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Peter Thomas says increased success of 'RHOA' is due to the rising husbands

Peter Thomas thinks that "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" isn't all about the housewives anymore. As reported by All About The Real Housewives on Thursday, March 20, Cynthia Bailey's husband recently sent out some tweets that said that the increased success of the show is due to the bigger profiles of him, Apollo Nida, Gregg Leakes, and Todd Tucker.

Peter Thomas and Cynthia Bailey
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"The fact is that now the men on the show have a voice, one million people is watching the show than last year,that equal $$$$$ #holdontothat," he tweeted.

At least one person agreed.

"Man You said it! Credits is always given to the ladies but there is some truth 2 to the guys having some impact #RHOA," a fan wrote in response.

Peter made clear that he has no problem taking the credit.

"YES, and they never wants to give it up,I am taking it," he responded.

As viewers have seen lately on "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," the men of the show have been featured a lot more recently. However, not everyone likes that. Peter in particular has received a lot of criticism for getting involved in the women's drama, especially after the episode aired in which he questioned Porsha Stewart directly about the demise of her marriage to Kordell Stewart. Kandi Burruss even joked that Peter is now a housewife himself.

What do you think? Is "RHOA" more successful now because of the men?

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