Kenya Moore says she is undecided on whether she will return to "Real Housewives of Atlanta" next season. According to Moore, she doesn't condone violence and she is making it sound like she won't come back if Porsha Williams is not fired. According to a Monday report by US Magazine, Kenya is again becoming the victim while other members of the "RHOA" cast believe that Porsha was completely provoked by Kenya and she bears just as much blame for the incident.
In the off season, producers of "Real Housewives of Atlanta" are going to leave us in a cliffhanger. Who stays and who goes? Is Porsha Williams (formerly Porsha Stewart) fired after snapping during the reunion show and dragging Kenya Moore across the stage by her hair? Will Kenya Moore come back? Was she even welcome back, with or without Porsha? Rumors that they wouldn't be back have plagued both Porsha and Kenya all season long.
In a Monday AP interview, Kenya Moore said:
"We all agree that we don't condone violence. We've become angry with each other, we've threatened each other and gone to the edge. But at the end of the day, we know there's a line. If there are no consequences, then where does it end?"
Is this Kenya's way of drawing the line in the sand? She doesn't outright say it but she certainly implies that if Porsha is not fired from the show, then she will not be back. Is that true though? Certain other recent rumors have claimed that Kenya Moore is broke and she needs the "RHOA" paycheck.
Kenya Moore says she has not spoke to Porsha Williams since the reunion incident. She is pressing charges though. An arrest warrant was issued for Williams just this week and on the very same day, she turned herself in, posted bail and was released.
A rep for Porsha Williams has said that not only does Porsha plan to clear her name, but she also intends to press charges against Kenya Moore as well. Kenya seems to think that Porsha owes her an apology for the beating while others think she truly deserved it after all the harassment that the "RHOA" women have taken from her. If Kenya is holding out for an apology, she better not hold her breath.
At this point the drama is high and that makes for better ratings and more viewers. Is it worth bringing them both back though. It seems that producers are going to need to choose one. Will they go for the drama and choose Kenya Moore or opt for the co-star that the rest of the cast loves and keep Porsha Williams? One thing is for sure, they will draw out this story line for as long as possible to keep viewers interested in the next season of "Real Housewives of Atlanta."