You didn’t think the former Miss USA herself was going down without a fight in the current battle brewing between her and her TV flame Walter Jackson.
Jackson this week aired the truth behind he and Kenya’s romance, claiming on a local Atlanta radio station that it was a “fake relationship” designed by Kenya just for TV.
Moore released an official statement denying the claim, it reads:
“The truth is and has always been that I want to be in a loving, honest, long-term relationship with someone who genuinely loves me for me — Walter’s recent statements are completely false. I am embarrassed that I allowed a deceitful and hateful person in my life. ”
She goes on to explain how hurt she is over the situation, writing:
“He says he ‘did it for fame.’ I’ve been humiliated enough by appearing desperate for a man to marry me who now admits he had his own agenda. I urge viewers to stay tuned because the truth will come to light. I am moving on from this situation and hope he can as well with respect and dignity going forward.”
The 45-year-old reality star ends with one final punch, writing, “I can do better than Walter, and I will.”
Jackson owns a tow truck company so one can’t doubt that “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” was a perfect vehicle for free promotion but this “official statement” is sounding like a clean-up job from “Bravo” executives who do not want viewers to think the “Real” in housewives is a fake itself.
Who do you think is telling the truth?