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Kenya Moore Claps Back at Those Trying to "Tear Down" Her Husband

The Real Housewives of Atlanta entrepreneur is not here for the chatter about her man.

By Laura Rosenfeld
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The Real Housewives of Atlanta finally got to see Kenya Moore and her husband Marc Daly (OK, "Flat Marc") tie the knot in Sunday night's episode. However, that didn't seem to quell any of their concerns, questions, and comments about the newest RHOA spouse later during their San Francisco girls' trip. In particular, the ladies still questioned the existence of Kenya's husband since they had still yet to meet him, even causing Cynthia Bailey to walk out on their dinner. 

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If you think that complete 180 turned your world upside down, you're not the only one. "I can't get my foot out the door before these girls try to tear down my husband and my friends," Kenya reacted to the buzzy moment on Twitter Sunday. "@CynthiaBailey10 is a great friend they all mad that they don't have friends like her."


Kenya also didn't understand why Kandi Burruss called her out for not talking about her husband more. "@Kandi knows that when I first got married I talked about my husband all the time just not in the group," Kenya tweeted.


She also clapped back at Porsha Williams, who said in the episode that she thought Kenya's husband seemed controlling after she said he doesn't like it when she wears makeup. "Wanting your wife to look naturally beautiful is a great thing," Kenya tweeted.


Kenya previously opened up to The Daily Dish about how her hubby has been handling his newfound time in the spotlight since they wed in June, especially when it seems like everyone with access to social media has something to say about their marriage. "It's a mixed bag, and it's a lot for someone who's always been in the background to now be in the foreground, it takes some time to get used to. But I think now I can say we are definitely more adjusted now in how to deal with things, just within our family and them getting used to it as well," Kenya shared. "And all I had to say really was it will get better in time because time will give you more opportunity to learn how to deal with it. And I think he's in a really good place now. I think we're really good right now." 

Watch Kenya explain why she and her husband initially hoped to keep their relationship private, below. 

Kenya Moore Explains Keeping Her Marriage Private
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