49-year-old Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore continues to battle reports that she is faking her pregnancy by posting an ultrasound video reportedly recorded earlier in her pregnancy in which she hears her baby’s heartbeat for the first time.
“My heart is overwhelmed by all the kindness and well wishes many of you have sent our family,” Kenya captioned the emotional clip above. She continued:
I felt compelled to share this video of one of our early ultrasounds when I saw my baby’s heart beating for the first time. I cried like a baby myself! I couldn’t believe this miracle was growing inside me. And its heart was beating so fast! *** Even though my doctor says “Barbie” she meant to say baby ?. It was too early to tell the gender. *** Again, thank you for the love, prayers, and hope.
#thankyouJehovahgod #babytwirl #nevergiveup #yougotnext #dreams #love #family #life #IVF #mytime #myjourney #motherhood
The ultrasound was taken at Innovative Women’s Healthcare Solutions, and in part of the clip you can clearly see the name “MOORE” in the upper left hand corner:
I’m wanting all the fake pregnancy rumors to stop almost as much as Kenya, but I have to confess that ONCE AGAIN she has left the conspiracy theorists plenty to work with by what she chose not to show. I’m trying to recall the last time I saw a video of a celebrity having an ultrasound done that did not include the pregnant celebrity in the video? If this is a surrogate, then the video still makes total sense — right? Well, aside from the name “MOORE,” but I’m guessing that could have been requested by Kenya knowing she was filming the scene.
Whether or not Kenya herself is actually pregnant, I think she is clearly trolling all of us — perhaps even playing up the fake pregnancy angle to garner posts like this one. It’s just SOOOOO easy to ACTUALLY show that you are pregnant, and also SOOOOO easy to announce you’re pregnant without being so odd about it. Just a brief video of her bare baby bump that included Kenya’s face and voice is all it would take.
If Kenya is indeed pregnant, and she is indeed just twirling up the rumor mill for publicity, then all I can say is… Well played, Kenya. Well played indeed.
I’m going to predict the next bit of trolling “proof” will be a photo or video of a bare baby bump without Kenya’s face. And if that happens, we will be sure to play the part of trollee and share it with you!
Asa Hawks is a writer and editor for Starcasm.