The Brooklyn eatery addressed the rumors in a post on Instagram on March 5, confirming it has had an A Sanitary Inspection Grade "for many years."
"For the haters spreading false news, PSA, we have maintained our A for many years. Our staff is amazing. SoCo standards have always been upheld," the post read. "Please stop spreading fake rumors about a successful black owned business!!!"
This announcement comes after Marc, the husband of Kenya Moore, addressed his behavior at the Black Man Lab charity event featured in the March 1 episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, also via SoCo's Instagram account.
"As a person of color, it is of paramount importance for me to showcase the positive aspects of my people, hence the reason for my involvement in the Black Man Lab experience," Marc wrote in the post. "Unfortunately, my genuine attempt at doing something positive was compromised by my personal situation. For that, I sincerely apologize and take sole responsibility."
"I want to thank all those involved with the Black Man Lab for their support after the event," he continued in the post. "I would like to end by saying, I have full admiration for the organization and am always available to engage and contribute to its efforts."
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