Kenya Moore just posted an emotional and motivational message on her Instagram account, and you can read it below. This comes right after people kept slamming her, saying that she is faking her pregnancy. She proved everyone wrong by posting a picture with her baby bump and more.
‘God works in His own time. Never give up believing or dreaming for your heart’s deepest desires. You are loved. You are worthy. You are next.#beblessed #love #peace #believe #God,’ Kenya captioned her post.
‘Kenya you are a true testament of Gods work. After all you been thru relationship wise,family problems(mom) you trusted in God and he gave you a great husband and the gift of life your baby. I pray you will be a great mom with much love never turning your back on him. #staystrongbeautifullady,’ one of her fans praised her and told her that everything would be fine.
‘I lost my dad 29 years ago to suicide. It feels like today . I remember it like it just happened. Seeing your mom fall to the floor on her knees when the priest walks in your door is nothing anyone should witness. I’m 40 and still traumatized. More for that than the actual shooting . I was 11. He also shut himself in my bedroom. When we had 9 bedrooms. He had barns and all the space he needed to do it . So I’ll always have the question why and why in my room. I was his pet. Nobody knew he was depressed or feeling that way,’ one commenter posted shocking everyone.
‘thank you for sharing that. I can’t even begin to understand how what happened and how and where it happened must affect you. My niece hung herself..22 years old..my brother…her dad..found her. She was recently diagnosed with depression so it’s all happened so quick. Like you I’ll never get over it or understand why…but I hope it gets easier to live with. ❤’ someone answered the previous commenter.
‘all I can say is thank you… so think we all need this prayer or will need this in the future 🤞🏽🙏🏽🙌🏽🤲🏽’ another follower thanked Kenya for her message.
We are also advising everyone who is going through a rough time in their lives to have faith that someday things will get better, even if for the moment it seems impossible.