March 14, 2014

Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 2: Kenya Moore Has Fake Boyfriend on RHOA?

Kenya Moore arrives at the BET Awards at the Nokia Theatre on Sunday, June 30, 2013, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

Kenya Moore is stretching reality television to the limit by hiring fake boyfriends and not even living in Atlanta anymore, a new report says.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta (RHOA) star claims on the Bravo show that she is dating an “African prince,” but no one has seen him on the show or in real life.

The Daily Mail reports that the most likely candidate is Nigerian pop star D’Banj. Moore is accused of drawing up an agreement with the singer, saying she’ll pay him $40,000 if he poses as her boyfriend to provide an interesting storyline for the upcoming reunion show.

And Walter Jackson, who claims that he was asked by Moore to pose as her “love interest” in the first season, says that Moore actually has very little money despite driving around luxury vehicles.

Jackson claims that Moore doesn’t even live in Atlanta anymore.

“Kenya’s a great actress, you have to give her that,” Jackson told the Mail.

The charade blew up when Jackson found out on camera that she was telling fellow RHOA stars that she and him were going to get married and have children.

“She’s very good entertainment and the viewers want to tune in and watch what she’s going to do or say next, but nothing you see is real, I mean come on, does anyone actually believe what she says anymore? It’s been almost two years on the show now, people must know what she’s like. She talks about an African boyfriend, but nobody on the set or in the cast says they have ever seen him. I am still close friends with a lot of the stars on the show and it has become a bit of a joke, no one believes he is actually real.”

Moore and D’Banj have on social media websites laughed about their alleged financial arrangement.

“Hey @iamdbanj I would have paid u at least $40,000.99! Lol these ppl are so crazy,” she said last month via Twitter.

He replied: “C’mon baby,u know it won’t cost you a thing,I’m from a land flowing with Oil and honey and u are an angel I would do gladly do it FOC lol!!!.”

George Zimmerman has not been found dead after killing himself accidentally, but a viral fake news report is saying that he’s dead

George Zimmerman, acquitted in the high-profile killing of unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin, listens in court, in Sanford, Fla., during his hearing on charges including aggravated assault stemming from a fight with his girlfriend. The charges were later dropped. (AP Photo/Orlando Sentinel, Joe Burbank, Pool, File)


George Zimmerman has not been found dead after killing himself accidentally, but a viral fake news report is saying that he’s dead.

Cream Bmp Daily, a satire website that publishes only fake news, said Zimmerman was found dead.

“911 first responders found George Zimmerman’s lifeless body at a Florida gun range after responding to an emergency call that he shot himself while loading his weapon,” the hoax reads. “An Orlando sheriff admits he doesn’t plan to fully investigate for foul play as they don’t want to waste tax money on a death that was going to happen one way or another,” the article continues.

Cream Bmp has a disclaimer saying it’s “satire.”

“ Written by comedian CREAM. This website is comprised of satire and parody of current news and urban culture. For entertainment purposes only,” the disclaimer reads.

The article about Zimmerman had thousands of shares on Facebook as of Tuesday. Some users on the social media websites apparently believed the story about his death.

“George Zimmerman accidentally shot himself dead.? Lmao,” one person said on Twitter, attributing the fake death to “karma.”

“So George Zimmerman was found dead,” wrote one user. Another shot back on Twitter: “Somebody lied to you.”

Zimmerman over the weekend appeared at a gun show in Orlando and signed autographs, TMZ reported.

Several weeks ago, the 30-year-old former neighborhood watch volunteer said that he’s homeless and suffering from PTSD, according to an interview he gave with Spanish-language broadcaster Univision.

Zimmerman was acquitted in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin last year, which sparked outrage.

“He (Martin) saw my gun and told me he would kill me, and I knew he was telling the truth. I mean, was not playing,” he said, according to Univision. ”I asked him to stop …. And the young man did not care. Continued attacking … I knew he would not stop even though I knew that someone had seen (the fight) and the police are coming. He did not care.”

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