Kenya Moore and boyfriend Matt Jordan split after reported dispute
UPI News Service, 06/03/2016
Kenya Moore and boyfriend Matt Jordan have broken up and called it quits.
The 45-year-old "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star confirmed she and Jordan are on the outs after TMZ reported Thursday the couple had "a blowout argument" over Memorial Day weekend.
"Matt and I are having some issues but there is no question we have love for each other," Moore wrote on Instagram. "Respectfully, please allow me to go through my own process. We appreciate some privacy at this time."
Moore and Jordan were vacationing in Mexico when they allegedly got in "a huge dispute."
Sources said Jordan kicked down Moore's hotel room door after she locked herself in, and repeatedly called her a number of curse words.
"Love is never aggressive, hurtful, threatening, vindictive or accusatory, nor distrustful," Moore wrote in a since-deleted post. "Love is never a [expletive] or a [expletive]. Love is never demeaning or degrading. My love is real."
Jordan addressed the breakup on his own account, which he made private after news of the split broke. The personal trainer denied "infidelity or cheating" was ever a problem but admitted he and Moore had trust issues.
"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," he wrote. "Causing her to go inward emotionally."
"It causes me to feel untrusting in her because I did not feel like I had her full love and attention. I didn't realize that I created my own circumstances. It's crazy how life has a way of showing you your own flaws," Jordan added.
Moore and Jordan gave fans a glimpse into their relationship in "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" Season 8. The reality star joined the Bravo series in Season 5.
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