The Real Housewives of Atlanta star, Kim Fields' husband, Christopher Morgan isn't playing nice when it comes to Kenya Moore because he's sick of the the gay rumors she seems to be spreading while on the show. MStars News has learned that the father-of-two is blasting Ms. Moore for speaking badly about him and his family.
During a chat with E! News, Morgan said that Moore's words were all lies. "It's interesting. When someone spreads lies about you, you can either go at them in a defensive manner and be seen as defensive, or you can just let a lie be a lie."
Clearing the air, Morgan said that he had to come forth and set the record straight about the names Moore had given him during the cast trip to Jamaica. Morgan felt that it was important to speak up because the world was watching the show.
"I felt immediately it was going to be important for me, at some time, to set the record straight that she had fabricated the entire conversation. There is no one in the industry that calls me anything other than my name, especially to my face."
Morgan also claimed that he wasn't with his wife in the span Moore seemed to be talking about. "Kimmy and I weren't together in the Living Single days. So, she had to stretch pretty far to get that."
If you were watching that episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Moore claimed that she heard about Morgan's gay rumors when she guess-starred on Fields' sitcom, Living Single, which aired from 1993 until 1998.
At that time, Fields was married to film producer, Johnathon Freeman. Morgan and Fields got married in 2007.
Shocking, Morgan said that he could actually become friends with Moore after she apologized for the rumors she was spreading. "She's apologized. She's apologized quite publicly. Maybe there's some room down the road for us to actually be friends. Right now, not at all. We'll see."
MStars News previously reported that Moore claimed that Field's husband was gay and said that he has gained the nicknames of "fruity" and "Chrissy."© 2017 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.