‘RHOA’ News: Kenya Moore’s Return Doesn’t Seem to Be Happening

Things are really shaking up on the upcoming season of The Real Housewives of Atlanta. It sounds like they have finalized the cast for next season and things aren’t looking good for Kenya Moore. Tamara Tattles was able to get the latest scoop.

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Kenya is moving on from Real Housewives of Atlanta

As of right now, all signs are pointing to the fact that Kenya Moore probably won’t be coming back. This surprises a lot of fans, but it looks like she is going to be moving on. This is coming out after news came out yesterday that Phaedra Parks actually got her peach back and will be a full-time housewife on the show.

According to Tamara Tattles, Kenya Moore only wanted to be on the show if she was given a full-time slot and nothing less than that was going to make her happy. Production has been really mad at her ever since she eloped. Kenya didn’t let them film the wedding, which would have been great for ratings.

What is RHOA Kenya up to now?

Everyone knows that Kenya Moore’s pregnancy was something that the viewers wanted to see. The fact that this isn’t going to air is upsetting to some.  She is living the good life with her hubby and her baby now. It just looks like reality television won’t be part of it. It sounds like Kenya could have stood a chance at staying on as a friend. For her, it was full-time or nothing at all. You never know if things might change up before the season starts filming or during filming if things are boring.

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Mandy Robinson

Reality TV is my first love when it comes to writing. I am addicted to everything from "The Bachelor" to "Counting On." I grew up watching "General Hospital" with my mom and once I started working from home found a love for it again and can't miss an episode. I have been freelance writing for ten years and I am thrilled to join the team at Soap Dirt!