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The Pits! Kenya Demoted On ‘RHOA’

Jan. 4 2019, Updated 10:20 a.m. ET

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That’s the pits!

Kenya Moore was fired as a fulltime housewife and has been demoted on the Real Housewives of Atlanta RadarOnline.com exclusively learned.

“Shooting starts in two weeks,” an insider revealed to Radar, “and Kenya will not hold a peach!”

Moore’s downgrade came after Bravo execs were furious that she refused to include her shocking surprise wedding and new husband in the last season, and her baby news failed to secure her spot on the highest rated show in the franchise.

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“Execs aren’t even sure if Kenya will be a ‘friend’ on the show,” the source snitched about Moore’s future with the show. “She’s been fired as a fulltime housewife. She just hasn’t delivered anything that people want to watch. So she’s out.”

The insider spilled to Radar that Moore and Sheree Whitfield were getting booted from the show by a new woman and Eva Marcille, who was getting married to her fiancé, Michael Sterling.

“Eva’s wedding is a better story.”

NeNe Leakes, Porsha Williams, Cynthia Bailey and Kandi Burruss were all returning for another season without Moore  and Whitfield when filming started in June.

“A final decision hasn’t been made on Kenya, but she is definitely not a fulltime housewife,” the insider told Radar.

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