Kenya Moore Praises Her Father & Shades Matt Jordan (Again) On Social Media

I’m not gonna lie, it has been very tough watching the drama between Kenya Moore and Matt Jordan unfold during the current Real Housewives of Atlanta season. I am not a fan of the relationship. Thankfully, Kenya seems to be over it as well. She has been consistently shading him on social media, but on the positive note, at least Kenya seems to be on good terms with her dad.

Longtime viewers of Real Housewives of Atlanta probably know Kenya and her dad have not had the best relationship over the years, so it’s very good news that she’s on good terms with one important man in her life. And you know Kenya, she always has a lot to say about everything.


Kenya is definitely one of those people who lives by the “all publicity is good publicity” mantra. She has been popping off on all forms of social media after the last episode.

Of course, Kenya posted a pensive selfie on Instagram accompanied by a bible verse…. and an #RHOA hash tag, of course. Kenya wrote, “Love is patient,  love is kind… it is not proud. It does not dishonor others It is not easily angered It keeps no record or wrongs It always protects, always hopes, always trusts, always preserves 1 Corinthians 13 4-8 #RHOA” I got the point that she was trying to make, but it seems like a little much to me? Maybe I’m being cynical, but then again, if it takes a bible verse and pretty selfie for her to move on from this toxic relationship, then I fully support that move.

Kenya also had someone (I wonder who) take a pic of her walking through a door and she threw some pretty obvious shade with the caption, “There is always another open door. #blessed” Fierce picture. I’m not one for dragging out breakups on social media, but I have to admit that it is pretty entertaining as a dedicated viewer of this show. Shade on, girl.

Kenya did not stop shading Matt on Instagram though and I’m sure that he’s reading (and seething over) all of these posts. She put up this quote, “If it’s really, keep it and don’t let it go. If it’s not real, walk away and don’t look back.” Oh man. What could this be about? It’s such a subtle quotation.

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Then, Kenya turned it into a positive thing by complimenting her renewed relationship with her father, “Thank God for real men and thank God for my father who has always loved me. We haven’t always been close, but you see that’s the beauty in being flawed, I am loved unconditionally by the first man I’ve ever known and he was a child of 15 when I was born. #familyisforever #realmen #fathers #rhoa.” It’s nice to see that Kenya and her father are finally on good terms. I have no idea if it has anything to do with this Matt drama, but it’s good that she has her dad during this rough time.

Kenya acknowledged the up and down relationship that she has had with her father. When a fan tweeted Kenya, “Your Dad is a man after my own heart…a man of distinctions.” Kenya replied, “My dad and I went through some pretty rough times but he’s always loved me.”

Another fan tweeted at Kenya, “Loved the conversation you and your Dad had. Loveis patient!” Kenya quoted that and said, “Yes he’s amazing.” And while I’m vicariously happy for Kenya, it’s still tough to forget the ongoing saga with Matt.

One fan shared her reaction to watching the drama play out on the show, “The sad part is that @KenyaMoore tried to praise him but he kept messing up. She’s not even bad mouthing him. She doesn’t have to.” Kenya shared the tweet and added the sentiment, “Yeah it’s hard to watch.” Yes, it is.


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