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REPORT: Kenya Moore Turns Down Demotion, Won’t Return to ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’

For the third time since the Season 10 Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion, Kenya Moore has reportedly been let go from the successful franchise.

This time around, PageSix is reporting the mom-to-be has been handed her pink slip, with sources claiming she was offered a demotion and declined. This is consistent with previous reports that Moore has been axed, though she has denied all reports of exiting the series thus far.

Reports that the former beauty queen has been fired began in late May, with sources from Straight From the A claiming Moore was let go after missing a “mandatory meeting” to prep for Season 11. Producers were also reportedly unhappy with husband, Marc Daly’s, unwillingness to participate in the show. Moore denied the report with the below Instagram post.

#FAKERHOANEWS .No one has EVER asked me to be a friend to show… .fact: I am THE housewife that has had THE highest rated episodes the past 3 seasons… even last year having missed 3 episodes.🤔 .#Fact: the Barcelona New Lineup didn’t work…The fans have spoken. I’ve never been called boring 💅🏾 .#Fact love me or hate me I may not be the “fan favorite” (my sister @kandi is and well deserved) but thank you for being invested in my life and continuing to contribute to the success of #RHOA and my success in my career on all levels .Don’t worry #teamtwirl you will get to see #babytwirl and all that I’m experiencing as a new wife and mother-to-be one way or another .You will see my raw truth… the good the bad and the ugly one way or another ☺️ .Fact# I am good effing TV! ❤️ .Fact# I will be a HW or nothing at all. 😘 Fact# I don’t discuss business but know that I know my value #queen #👸🏾 #kenyamoore #truth #shadequeen #shadeassassin #blameitonmyhormones #letaBishknow

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RadarOnline then followed up the initial report, saying Moore was fired for the same reasons, but she denied the “trashy” blog was spreading the truth.

Do you think Kenya’s actually been let go this time?

Born and raised in Compton, California, Jessica Bennett began her career as an intern at The Oakland Post, and later, The Source Magazine. She went on to write for respected hip hop publications such as DJ Booth and Hip Hop DX before becoming the Urban Editor of pop culture website, Wetpaint.com. She joined Ebony as the Entertainment Editor August 2017. Bennett has interviewed such names as Vanessa Williams, Spike Lee, Tyra Banks, Forest Whitaker, Magic & Cookie Johnson and several others.