A fed-up Kenya Moore has decided to take on the haters who are always complaining and bashing the size of her baby bump.
The former Real Housewives of Atlanta star and her husband, Marc Daly, are expecting their first child together later this year.
Kenya is often glowing in the photos she shares on social media where she is showing off her baby bump.
However, the comments are always the same; the baby bump is too small. Therefore, she is faking her pregnancy.
Kenya addressed the matter with a piece entitled “Bump Size: Does it Matter?”
The article explained: “Is my bump too small? Having a small bump is no picnic either because people will want to comment on that just as much. From jaws hitting the ground when you say your due date (followed by “oh my, but your bump is so tiny,”), to questions from friends and family about whether you’re eating correctly.
The critical thing to remember is that there is no right size for your bump. All women, and all pregnancies are unique. Bump size can be influenced by lots of factors, including:
the number of pregnancies – first pregnancies tend to be smaller bumps because tummy muscles are tighter
the number of babies – women carrying multiples often have bigger bumps.”
One fan told the mother-to-be: “Kenya I am so happy for you, your baby has no idea, what a wonderful mother, you will be! Seeing your baby bump grow, is priceless, you look so happy! Wishing the three of you, the best!”
Another commenter said: “I admire you!! I hope to see you return on RHOA! I am following your story with baby-Daly. We as black women should focus more on uplifting one another, so I want to reiterate that you are awesome and admired… Wishing you nothing but love and happiness!”
This person shared: “You have always been my favorite housewife Why? Because I’ve watched, you take so much from people….family, friends & enemies but you have ALWAYS remained grounded! I admire you and your journey because I know from personal experience how hard it is when your mother rejects you and how empty you feel inside However I believe that all the trials & tribulations that we have gone through are what makes us great parents to our children! So I won’t wish you the best because I already know that you are and will ALWAYS be the best mother to your child(ren). Instead, I will pray God’s everlasting love, joy, peace, guidance & protection over every area of your life ??♀️ Stay strong, stay blessed & stay beautiful empress Sending you lots of love from the UK One love .”
Kenya does not like to be messed around with.