Last month, Cynthia Bailey revealed that Kenya Moore still loves her cheating husband, Marc Daly.
It's one thing to hear it from a friend. It's even worse to hear it from Kenya herself.
In a new interview, the first-time mom confirms that she's still in love with Marc. She even threatens that they could reconcile.
Speaking to Us Weekly, Kenya admits that Marc Daly "still is" the love of her life.
"I love my husband," Kenya says, even though the two of them split some time ago.
She opines: "But I think that we’re not operating from a good place right now, prior to announcing [our split]."
That's both a complicated statement and a vague one.
In a line sure to make countless fans worry, she admits that she is at least open to the idea of reconciliation.
"But I do think that things could get back on track," Kenya spculates.
She notes that this would be possible "if you have two people that want to."
Notice how Kenya continues to avoid confirming any of what Marc may have done.
Kenya seems to have accepted that this could just be a hurdle, stating that sometimes "couples go through things.”
She does not explain what that “something” might be in this particular situation.
Kenya states that what happened to fracture her marriage may actually be forgivable.
As she sees it, a person “can get over” just about anything with the right mindset. Girl, that does not sound healthy.
"There were difficulties in terms of distance," Kenya says, taking vague references to marital problems to new heights.
"And, you know, when [our daughter] Brooklyn was born," she explains. "It changed our dynamic as a couple."
One, if having a kid changes your dynamic for the worst, either don't have a kid or get a better partner.
Two, we hope that Brooklyn doesn't grow up, read that interview, and feel like she ruined her mom's best chance at happiness.
“So, it’s been really hard to get things back on track," Kenya expresses.
She then threatens: "but I’m still very hopeful that we can."
"I just don’t know what the future holds," Kenya concludes.
None of us do, but it sounds like Kenya is hyping herself up to make a terrible mistake instead of a clean break.
Why are fans of The Real Housewives of Atlanta so thoroughly disgusted with Marc and so opposed to the idea of a reconciliation?
It's simple: they saw how much Kenya sacrificed for Marc.
First, she held their wedding in secret, cutting Bravo out of a major life milestone in a way that infuriated showrunners and producers.
Then, Marc remained camera shy and Kenya went along with it. For a time, it cost her her job.
It's true that Marc eventually agreed to film and that Kenya was able to return to the franchise, but she missed out on a whole year of stardom.
And for what? For a man who allegedly cheated on her left and right.
Marc had previously made very reasonable complaints about how he's observed black men on RHOA portrayed as partners.
How is a man going to make a point like that and then go cheat on the mother of his child? Kenya deserves better.