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Kenya Moore Fires Back At Those Fake Pregnancy And Divorce Rumors!

Kenya Moore was recently accused of faking her pregnancy after she shared a photo of her and husband, Marc Daly, the image of which had her stomach covered. The Real Housewives of Atlanta star later removed the image and instead replaced it by sharing inspirational quotes about motherhood and spirituality.

Now, Moore recently took to Instagram to shut down any speculation about the state of her marriage and her pregnancy.

“#FAKENEWS @bet @celebrity_insider_org @theinquisitr shame on you for constantly regurgitating the slanderous fake news from #radaronline,” Moore fired off on May 24. “Fake Husband, Fake Pregnancy, Fake Boyfriends, Fake Storyline, FIred, Fake Divorce. At least be effing original with your hateful lies. I’m used to you all making up stories to get clicks off my name but LEAVE MY FAMILY ALONE.”

She concluded the post with the hashtags, #thatsmrsdaly2you and #blacklove.

Kenya announced that she and husband, Marc Daly are expecting their first child together during Part 1 of The Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 10 reunion. She later revealed that she got pregnant via IVF treatment and shared details about her process.

“I  don’t have a horror story,” Moore told PEOPLE, earlier this month. “It’s weird because you hear other people’s troubles with the injections and the hormones. And for me, it was a pretty simple process,” she explains.

Moore opened up to the publication about her entire IVF experience, from self-administering her hormone shots to finding out she was, indeed, pregnant.

“You take the hormones to stimulate your ovaries, you go in for the procedure — obviously you’re being monitored every day to where they need to see how many [ovarian follicles] you have, how big they’re getting, when to extract,” she revealed how her IVF process was. “And then, obviously, the process when they grow to make sure they’re growing at a certain rate and reach a certain size.”

“After that, they’re ready to be implanted. You don’t go under any anesthesia for the process and it doesn’t hurt. You have to rest, which is always a great thing. To be quite honest, the thing that hurt the most was them sticking me with the IV when they had to extract the eggs because my veins are so tiny. But that’s the only thing that was uncomfortable. The rest of it wasn’t painful.”

Did the hormones affected her IVF process? “I don’t think so, but I guess you would have to ask people around me. I think I was okay. I think I felt a little emotional but I wasn’t going zero to 100 or anything like that. It just wasn’t as bad as I heard other people go through. The injections were fine, I got through that by myself, it was fine. I didn’t feel crazy, I didn’t feel like I was losing control or anything like that.”

Then, Moore revealed how she handled the injection process. “I thought I would be the worst person for the injections. Honestly, the first time I did it, I had to do it by myself. I imagined myself going to the clinic every day, having a nurse do it for me. Or hiring a nurse to come to my home to do it,” she told PEOPLE.

“I tried it the first time, and I’m unusually afraid of needles. I can’t look when my blood is drawn and I hyperventilate when I see a needle. I hate it. But these needles, they’re very small. And it didn’t hurt. And the first time I did it, it was okay. It wasn’t any big deal. I just felt blessed because I was stronger than I thought I would be.”

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