Kenya Moore gets dragged for showing off her baby bump at the gym
She has shut down rumors claiming she’s faking her pregnancy by recently posting photos proving otherwise. And now the reality star is gaining new flak for allegedly endangering her baby.
Kenya Moore has been flaunting her baby bump lately, proof that she’s indeed pregnant, contrary to what many believe is just a publicity stunt. But Kenya can’t seem to please her followers who are now finding fault in the latest photo she posted.
Proudly revealing how she keeps fit while caring for her unborn child she shares with her husband Marc Daly, the 47-year-old posted a couple of photos while she’s exercising on an elliptical machine. She told her followers shat she was “trying to stay fit for baby” in her caption while promoting her stretch workout pants which she described as “soft and comfy” allowing her to pull them up and roll them down when she feels too hot. She adds,
“Also I never [have] butt crack!"
With her bump still appearing small in her photos, she drew more attention to her activity which some commenters believed was posing a big risk to her pregnancy especially after she had difficulties conceiving at her ripe age. One follower wrote,
"Girl [you] better chill out and be careful with all that exercising... you barely [could] get pregnant [with] high risk at your age... [You] barely got that baby."
Others requested her not to exercise while pregnant with one fan saying,
"Please take it easy, you can always exercise after."
Fans’ opinions aside, Kenya should be allowed to exercise as most active pregnant women do. It’s safe to assume she cleared her workout with her OB/GYN before engaging in it, being the last person to put her pregnancy in harm’s way.
Kenya’s latest photos comes in the heels of her other recent posts seemingly shutting down rumors of her fake pregnancy. She debuted her bump on her Instagram while attending the 2018 Atlanta Ultimate Women’s Expo last weekend donning a red-striped body-con dress.
She also shared a clip from her ultrasound days later describing her emotions upon hearing her baby’s heartbeat for the first time.
“My heart is overwhelmed by all the kindness and well wishes many of you have sent our family. I felt compelled to share this video of one of our early ultrasounds when I saw my baby’s heart beating for the first time. I cried like a baby myself! I couldn’t believe this miracle was growing inside me. And its heart was beating so fast!”
The 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' star also denied the baby was going to be a girl when her doctor referred to it as “Barbie” saying it was too early to know the gender.
“Even though my doctor says "Barbie" she meant to say baby. It was too early to tell the gender. *** Again, thank you for the love, prayers, and hope.”
Kenya has admitted to undergoing fertility treatments in order to conceive and now that she’s actually pregnant, she couldn’t be happier.