Kenya Moore Sparks Divorce Rumors, Then SLAMS Split Speculaton

Recently, speculation has been swirling that RHOA star Kenya Moore is faking her pregnancy and her marriage.

When Kenya posted and then deleted words that made fans wonder if she regretting her wedding, the rumors only magnified.

Kenya has seen the speculation — and she’s not mincing words with her clapback.

RadarOnline reports that Kenya Moore posted this ominous message to Instagram:

“Don’t love too soon. Don’t trust too fast.”

Coming only about a year after her secret wedding to Marc Daly, some wondered if she had regrets.

“Don’t judge too soon. Don’t quit too early.”

Others wondered if this was simply good advice.

“Don’t expect too high. Don’t talk too much.”

(I’ve never been good at following that last piece of advice)

The odd thing is that there is no sign of that post on Kenya’s Instagram right now.

She reportedly deleted it, replacing it with a photo in which her wedding band is clearly visible.

Some wondered if she and Marc had been fighting.

There have been absurd rumors that she is faking her pregnancy in order to stay relevant — rumors that we have already ridiculed for their absurdity.

(Can a pregnancy be faked? Sure! But it defies reason to believe that Kenya is doing that simply because she isn’t pushing her baby bump in everyone’s faces)

Did Kenya post that after an argument with Marc and then switch it out after they made nice?

Or is it more likely that she posted some sage advice and then deleted it when people started reading way, way too much into it?

Either way, Kenya is clearly pissed about the speculation and rumors about her marriage and pregnancy, because she posted this: 


Oh boy, remember when this term was only used to apply to deliberately manufactured “news” stories in the political arena? Genuine hoaxes like Pizzagate?

“@bet @celebrity_insider_org @theinquisitr shame on you for constantly regurgitating the slanderous fake news from #radaronline.”

Well, discussing an existing story isn’t shameful. You can’t debunk something without addressing it.

“Fake Husband, Fake Pregnancy, Fake Boyfriends, Fake Storyline, FIred, Fake Divorce.”

To be fair, there were genuinely plenty of people — us included — who were truly worried that Kenya would be fired from RHOA over her marriage.

Kenya Moore slams fake news

Kenya apparently wishes that sites would totally fabricate things about her.

“At least be effing original with your hateful lies.”

This just in: Kenya Moore has to be careful to avoid mishaps, as the Illuminati cloning facility that she uses to stay young-looking has been destroyed in the Kilauea eruption.

Would that be a satisfactory fake story? (We kid, of course — everyone knows that the Illuminati Deep State Lizard people keeping their cloning facilities on the moon)

“I’m used to you all making up stories to get clicks off my name but LEAVE MY FAMILY ALONE.”

Some celebrities have topics that really get under their skin. This is clearly Kenya’s.

“#thatamrsdaly2you #blacklove”

Obviously, fans want to know about Kenya’s love life. It’s only natural — you see her on television and social media.

But there are lines that we should probably avoid crossing.

We would never want to hurt anyone’s feelings, of course.

And ugly rumors can be extremely hurtful. Kenya must be feeling sensitive about this issue, and that is absolutely her right.


Matt Roloff Slams Amy Roloff as “Insecure,” Sort of Dumb

They say you should never mix business with pleasure.

But Matt Roloff and Amy Roloff have been attempting to do just this for about two years now.

The reality stars got divorced in 2016, yet both still live on the same property and both still run Roloff Farms together.

This arrangement has worked reasonably well so far, although we doubt either Matt or Amy would label is as pleasureful.

On Tuesday night’s episode of Little People, Big World, viewers were taken behind the scenes of this unusual business relationship, while also witnessing even more tension between the exes.

(Matt and Amy have clashed all season; the former even admitted that he may move far away from her this year.)

The tension stemmed from this installment being filmed during pumpkin season on the farm, which is when the business rakes in a significant share of its annual revenue.

“Even though Matt and I are divorced, we are still business partners,” Amy explained early on, adding:

“And our pumpkin store during pumpkin season has a lot of items in it. We sell pumpkin butter, pumpkin salsa; but you know obviously with the divorce, we definitely have our own individual finances.”

Why was this an issue last night?

Because Amy baked her own pumpkin bread and wanted to sell it in the store.

This meant she had to talk to only her ex-husband about it, but also his girlfriend, Caryn Chandler, because she serves as the farm’s manager.

“Caryn thought to put [your bread] right front in center, [so] it’s the first thing you see when you walk in the store,” Matt told Amy, seemingly offering her a great deal to which she initially agreed.

HOWEVER, Matt then brought up his children’s book and explained the caveat:

“With my book I’m going to pay the farm fee, you guys can figure out whether you want to do some percentage thing or some flat fee per transaction.”

“Why?” asked Amy.

“I need to compensate the farm,” Matt replied.

The idea behind this fee is that the store is meant to make money for the farm; for the business as a whole.

If someone wants to sell his or her own product there, he or she must give a percentage of the profits to the farm. Or just pay the farm a flat fee for stocking his or her item(s).

Amy didn’t seem to totally grasp this notion.

Or perhaps, as a co-owners, figured she would be exempt from such a policy.

“Having a conversation with Matt, he will bring up something that totally catches me off guard,” she told the cameras. “So I always feel less confident and definitely at a disadvantage.”

Matt tried to explain that it’s a bad “business model” to sell anything at the store for which the farm doesn’t get a cut…

… before turning sort of mean and personal.

“Amy doesn’t have a good sense of what it takes to run the farm. Amy can be very, very insecure. I try to be as patient and easy as possible,” he told the camera.

Previously, Matt has taken issue with how producers edited series footage to make it appear as if he and his relatives didn’t get along.

But that complaint falls a little flat when he comes right out and says this sort of thing about Amy, don’t you think?

“When it comes to Amy and I, it’s just one day at a time. One day it feels like it’s working and another day it feels like it’s not working.” Matt added.

And this is perfectly understandable.

No divorced couple could work so closely together without a few ups and downs.

“There is a lot riding on pumpkin season,” Amy later admitted.

“Because what we make during pumpkin season sustains the farm all year long… working with Caryn or Matt, I have to put aside what personal feelings I may have because pumpkin season is a family business and I want it to continue to be around for the kids and the grandkids.

“So I definitely want things to go well.”

To see how this issue was resolved, and to see how Jeremy Roloff fared taking care of his daughter all alone, click below to watch Little People, Big World online.


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Christina Aguilera SLAMS The Voice: It Was Like a Prison! It Was SO Fake!

As fans have seen recently with Christina Aguilera’s stunning bare-faced photo, she is updating her image and stripping away everything that she considers “fake.”

Now she’s telling the world exactly how she feels about her time as a judge on The Voice.

And she is not holding back.

In her interview with Billboard, Christina Aguilera says that being on The Voice felt like a prison.

She describes the experience and the show as an “energy sucker,” and compares churning out episodes to running a “hamster wheel.”

Speaking of that time, she says:

“I was longing for freedom.”

She had a self-care routine when she would get home from the set.

“I would just take everything off — the makeup, all of it — and would blast hip-hop, or Nirvana, ‘Creep,’ Slayer.”

So … rebellious music for old people.

“Anything like that to get me out of that zone, that TV mode.”

Christina says that one of the things that she did not enjoy was the limitations forced upon her.

“I didn’t get into this business to be a television show host and to be given all these [rules].”

Some people find comfort in the clarity that rules provide. Christina is not one of those people.

“Especially as a female: You can’t wear this, can’t say that. I would find myself on that show desperately trying to express myself through clothing or makeup or hair.”

Sometimes, little acts of rebellion go a long way.

“It was my only kind of outlet.”

Hey, whatever works.

She says that her experience on The Voice got worse as time went on.

“It became something that I didn’t feel was what I had signed up for in Season 1.”

Sometimes, shows change.

(And it probably didn’t help that her $ 17 million starting salary got cut down to a paltry $ 12.5 million)

“You realize it’s not about music.”

Well, if it were about the music and not about making a show, then it probably wouldn’t be on television.

“It’s about making good TV moments and massaging a story.”


Christina talks about her own upcoming album, Liberation.

“To me, there’s nothing like an amazing hip-hop beat.”

And she’s not just saying that because hip-hop has really climbed up on the charts since her personal musical heyday.

“At the end of the day, I am a soul singer.”


“When you strip back the words ‘pop star’ and the many things that I’ve done, singing soulfully is where my core, my root and my heart really is.”

Well, some people strongly prefer pop stars. But Christina is her own person and can make whatever kind of music she likes.

“And as you can see, it’s what I’m inspired by.”

She does admit that she finds touring a little daunting.

“Touring is so frightening to me, because I am a mom first. It’s part of why I stayed in the position I was [at The Voice].”

So she’s leaving her comfort zone for her art.

“It’s easy to get comfortable and cushy in the same place and not have to worry about uprooting your kids. I’ve been putting myself on the back burner.”

Plenty of people would have been happy to do The Voice for decades if given the option. But Christina is an artist.

“It needs to happen. I’m looking forward to getting back out and actually showing my kids what Mommy really does!”

That’s so exciting!


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