Is Kim Fields’ husband Christopher Morgan gay? Previously on Real Housewives Of Atlanta, cast member Kenya Moore said that Fields’ husband’s nickname in the industry is “Chrissy” and that he is actually gay. Fields was understandably upset when this was brought to her attention as she is married to her man and the couple shares two children together. So, as far as Fields and her family is concerned, her man is completely straight.
Recently, Moore has put blame on Phaedra Parks discussing Fields’ husband’s sexuality on the show. Moore wrote in her blog:
I find it crazy that some viewers believe I started the discussion about Kim’s husband. WRONG. It was Phaedra. Phaedra stated he ‘was zesty’ and ‘had a fire in his pants.’ From there, each girl clearly stated that they saw questionable behavior from him (with the exception of Cynthia).
Moore also said that rumors about Morgan’s sexuality have been around for years. Moore wrote:
Collectively, we all saw signs of his dual personality which prompted the discussion about him at all and hence the prevalent gay rumors pre-dating the show. The gay rumors have been around for over 10 years. Anyone can google it — no one made them up. They exist for a reason true or not. Therefore, for me to mention the gay rumors were completely justified within the conversation.
As far as Moore is concerned, it looks like she thinks Fields has married her “gay best friend,” stating that:
I could not care less if a man married to another woman is gay or straight — that’s between two consenting adults … Many women marry their best friends who are often gay, and it works for them.
In past seasons of the show, Moore appeared with Walter Jackson, who is an “ex” of Moore’s, on the show. She later implied that Jackson was actually gay. Jackson denied these allegations. Meanwhile, Jackson alleged that their “relationship” was purely faked for the show.
So, is there truth to the gay rumors about Morgan or does Moore seem to have a habit of calling her men-emies gay?
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