Hi, Hater! The Internet Is Trolling New Mom-To-Be Kenya Moore Over Her Latest Hair Care "Commercial"

The Internet Is Trolling Kenya Moore Over Her Latest Hair Care "Commercial"

Hi, Hater! The Internet Is Trolling New Mom-To-Be Kenya Moore Over Her Latest Hair Care "Commercial"

Kenya Moore's hair care has the Internet questioning if it's all real

Published April 11, 2018

ICYMI: Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore revealed on the reunion show that she will be welcoming a new bundle of joy in her life—a baby! 

Like other expectant celeb mommies (Masika Kalysha, Alexis Skyy and even Kylie Jenner), she's boosting her grind to ensure she has an empire to share with her new addition. 

According to the former Miss USA, people always ask her "Is that all your hair?" which she happily responds, "Yes, yes it is!"—and now, she wants to share her secret with you. 

Kenya has twirled her way into the beauty business with her own haircare line, Kenya Moore Hair Care. Check out her latest "commerical" that shows off her products "designed to grow your real hair longer, stronger and thicker in just one use."

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While many people were excited to get their hands on the products that will help them achieve "hair that’s worthy of a crown"—others started to question Kenya's promises.

"But what was she using before her line came out?" one Instagram commenter asked.

"All hair types? I did not see all hair types in the ad," another inquired.

"I’ll have to see scalp, honey," one quipped. 

"You are a gorgeous lady with beautiful hair, but I must be honest. I can use your products for the next 20 years—and it will never grow to look like that. I believe it has more to do with your genetics," someone else added. 

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However, despite the negative comments—a few fans come to her defense saying that the product line does work! 

"I have this whole product line and it definitely works!" someone wrote. Kenya even slid in the comments section asking to see before and after of her results. Perhaps the proof is in the pudding? 

If you have $113 to spare, you can try Kenya's luxury set, which includes all six products including a shampoo, conditioner, mask, serum, hair vitamins and edge stimulator. 

What are we thinking, BET fam—will you give the future mommy a shot in the hair care biz? Drop a line in the comments.

Written by BET Staff

(Photo: Charles Sykes/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)


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