Kenya Moore Of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” Is An Actual Wife Now 

June 15, 2017 / Posted by:

Tamara Tattles said the other day that Kenya Moore of The Real HouseMesses of Atlanta got married in St. Lucia over the weekend to a mystery dude. TT also posted pictures on her site from Kenya’s wedding and the groom looks like a real-life human being who actually exists and not only in her imagination. And no, it doesn’t look like the man in the picture is holding an iPad so that Kenya can marry her real groom, Apollo Nida, via Skype from his prison cell.

If you’re thinking that Kenya’s new husband is an actor who answered a Craigslist ad looking for a man to play the role of “the groom” in a reality TV show, People says that’s not the case. Kenya tells People that her new husband is a business man she met a year ago and started dating a few months later. Mr. Kenya Moore wants to stay out of the spotlight for now and doesn’t want the media to know his real name. It also seems like he’s not going to shoot any scenes for the new season of RHoA, which NeNe Leakes will be in. Kenya spilled out these words about her first marriage:

“I’m just ecstatic. This man is the love of my life and I’m so happy to begin our lives together as husband and wife.”

On last season of RHoA, those of us who watch that mess witnessed Kenya’s relationship with that angry pillar of muscles Matt Jordan fall faster than a drunk trick trying to walk down the driveway of Moore Manor.

At first I didn’t think it was actually possible for Kenya to get married without Bravo’s cameras around, but I thought about it for a second. Kenya is a genius. By keeping her new dude’s identity a secret, she can milk the “mysterious husband” thing for at least a season and a half. But it is a shame that Bravo’s cameras weren’t there. We all would’ve felt a wave of warmness fill our chests as Kenya looked into the eyes of her man and said, “And I promise to love and cherish you until Bravo tells me I’m in danger of being fired and I have to divorce your ass for a new storyline.”

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