Kenya Moore Is Ready To Fight 'Real Housewives Of Atlanta' Co-Stars And Others Calling Marc Daly Marriage Fake

Kenya Moore Is Ready To Fight 'Real Housewives Of Atlanta' Co-Stars And Others Calling Marc Daly Marriage Fake
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Do not mess with Kenya Moore or she will fight back.

Just days after the 46-year-old the former Miss USA went on a viral rant against those who questioned her marriage to Marc Daly, she jumped on social media to throw some major shade.

Without saying any names, Moore took on people who are jealous of her happiness with her new spouse.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta star posted a quote that read: "Be Happy It Drives People Crazy."

Fans of the TV personality, who understood what she was talking about, rushed to show some love and support.

One fan said: "Yes indeed, you can kill a person with kindness. Something my Mom used to say. TeamTwirl."

Another revealed: "It surely does. Go, girl, u r better than that."

A third supporter claimed: "Absolutely insane."

Those, who follow the model on social media, are aware that she recently bashed her co-stars for spreading lies about her love life.

According to RadarOnline , while filming an episode of the hit show, drama occurred.

Kim Zolciak, Sheree Whitfield, and Nene Leakes confronted Moore over the claims that she married Daly in Saint Lucia and the union is not legal.

They believe she had a fake marriage to get an interesting storyline for the show.

An insider said: “Kim Zolciak, Sheree Whitfield, and Nene Leakes are the ring leaders in searching for the truth behind Kenya Moore’s shocking elopement earlier this year. After Kim and Kenya got into a heated altercation at Nene Leakes’ house, Kim has made it her priority to find proof that Kenya’s wedding was just a publicity stunt instead of actual nuptials.”

Angered by the rumors and fights, Moore clapped back dramatically on Instagram.

Moore said she was fed up with the allegations and planned to sue the culprits.

She wrote: "It never ceases to amaze me the lengths people will go to discredit you, spread propaganda, boldface lies and publish entire articles based on an ‘anonymous’ or unknown source. My marriage and my life will not be made a mockery of. I ignored this empty rhetoric in the past…No more. Enough is enough. I’m fighting back."

She added: "Be warned, I’m coming for you, and we all know how this will end for you. I always have the last laugh. #lawsuit #receipts #reallove #DontF*ckWithMyFamily."

Moore has since deleted the post; still, she cannot help but throw a few shades.

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  • Cora Long
    Cora Long Sep 9, 2017 6:54 AM PDT

    I wish Kenya and her husband the very best. I know he shouldn't have to but I wish HE would speak up for her in this case publicly and let the media etc... know they are indeed married.... Now What????

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