friends that she wasn't attending her wedding in Kenya because of her "medical condition" she claimed was "vasovagal syncope," which prohibited her from sitting for too long.
"Physically I just can't do it in coach," Williams claimed.
"She can't sit on the plane that long with her legs down," another friend slammed about Williams. "They're used to being up. All the time."
"I just wish Porsha would be honest and say she just doesn't want to go," Burruss said, but admitted without Williams in Kenya, "That's one less place I have to worry about her fake a** trying to hug me."
Morton ripped Williams for bailing on the wedding. "I was f**king shocked," she said, but Williams refused to admit she had done anything wrong. "Like I'm a horrible friend?" she asked.
"You're not a horrible friend but you're being a horrible friend," Morton said. "You and I have been very distant since the f**kery of Phaedra Parks. You put Phaedra before me. Y'all were frick and frack. F**k that y'all were frick and frack. Ask Kandi. I never once ever put Kandi before you."
Williams pretended to apologize but Morton called her a b**ch and stormed off. "I need a break from friends," Williams said.
Sheree Whitfield's scenes in the episode were a heartbreaking revelation. Flashbacks of a heated conversation with her ex, Bob Whitfield, seemed to imply an abusive relationship, and she told her new life coach that she wanted to address her problems.
"I was dealing with some really deep-rooted issues that I suppressed for 10 years. Abuse. I didn't know. I am seriously about to tear up."
She asked for help, saying: "I want to get to where I can talk about it and it doesn't affect me," and explained: "Me being able to talk about abuse will make me a better person, a better mother, because I don't have all that excess baggage."
"I don't want you to keep hiding from this. I want you to face it. You're going to be fine," the life coach told her.
Whitfield gathered a group of friends at Burruss' to practice talking to her children about the alleged abuse.
"There has been a lot of talk about your dad and I's relationship. I've done some things and put up with some things that I'm not very proud of. I want to educate you on abuse," she said. "What did he do?" her friend asked her, pretending to be one of her children.
"It was some physical abuse. It was more mental and more verbal," she revealed as she wiped away tears.
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