Kenya Moore Gets Mom-Shamed Like Gabrielle Union After Sharing Picture Kissing Baby Brooklyn
Former Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore is getting mommy shamed for sharing a sweet picture of her baby girl, Brooklyn Doris Daly.
Kenya has a few fans in an uproar because she was kissing her infant daughter whom she shares with Marc Daly.
Kenya captioned the much-talked-about picture: "#6weeksold. May God bless you and may all your heart’s desires come true. I never gave up, kept praying and believing in God’s plan for my life. Stay prayerful He has your back. ❤️ #babybrooklyn #love #faith #family #godsspeed #pray."
One person replied: "I just find it funny she post messages EVERY Sunday ? , but someone said her daughter was born on a Sunday, so that makes sense. Honestly couldn’t stand Kenya on the show for the longest, but I am so delighted and excited for her. Every woman deserves to see their dreams manifest. I hope the blessings keep on coming for her. I would have enjoyed seeing her new life."
Another commenter claimed: "This woman posts something about the Baby every time an episode airs I totally agree with her lol. I can’t believe @bravoandy would allow the fans to miss out on all this goodness. We were soooo invested in your prayers for your life, and then just pushed aside for contracts. Damn. I’m so happy for you @thekenyamoore for never stop praying and believing that your wants and needs would come to pass through God. Bring Kenya back and send shamrari to love and hip hop, no shade, I just feel like that show is more her style and shade."
This viewer wrote: "Of course, she was going to share it today. Queen of shade. But seriously, Kenya doesn't hold her underneath her armpits. She’s just a bundle of soft tissue and can become QUITE sore from all the manipulation of being constantly picked up and held/dangled in the air by her armpits. People, please stop kissing babies in the face. The amount of germs that we have on us is crazy."
Gabrielle Union faced the same situation with her baby, Kaavia. Critics do not play.