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Matt Jordan Speaks Out On Kenya Moore Painting Him As A Bad Guy For "RHOA"

Matt Jordan Speaks Out On Kenya Moore Painting Him As A Bad Guy For "RHOA"

Matt Jordan has been a focal point of Kenya Moore's storyline this season on "Real Housewives of Atlanta" and was shown in the latest episode hitting a man as he attempted to approach Kenya outside of a club. 

The episode that aired on Sunday night did make Matt appear to be aggressive and rather unstable as Moore had previously claimed. 

Jordan is now speaking out about the episode in the comments section of a recent photo he posted on Instagram. 

Jamaica Queens checking in. If there's any body I want to see win it's this brother right here >>>@positiveanyc <<<Go check out my cousins music! We're bringing that NY thing back. Stay up, most of all stay positive! #jamaicaqueens #nyc #positivevibesonly #music #mattjordan #positiveanyc

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One viewer believed that Kenya was playing up the drama in their relationship for a good storyline and ratings. 

The commenter, bosschixatl, said of the most recent drama, "All done for ratings. Plus reality TV will put only certain things on, so you never see everything. Unfortunately… it sad that everyone only sees what they want us to see and it’s obvious that if there was no Matt.. there be no story line for Kenya this season. Prayers going up though."

Jordan responded to her comment, although he didn't go into any details. He wrote, "Hummmmm. My boo @bosschixatl may have a point….checking in on yall!!! Shooter on deck."

Jordan previously defended himself on social media after Kenya painted him as an abusive boyfriend. Moore had claimed that Jordan destroy her garage and Range Rover after an argument.

"'Please stop lying," Jordan wrote alongside a photo collage of several men with Moore. "The whole abusive boyfriend thin. I’ll let it play out even though I was totally against the whole idea in the first place."

In another post, Jordan claims that he was never paid by Bravo or Kenya for appearing on the reality show. He also claimed that some of his actions were totally staged for the show. 

"Sorry to inform you I have never received a dime from that show," Jordan wrote. "Nor has Kenya paid me like she said she would for the whole broken window thing she manufactured. Bravo/RHOA replaced the window. Why the heck would someone do such a thing?? Hummmm."

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