‘RHOATL’: Has Kenya Moore Finally Broken Up With Her Man Walter?

Kenya Moore in "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" (Photo by: Alex Martinez/Bravo)

There was love, glam babies, and joyful celebration on Sunday night’s “Real Housewives of Atlanta,” but all of that kumbaya — or in NeNe Leakes’ language, bloop! bloop! — went down south when Kenya and Walter found their way onto the camera.

The dysfunctional couple went fishing to spend some time together, but it seemed that the fish were too scared to come out knowing there were two crazy piranhas nearby chewing each other out.

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Although Kenya pushed to have a constructive and honest convo with Mr. Aloof about the state of their dilapidated relationship, Walter kept brushing her questions off and wouldn’t give her the time of day.

“Why do you keep treating me like s–t? Are you even attracted to me?!” asked Kenya.

For the next five minutes, Walter responded with sarcasm…(and his gum chewing didn’t help him look like less of a jerk, either). Finally, he admitted he was ticked off about Kenya’s marry-me-in-Anguilla stunt, which left him feeling stressed out and annoyed. Still, he continued chewing his gum and ignoring her questions.

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Fed up with him not wanting to resolve their zillion issues, Kenya stomped off with her fishing pole.

“You didn’t even catch a fish,” Walter yelled over to her, obviously not caring if she left or stayed.

“I haven’t caught a fish in a long time,” Kenya said angrily, looking straight ahead.

To break this down in the simplest terms, the way I see the dynamics of their relationship: Kenya is a convenient bootie call for Walter, and Walter is a convenient sperm donor for Kenya.

Can these two just end their loveless relationship already so they can put themselves out of their misery…and ours?

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