Drug Bombshell! Kenya Moore’s Ex Matt Jordan Makes SHOCKING Cocaine Confession About The ‘RHOA’ Star

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Feb. 13 2017, Updated 3:45 p.m. ET

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Real Housewives Of Atlanta’s Kenya Moore & Matt Jordan’s tumultuous relationship may be over (for now), but there's still some tea to dish!

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In a now-deleted Instagram post, Matt captioned a photo of another woman, “I’m staring at you from afar wondering about you… like where you from and who you are. Cuz you a star not the kind that snort them white lines but the kind of light the nighttime. #goal.”

Fans quickly speculated that Matt was hinting that Kenya used cocaine. However, Matt exclusively revealed to the truth behind his cryptic post.

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“God no it wasn’t about Kenya,” he explained to Radar. “No emphatically no. Just rap lyrics.”

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As OK! readers know, Kenya and Matt split in November after the trainer vandalized the RHOA star’s home.

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“Miss Moore requested I do that and certain things to build her storyline,” Matt later told Radar. “I never broke anything that wasn’t already planned to happen. It was agreed upon prior to it. It was per her decision to boost her storyline on the show.”

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