Kenya Moore Gets Mom-Shamed And Kicked Out Of Restaurant With Baby Brooklyn -- 'RHOA' Star Shares Embarrassing Incident

Kenya Moore Gets Mom-Shamed And Kicked Out Of Restaurant With Baby Brooklyn -- 'RHOA' Star Shares Embarrassing Incident
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Mrs. Kenya Moore is learning all the rules as she goes along and she recently discovered that not everyone is kind towards new moms.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta alum confessed via social media that she was recently kicked out of a restaurant with her baby girl, Brooklyn Daly, because she attempted to change a diaper.

Marc Daly's wife said she was humiliated for not knowing the dos and don'ts on the matter.

However, Kenya was quick to get back to on her feet and found an app to help her and other mothers/fathers to avoid similar embarrassing situations.

The businesswoman explained: "Last week when I was traveling with Brooklyn; I got kicked out of a restaurant for changing her diaper! OMG, I was so embarrassed. I had no idea about these rules! As a new mama, I'm learning new things every day. The @peanut app has been an amazing support for me to connect with other new moms that can give me a heads up, advice and a sense of community. The app introduces you to women in your neighborhood based on the things you have in common—interests, mutual friends, age/gender of your children, and so much more! I used @peanut to ask how to find a good nanny, how old Brooklyn has to be to start eating food, is this a rash or eczema, and where else can’t I change her diaper LOL! Go check it out and create a profile; the app is a must-have for mamas and mamas-to-be. #peanutapp"

Many fans reached out to Kenya to show support after the minor incident.

One person said: "Cute baby, sorry for that Kenya, you are a great mom.
I have never heard of such a thing that’s horrible! People are always trying to criticize somebody and ready to criticize somebody. Look in the mirror at yourself. Love you Kenya."

Another supporter stated: "Kenya you have a light that shines from you like never before. God has blessed you. Stress will come but never forget what God has done for you. I'm so happy to see you and your family so happy. Not on the restaurant seat? I wouldn’t want to see that. Why didn’t you go to the restroom? Was that not allowed? I’ve done this, and I’m not ashamed. Some restaurants do not have changing tables available. Also, there are not changing tables in the men’s restrooms so what is my husband supposed to do when he’s out with the kids? Restaurants need to get with it bc it’s 2019 and people bring their babies with them."

The TV personality handled the situation quite well.

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  • Lulu
    Lulu Mar 2, 2019 5:59 PM PST

    When I managed a restaurant I kicked out the mom, dad, sibling, and baby. Changing a dirty diaper at a booth in the front of a crowded restaurant, you deserved to be asked to leave. Common sense. It's a restaurant. There's a reason why we have doors on bathrooms! Another reason why a person should have to take parenting classes.

  • Stacey
    Stacey Mar 2, 2019 5:14 PM PST

    It's sad kims oldest daughter follows her mothers bad habit of the plastic look, terribly nasty looks. The younger daughter is so pretty just naturally, hope she don't start with that plastic surgery and injections. Kim and the oldest one look like the guys on white chicks 🤮

  • Simone
    Simone Mar 1, 2019 11:10 AM PST

    I need to know all the details... did she try to change that baby right there at the table? Its not like ppl arent aware of her celebrity, if there were no accommodations in the bathroom, she could have asked. Otherwise just left.. I think this is a grab at attention, as per Kenya style.

    • Sonia Cardoso
      Sonia Cardoso Mar 4, 2019 9:15 PM PST

      Yeah, I noticed how she's pushing an app. She's probably getting paid to do plugs for it on her social media. Who the hell changes their baby in front of everyone, at their booth, and not expect to be asked to leave? There are bathrooms, she can't lie that there were no restrooms in there with doors or a single restroom where you just lock the door. When I had my two boys I always took them to the bathroom and never had any problems. No changing station in the bathroom you get creative and put the pad and the child across your lap while in the stall with the door closed. It doesn't take a genius to figure this shit out. I never took a parenting class. I don't get why some people play stupid. And if you don't want to do take your child into the stall with you then take the child to the car and change the child in there in the back seat. As to her returning to RHOA, a HELL NO. No to Kenya drama. She was a shit starter and would provoke physical violence.

  • Becky
    Becky Mar 1, 2019 5:29 AM PST

    Boy Kenya. Common sense would tell you there is a proper place to change a diaper. How many time have you seen someone change a diaper not in the restroom. Have you never noticed changing tables when you use the restroom. I call BS on this, you knew but didn’t care

  • Virginia
    Virginia Mar 1, 2019 3:51 AM PST

    That's just common sense, you don't change a baby's diaper inside the restaurant where people are eating. If there wasn't a changing table in the restroom, again use common sense. Change the diaper in the car, or your lap. That has nothing to do with being a new mom, there's time when you use common sense.

  • Terrie
    Terrie Feb 28, 2019 6:23 PM PST

    Kim Zolciak is starting to look like an “albino planet of the apes” ape She don’t like black people, yet her lips keep getting bigger and bigger Hell they are bigger than a lot of black peoples that I know

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