Exposed: Kenya's Desperate Plot To Bait NeNe In Order To Get Back On ‘RHOA’
Kenya Moore hatched a desperate plan to get back on The Real Housewives of Atlanta by using NeNe Leakes — and RadarOnline.com has the inside secrets of her foiled plot!
“Kenya was trying to bait NeNe so she could get some camera time on ‘RHOA,’” an insider told Radar, adding, “Not going to happen!”
As Radar reported, Bravo fired Moore, 47, after she refused to share her secret marriage on the network’s highest rated show in the Housewives franchise.
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“Last season was a nightmare,” the source noted. “They never want her back.”
Now pregnant, Moore has been trying every trick in the book to get back on the show and RHOA OG Leakes, 50, shut her down on Twitter.
“For those asking, i was definitely being sarcastic the other day but my well wishes were pure & from the heart! Bravo, Andy nor myself should be blamed 4 some1 wanting 2 b on a reality show & NOT show their reality! They choose NOT 2 let u in their life now flipping it #facts,” Leakes Tweeted on Oct. 23.
Leakes continued: “There are things people ask for in life like marriage & pregnancy! My hubby didn’t ask for cancer! He’s my priority at the moment and rightly so! With that said, i still have 2 work & i still care for those in my life ”
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“Everything NeNe wrote is true,” the source said.
Moore was making a last-ditch effort to get her pregnancy on television, but Bravo thwarted her plan to switch networks.
Said the source, “She told WEtv that Bravo cast her as a villain. NO. She cast herself that way.”
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“She approached WEtv but Kenya is still under a Bravo contract until May 2019, well after her baby will be born,” the insider explained.
“Bravo sent her attorney a copy of her signed contract dated 4/2012 and her amended one from 6/2014 with a ‘friendly reminder’ to follow all the terms or face ‘penalties,’” the source said.
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