When it comes to drama, messiness and consistent eye-roll inducing moments of fuckery, nobody serves it better than former Miss USA (please don’t call her Miss America unless you want a lesson nobody asked for) Kenya Moore of Bravo’s Real Housewives of Atlanta. During her time on the show, she has engaged in arguments, accusations, whining and a multitude of other antics that may have one believe that she’s really a gigantic 11-year-old girl playing grown up in her mother’s discarded wigs and titty dresses. But alas, no. She’s a 47-year-old reality star whose life is just as tumultuous off-screen as it is while she’s twirling for the cameras.
Kenya began dating personal trainer Matt Jordan a few seasons back and everything seemed to be going well for about three seconds before Matt decided to bring a basket of his own crazy to the party. During the current season of RHOA, Matt and Kenya fight, cry, scream and break shit to the point where Kenya was looking around for show creator Andy Cohen to yell “CUT!” until she realized none of this shit was in the script. Ultimately, the two of them parted ways; however that wasn’t the end of their storyline.
US Weekly reports that Crazy Hot Matt would become the most annoying of telemarketers by allegedly calling Kenya’s phone upwards of 30 times a day, even after she blocked his number. Kenya also alleges that Matt would say cryptic and threatening things to her as well. Ultimately, the drama between the two of them became so intense that Kenya filed for a restraining order and on March 31st, she was granted a temporary one.
As a result, the reality star requested that the trainer stay 200 yards away from her and her home, and stop calling and harassing her. The Fulton County Court granted the temporary restraining order request.
And although Kenya is usually coo-coo for Cocoa Puffs most of the time, she had this to say in regards to what she’s been through:
“If a man is capable of damaging your property, calling you out of your name, threatening you, tells you that you will die unhappy and alone — but in the same breath begs you to stay with him — RUN,” she continued. “I pray that other women take away that reprehensible behavior from a man is never acceptable. There is no excuse for abuse.”
Normally, whenever something bad happens to Kenya, I either laugh at her misfortune or do a praise dance while shouting “Won’t He Do It?!,” but I have seen how stressful this has been for both parties and hope that the two of them can move on far, far away from each other and resolve this drama without Andy’s leprechaun looking ass following them around with cameras and microphones.