Kenya Moore’s Instagram Response To Haters As James Freeman’s Wife, Jaimi Gregory, Says They Met On ‘’

Kenya Moore has been called a “toxic t***k” by Vivica Fox, as reported by the Inquisitr. Fox pulled out her hateful words for Moore when Kenya posted a statement on Instagram saying that the man she met and fell in love with via Millionaire Matchmaker married another woman shortly after their episode aired.

On Wednesday, Kenya turned to Maya Angelou’s “Still, I Rise” poem on Instagram to answer her haters.

“You may write me down in history
With your bitter, twisted lies,
You may trod me in the very dirt
But still, like dust, I’ll rise.”

Jaimi Gregor, the wife of James Freeman, told Radar Online that Moore went on a few dates with James, and according to him, they only kissed. He reportedly realized Kenya wasn’t a good fit for him, but later says he heard from Kenya because she wanted to celebrate their great ratings. Kenya got mad at him and allegedly claimed he was hurting her brand. James said he was surprised later to see an engagement ring pop up on Kenya’s finger after he refused to meet Kenya in person.

“James was on Millionaire Matchmaker in September [2014] and I met him in December. We met on and three months later we were engaged. Then on Good Friday, April 3, 2015, we got married. We just knew right away that we were in love.”

Meanwhile, the pilot for the Life Twirls On show that Kenya starred in, and produced, is now live on YouTube. It was uploaded on May 8, and has grown to more that 50,000 views. The plot in the description of the pilot is reminiscent of what was shown on the Real Housewives of Atlanta.

“Three grown sisters who share the same last name of Brown, are suddenly forced to move in together after the most successful sister has a nervous breakdown from ending a 1-day marriage.”

Kenya’s Instagram page was set to private after the melee about her married boyfriend hit the press. Therefore, only those who were already following Moore on Instagram should be able to see her updates.

The tweets about Kenya continue to roll into Twitter by the second.

[Image via Instagram / TheKenyaMoore]