Kenya Moore Unsure If She’ll Return To RHOA Next Season; Porsha Dropping New Single

February 20, 2014  |  

When she’s not bickering with the other ladies of RHOA, or dealing with claims that she didn’t provide charitable donations to Saving Our Daughters like she claimed (she has since provided receipts and messages proving her claims), Kenya Moore is out here doing media rounds, dissing her co-stars and playing the victim role. In a recent interview with OK! Magazine ( found via Radar Online), Moore said that she’s on the fence about whether or not she will return for the seventh season of Real Housewives of Atlanta, because she’s a little tired of being the ladies punching bag and not having their support even when she does nothing wrong (i.e., the Pillow Talk drama).

“If Bravo asked me to come back, I’d have to really think about it. Right at this moment, it’s a very tough question.

I don’t want you to take that the wrong way, because I’m nobody’s victim and never will be. But at some point you want people to put aside their differences and back you up because it’s the right thing to do.”

As for what part she can play in making things easier on herself (like ceasing from putting other people’s business on blast, stop being inconsiderate of OTHER people’s feelings and mean with her words from time to time), Moore says that she is who she is and she’s not changing for the ladies, or a reality TV check:

“I will never shrink in the presence of anyone.

If that is what they would like me to do so they can feel more comfortable around me, it will never happen. You have to just be you and never shrink who you are for anybody.”

We all know that Kenya will be back next season with bells on, otherwise she wouldn’t be working so hard this season to take NeNe’s spot.

On the other side of the fence, you know Porsha Williams wants to come back to the show (though rumors swirled last year that producers aren’t sure about bringing her back), because she has a singing career to promote! On a new blog on the Bravo website, Williams talked about her nerve-racking audition for Kandi’s play, A Mother’s Love, and her pursuit of a singing career now that she’s done with Kordell, who used to stifle such dreams:

I can’t begin to tell you how excited I was finding out I got the part in Kandi’s play “A Mother’s Love.” The journey to the audition was long and hard. I’ll give you a little background. I started singing when I was younger in church, took some time off, then came back and sang as an adult on my church praise team. S/O High Praise! As time moved along I started singing demo tracks for various producers and studios. I ended up getting married and ended up losing my support system that wanted to help push me into the music industry towards my musical dreams. Well long story short, now I’m on my own and ready to follow my dream!

I have always wanted to be a performer, but I have also always dealt with fear…At Kandi’s audition I tried not to think about it too much. I knew I had naysayers, but I also knew Kandi believed in me, which was very encouraging! I have to say I thank the haters that motivate me and push me to be my best.

I also wanted to let you know that currently I’ve finished a single that means a lot to me. The single is called “Flatline” with producer Chris “Traxx” Rogers. This song speaks from my heart and tells the story of any person who has ever had their heart broken or had loved someone and was let down. I can’t wait for you all to get a listen… When I get emotional I lean on music to help me get through hard times and I use music to express when I’m in a good place. I’ll be releasing the single “Flatline” in two weeks.

Check out her full blog about her singing aspirations over at Bravo and let us know what you think about that and Kenya’s statements, below.

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