Did Kenya More Just Confirm Her RHOA Firing On Instagram? Plus She Hints At Possible Spinoff With Husband Marc Daly

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Kenya Moore may have just confirmed the end of her role on The Real Housewives of Atlanta.

Following weeks of rumors and reports stating the longtime reality star was either fired or demoted from her full-time role on the Bravo TV reality series, Kenya shared a slideshow of her past moments on the show on Instagram as she addressed the ongoing reports and hinted at a future spinoff.

“FAKERHOANEWS. No one has EVER asked me to be a friend to show… Fact: I am THE housewife that has had THE highest rated episodes the past 3 seasons… even last year having missed 3 episodes,” Kenya wrote. “#Fact: the Barcelona Lineup didn’t work… ratings slipped. The fans have spoken. I’ve never been called boring. #Fact love me or hate me I may not be the ‘fan favorite’ (my sister @kandi is and well deserved) but thank you for being invested in my life and continuing to contribute to the success of #RHOA and my success in my career on all levels.”

According to Kenya, no matter what happens, her fans and followers will continue to see her life with husband Marc Daly as they prepare to welcome their first child later this year.

“Don’t worry #teamtwirl you will get to see #babytwirl and all that I’m experiencing as a new wife and mother-to-be one way or another,” she teased. “You will see my raw truth… the good the bad and the ugly one way or another. Fact# I am good effing TV! Fact# I will be a HW or nothing at all.”

“I don’t discuss business but know that I know my value,” she added.


In response to her post, Kenya received support from some of her castmates including Kandi Burruss.

Kandi wrote: “We have to see #babytwirl! & it is a fact that you are great tv!”

Several fans also weighed in on Kenya’s comments, some of whom are hoping she will no longer be featured on RHOA and others who hope to see her return.

“Being a new wife and a new mom isn’t interesting when you’re 50…maybe 20-30 years ago. You’re just an evil spirited old lady,” one person said.

“You have the most prominent storyline. Bravo better not be that stupid. Without Kenya… no show,” another noted. “Can y’all imagine how boring the show will be if she’s not there no more? I’ll definitely won’t be watching if you leave. I love you so much that l hope Bravo will give you a second chance and l believe God will work on your behalf trust in him Kenya.”

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