Kenya Moore Is Ashamed Watching Her Confrontation With Matt Jordan

A lot of people hate on Kenya Moore and I totally get it. She’s caused a lot of controversy on Real Housewives of Atlanta, but even her biggest haters have to feel some sympathy watching her tumultuous relationship with Matt Jordan play out this season. Kenya herself has admitted that she’s “ashamed” of her inability to break away from the toxic interaction.

Kenya opened up about watching that stairwell confession where Matt called her out for (allegedly) having sex with him in his truck (which she didn’t address, obviously). And on a lighter note, Kenya had nothing but praise for Cynthia Bailey and Sheree Whitfield’s kids after they walked the runway in the Cargo fashion show.


Kenya had a lot to say in her Bravo blog. To start things off, Kenya declared, “I LOVED the fashion show! Cynthia did a great job bringing a New York vibe to Atlanta. It was edgy, young, and sexy.”

Kenya also gave shout outs to Noelle Robinson and Kairo Whitfield: “I was especially proud of how amazing Miss Noel was opening the show. YAAASSS, Miss Noel! ‘Miss I am the Face of Cargo.’ She’s just so fancy! LOL! Although I don’t know Sheree’s son Kairo, he also deserves praise. Both mothers should be very proud.” Agreed.

Then, Kenya had to address the elephant in the room: her encounter with on-again-off-again boyfriend Matt. “That scene happened nearly six months ago. It’s painful to watch myself at my age tolerating such foolishness from anyone. I am ashamed.”

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Kenya shared, “I focused so hard on breaking old habits of not running away when things get tough. Yet, this relationship was the exact scenario. I should have run away as fast as humanly possible.”

She warned, “If a man is capable of damaging your property, calling you out of your name, threatening you, tells you that you will die unhappy and alone – but in the same breath begs you to stay with him – RUN. I pray that other women take away that reprehensible behavior from a man is never acceptable. There is no excuse for abuse.”

Kenya insisted things after different in the present day, “I am thankful to have moved on from what seems like a lifetime ago. My circle is completely different now.” She also claimed, “I do not now or will ever have any communication with him. I do not wish harm on anyone and hope that he can move on with his life and leave me completely alone. I don’t. I did. I’m done.”


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