RHOA Producers To Kenya Moore: Bring Your Husband Or Lose Your Job

July 6, 2017  |  

It’s a cold world out here. Just when you find love, there will be people who attempt to exploit it for profit.

While that’s not the case for most of us–people generally aren’t thinking about the average man or woman. But for Kenya Moore that’s what’s going on.

According to TMZ, producers are attempting to get her new husband Marc Daly to appear as a cast member on the show.

The way TMZ puts it, it’s not just about inviting Daly to appear, it’s more like giving Kenya an ultimatum. Sources claim that producers have told Kenya that the only way she’ll survive on the show is if her relationship is on the table.

But Marc, a former banker, is not here for it. Apparently, he has problems with the way “RHOA” portrays Black men.

Kenya has argued that the show hired her and not her husband and that his name is not mentioned in her contract.

They also said that she’s told producers that after waiting 46 years for love, she’s not in a hurry to jeopardize it.

And we’ve all seen the type of pressure these shows put on married couples, particularly newlyweds. See: Cynthia Bailey and Peter Thomas.

While the argument has merit, producers are not here for it, saying that if she doesn’t bring Marc onto the show, she’ll be phased out.

On another, slightly different but related note, Kenya is also undergoing IVF treatments in order to get pregnant.

Stress decreases the likelihood of that happening, so we’re sure all of this drama is not good for her right now.

It looks like her new marriage is already being tested with a very difficult decision. It’ll be interesting to see what happens. I will say though, that the fact that Daly doesn’t want to appear on the show is a good sign.

What do you think Kenya should do?

Trending on MadameNoire

View Comments
Comment Disclaimer: Comments that contain profane or derogatory language, video links or exceed 200 words will require approval by a moderator before appearing in the comment section. XOXO-MN
blog comments powered by Disqus