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Kenya Moore must have run out of in store credit at Rent-a-Man cause rumor has it that she and Matt have called it quits.

It didn’t take long and clearly RHOA is about to start filming because this sounds like a storyline.

Sources told TMZ that the couple broke up after an argument took place during their vacation this past weekend. The two headed to Mexico and left separated. It must be something in the water in Mexico. I guess they left just in time to bury their dead relationship on Memorial Day.

Check this out.

…according to sources close to the couple, they got into a huge dispute. We’re told Kenya locked herself in their hotel room, but Matt got mad and “kicked the door in and broke it.”

When he got in, the argument got more heated — he repeatedly called her “bitch” and “c***” … according to our sources.

We’re told they actually flew back to Atlanta on the same flight, but Kenya changed their seats. Once they landed, Matt grabbed her luggage … and to avoid a scene, Kenya went back to her place in a separate car from Matt. But things blew up again when he showed up to her house and dumped her bag on the driveway, and that was it. via- TMZ

I don’t see it. Matt does come off as rough but I just can’t see him going in on Kenya like this. Calling her b*tch and a c*nt? Chile what black man uses the word c*nt? Dumping her clothes out of her luggage in front of her house. Doesn’t sound right.

Until Kenya comes out and tells us what happened I don’t believe it. Then again she can be lying for a storyline for season 9 of RHOA.

Kenya has deleted all pictures of Matt and he has locked his Instagram up. He posted this to Instagram.



Do you believe they broke up or did Kenya run out of in store credit?





  1. Sherry

    June 2, 2016 at 3:56 pm

    So we are supposed to believe that she let Matt get away from the airport with her luggage without trying to stop him? No ma’am. Not today.

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      Justin J

      June 2, 2016 at 4:32 pm

      Not today not next season! Nope!

  2. Lynette

    June 2, 2016 at 3:58 pm

    I don’t believe it, not for a second.

  3. Lucious Lady

    June 2, 2016 at 5:10 pm

    Chile nene back in the picture so kenya need something to stay relevant…. #teamranoutofstorecredit

  4. Brownbronxbaby

    June 2, 2016 at 5:42 pm

    Kenya Moist Needs 2 Hook Up w/Scrap Maxi Dry Sclerosis Face from L&HHPA & have some Dry B/Story Lines ??! I’m saying!

  5. Barbie Blaze

    June 3, 2016 at 2:17 am

    Kenya Moore at one time was considered royalty. She is beautiful and smart and funny. Some where under the rainbow her career derailed and she became this thirsty person. I feel she should really quit Real House wives its doing her no favors. It makes her look a fool,it makes her look a complete mess. No one in any industry would touch her ever with the reputation she has. No more endorsement deals. She used to do pantene commercials and other products. However they are nonexistent now. I believe she is doing this all for the paycheck. That is really sad that she would stoop to the level of traducing her self. I pray for a better day and that the lord sees fit to cloth her in her right mind. Cause this is completely luda..cris and I don’t mean the rapper.

  6. Minverva

    June 3, 2016 at 4:40 pm

    I don’t like Kenya very much, but it bothers me how everyone is quick to jump on her and blame her whenever things pop off, especially things involving men and physical situations. I lowkey think it encourages these men to feel like they can get buck with Kenya in particular and get away with it. No one will look at them twice. Scares me.

    Walter was a rent-a-date though.

  7. Minverva

    June 3, 2016 at 4:55 pm

    And one more thing. If this is true, he sounds like that obsessive lock-you-in-the-basement type. I hope Kenya doesn’t find his little Twitter post sweet and think she should take him back. You know some girls are silly.


    June 4, 2016 at 11:33 pm

    I honestly think that Kenya is desperate. The first man(can’t recall his name)was quite handsome but she was trying to push that brotha in a corner and he kept bobbing&weaving out of it until finally he simply called it quits. Kenya is a real good actress fo sho who is very calculating and conniving at best. Nothing good is going to come to her until she takes ownership in her own mess and be sincere. She can’t keep throwing shade without receiving some back. Folks have seen her true colors. Crayola needs to add 2 new colors to the box, call them FAKE and PHONY.✌

  9. Myra

    June 5, 2016 at 4:48 am

    So all of this happened and she didn’t call the police. Thats the part i don’t get. Her thirst for attention wouldn’t allow an opportunity like this to pass her by. By no means am i excusing domestic violence of any kind, but she wants us to believe he kicked a door down at a hotel and the hotel didn’t even press charges. That at least would have made the blogs i think.

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