Kendra Wilkinson Tells Doubters to Kiss Her Ass

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Kendra Wilkinson: Is she faking it with Hank Baskett?

Back in 2014, when the scandal broke about Hank Baskett cheating on Kendra Wilkinson, everyone was sure the relationship was doomed. Then the couple went on a reality show, and now everything seems to be fine.

Some people aren't buying it. Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino is one of those people.

"We know the type of girl that Kendra is," Sorrentino said recently. "If that story was real, she would've punched him in the motherf---ing face right in front of us."

It's statements like these that anger Kendra Wilkinson, who insists things are now better than ever between her and Baskett. After Sorrentino's statements went out wide, Wilkinson took to her Instagram page to defend her marriage. She posted a picture of her and Hank Baskett with the caption:

"This is the love of my life...A true man. I believe in forgiveness and I believe in him. I take my vows very serious and won't let people's beliefs get in my way of what I know. Everyone that truly knows @hank_baskett knows the truth and everyone who doesn't creates their own ideas n that's ok but don't F--K with me and what I love and stand for. Love the support but all the other 2 cents can kiss my ass."

Back in May, Wilkinson told Us Magazine, "Our marriage is amazing right now. We are working on it every single day. It's a lot of work, 24/7, but we're both willing to put that time in and really stick it through. We're both in it for the long run, and we both have goals, and they're both the same."

Kendra Wilkinson has said that she and Hank Baskett see the Marriage Boot Camp show as a kind of therapy for their marriage, and that it has worked.

"We decided to do the show because at the time we were going through a huge marital crisis that needed to be dealt with. We were seeking therapy, but we would go home and we would have to take care of two young kids, and the focus would go back on them and never about us. So when this opportunity came to get away for two weeks, with no kids, no distractions, that is exactly what we needed at that time."

She continued: "I mean, what we were dealing with was a life-threatening crisis, a marital crisis. Yes, it was a very dangerous decision to make, to solve our problems on TV, but I'm a person that doesn't give a s--t what anybody says, so I was honestly seeking the help...Most people would be like, 'Why would you do that in front of people?' I don't look at it like that. Everybody might call it a show, but I call it therapy."

"Forgiveness, I learned, is about unity," she said. "Marriage Boot Camp has made me an extremely strong person — a stronger person than I've ever been in my life."

Mike Tuttle
Writer. Google+ Writer for WebProNews.