AceShowbiz - Marc Daly landed in hot water over his way of treating wife Kenya Moore. Many people deemed the businessman "rude" following the latest episode of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" which aired on Monday, November 18.
Despite being married, the couple apparently didn't get to spend much time together because Marc works outside the state. He only visited her and their daughter Brooklyn Doris Daly every 7-10 days.
Further making it worse for the TV star, everytime Marc came, his focus was mainly on Brooklyn and he barely cared about their relationship. In addition, the new mom claimed that he wanted their baby sleeping with them every night.
As Kenya was seen struggling to find a balance in her life, things got worse when criticized Kenya for not having food in the kitchen for breakfast. When he was asked to move his restaurant to Atlanta, Marc dodged the question and further avoided answering any of her questions about the future.
Viewers were unsurprisingly not having any of his cold behavior towards Kenya. "If Marc Daly don't just tell this woman he don't love her ASAP I'll snap #RHOA wth is kenya doing with him??" one angered fan said. "What a complete a**hole that Marc Daly's was on the show. Who the f**k treat #KenyaMoore like that," another one added.
Meanwhile, another person thought Marc hated Kenya. "Does this dude #marcdaly hate his wife? She's trying and he's rude as hell! #rhoa," wrote the fan. "Something isn't authentic about Mr. Marc Daly. I wish he would pull it together for the baby, work out their differences. We need the black family to stay together Marc. #RHOA," one person tweeted.
Unfortunately, it seemed like Kenya and Marc failed to work their marriage out. The pair, who got married in June 2017, announced their split on September 19, saying in a statement, "It is with profound sadness that I regret to inform my fans that I am divorcing my husband Marc Daly. Due to recent and ongoing circumstances, I can no longer continue in the marriage. My sole concern and focus is and will always be my daughter, Brooklyn, my miracle baby. She was made in love and true commitment. I ask for our privacy to be respected moving forward."