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 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.
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.