'RHOA' Fakery! Kenya Filmed Doctor’s Visit In Last Ditch Effort To Save Job
Kenya Moore’s “pregnancy scare” last night on The Real Housewives of Atlanta was reality show fakery at its finest, a show insider exclusively told RadarOnline.com
After the newlywed, 47, refused to include her new husband, Marc Daly, in the Bravo show, producers told her she wasn’t allowed to go on the Barcelona trip with the rest of the ladies, causing her to lose $100,000 for not being in the episodes a show insider previously told RadarOnline.com.
So, she concocted a scheme to keep herself from getting axed from the ATL, the source said.
“Kenya was in trouble with the production company after her husband refused to film with her at all. They told her she was going to get fired, and she had better do something to stay on the show,” the insider told RadarOnline.com. “That was filmed after the women got back from Barcelona, not before.”
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Moore took a urine and blood test at the doctor's office after saying she was “six weeks late” and hopefully pregnant. The doctor told her the urine pregnancy test was “inconclusive,” and that they needed to do a blood test for better results.
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The source told RadarOnline.com the producers did not believe Moore actually believed she was pregnant.
“No one believes a word that Kenya tells them. They knew she was desperate to stay on the show, so she made it all up. And it isn’t working, she’s getting fired after this season,” the insider claimed.
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