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Kenya Moore’s boyfriend defends her amid romance problems

Photo Credit: Instagram - @thekenyamoore
Photo Credit: Instagram – @thekenyamoore

Kenya Moore and her boyfriend Matt Jordan went from romantic bliss to relationship hell earlier this year, as they allegedly broke up and got back together again amid rumors of relationship drama between them. And although it looks like the couple is still working out the major kinks in their romance, reports have revealed that Jordan recently defended Moore against her online haters.

As previously reported, things between Moore and Jordan went south publicly back in June when Jordan hinted on Instagram that he and Moore had split up because of his insecurities.

“Looking back I blame myself totally. I learned very late in the relationship that a woman will not trust a man fully if he seems irresponsible or not up to standard in areas of a relationship. If she doesn’t feel like she can put trust in a man emotionally, spiritually, financially, etc… That will cause a woman to feel resentment and most of all untrusting in her man,” Jordan wrote.

Even Moore revealed that she and Jordan had a falling out.

“Matt and I are having some issues but there is no question we have love for each other. Respectfully, please allow me to go through my own process. We appreciate some privacy at this time,” Moore wrote online.

Well, despite their issues, the couple apparently reconciled and decided to stick it out, because they ended up posting pics of each other on their social media pages afterwards. However, it looks like their issues continue to follow them because Jordan recently made a post on Instagram in which he claimed that he paid a visit to Moore to work on their problems and discovered that Bravo cameras were waiting on him to film their personal drama.

“I know I wasn’t the best man all the time. I told myself I wasn’t going to leave LA but my queen asked me to come back, So we can celebrate my birthday and we can work out our relationship issues together. And I pull up to the crib the whole freaking production team cameras and microphones everywhere I think art some point we have to separate reality and reality TV,” Jordan wrote in the post on Instagram.

It didn’t take long for haters and non-fans of Moore to bombard her social media pages with negative comments.

However, Jordan decided to make another post on his Instagram page in which he defended Moore from her haters.

“Listen closely. I’m upset with my queen right now. Once again the message does not seem to be getting through too [sic] many of you. This in no way was open season on Kenya Moore, as I stated before I chose to use my platform to express my opinions. Before I am viewed in a different way on television. (Damage control). As I awoke this morning I see people calling her whores and a bunch of mean things. She made a mistake as we all have. Trust me if she had no real intention for me she could have turned her back a long time ago with the amount of mistakes that I have made. This lady has seriously saved my life atleast three times that I can count in the last two years. Things that right now I’m too embarrassed to even talk about but trust me this lady has jumped on grenades for my small life!!” Jordan wrote.

Well, it looks like these two still have a lot of issues to work through and it might be best if both of them stop discussing their relationship in public if they want to save it from the curse of reality TV.

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