Kenya Can’t Cash In! Moore’s Party Crashing Footage Will Air But She Won't Be Paid

Can’t cash in!

Kenya Moore's party crashing filming of the Real Housewives of Atlanta will air on the season finale of the show but she won't be paid for it, exclusively learned!

When pregnant Moore busted into Cynthia Bailey’s party as Bravo cameras were rolling, producers were shocked by her appearance, but they decided to air the footage in the last episode.

“Bravo approved letting Kenya’s footage air but only on the season finale of the show,” an insider confirmed to

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And she will not be paid for the appearance. She is still under contract with Bravo, she can’t go to any other shows and she turned down the deal that the network offered her of $1500 a day for filming,” the snitch spilled.

Moore’s intense contract negotiations ended when Bravo refused to bring her back to RHOA as a fulltime housewife, instead offering her a per-diem for pickup filming, which backfired on her after she crashed the party.

“Kenya could have filmed a few times during the season, but she wanted big money and the show said no. So, they’re not going to pay her for crashing a party,” the source insisted to

Moore gave birth to her daughter, Brooklyn Daly, on November 4, 2018, the day the new season of RHOA premiered.

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