As fans follow Kenya Moore on her journey to divorce, they are learning how matters spiraled out of control between her and her husband, Marc Daly.
In the latest episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Kenya sat down with her good friends, Cynthia Bailey and Kandi Burruss, and she dropped a few bombshells.
Kenya did not hold back and opened up about the issues in her marriage to Marc by saying that other women played a part in her broken romance.
The mom of one said that she caught her husband having some “inappropriate” exchanges with another woman and added: “I don’t want a divorce. My instincts say he’s doing something else because I look around, and I see these text messages, whatever. One of the women was begging him to keep the sex going, even though he was married. That woman, he still communicates with after I told him this is inappropriate.”
Kenya went on to explain: “She was like, ‘You make me feel this way, that way. Is there any way we could keep this going? I called the b*tch, too. Yes, which I regret that I did. She answered the phone. I said, ‘You might want to take me off the speakerphone. This is Mrs. Marc Daly. And she picked up the motherf–king phone, and I proceeded to let her know if she came anywhere else near my husband, I know where she lives.”
Kenya confessed that she and Marc had a “big blowout” after she discovered the texts and went on to say that she missed some of the warning signs.
She added: “I think I missed a lot of red flags. I think when you’re excited, and you’re in love, and you feel hopeful, you ignore the red flags. The last few weeks have taught me you can’t believe who someone says they are; you have to believe who someone shows you who they are.”
In a tweet after the episode aired, Kenya explained: “The story I told [Kandi] and [Cynthia] about the ex wanting to ‘keep it going’ was shared from Marc just weeks after he told her he got married nearly three years ago and that was her response.”
Kenya and Marc wed in 2017 and announced that they were divorcing in September 2019.