Kenya Moore is on the outs with her Real Housewives of Atlanta costar, Porsha Williams, over the former Miss USA’s husband — Marc Daly.
“Yeah, she wasn’t invited on the international trip,” Porsha Williams revealed to ET. “We are on a reality show. Everybody else on the show is obligated to open their family up to the world and open up our private lives. So, it’s not fair when somebody makes the decision to not bring their husband on the show.”
Show producers brought in Eva Marcille as a supporting cast member in Kenya’s absence on the cast trip to Barcelona.
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The newlywed’s decision to keep her husband’s identity private from RHOA cameras is not sitting well with Porsha, as she points out the transparency of others on the show.
“Cynthia went through a divorce on the show, I went through a divorce, I mean, people going through stuff in their real life on the show,” she adds. “Every single person on this show has dealt with their personal life on the show and exposed themselves and has been transparent. You’re not a team player if you’re on the show and not show your personal life, but still want to be here. It’s not being a team player.”
Kenya, 46, wed the Brooklyn restauranteur this June in St. Lucia. The cameras were not rolling at the time — and none of her cast mates were present to witness their vows.
As reported, RHOA producers are livid — because they pay Kenya a massive salary to share her authentic life with the viewers and her refusal to cooperate puts her peach in serious jeopardy.
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Avigail is an Entertainment blogger at All About The Tea, who specializes in The Real Housewives of Atlanta and The Real Housewives of Potomac. Avigail has a background in marketing. She’s a Brooklynite living in the Bahamas, with a passion for travel, writing, reality TV watching, pop culture and spoken word.