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More Fakery! Kenya Staged Meltdown On ‘RHOA’ To Save Bravo Job

Kenya Moore’s massive meltdown on the Real Housewives of Atlanta was reality show fakery at its finest, RadarOnline.com exclusively learned.

When Moore stormed into the bathroom at a Houston restaurant and flipped the production crew the middle finger she was screaming it wasn’t a “moment” but show insiders told Radar that she plotted the tantrum.

Kenya didn’t want to film for the three or four hours that all of the ladies were doing in Houston after doing hurricane relief,” the source snitched.

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“So instead she caused a fight and stormed out. That way she still filmed but it wasn’t real, and she wasn’t really mad and all she did was cause drama.”

Viewers watched Moore scream: “I’m done with this. I didn’t come here to be constantly dragged in the mud, but when a producer told her: “But Kenya, that’s what they’re feeling,” and she exploded.

“I don’t give a f**k! I don’t give a f**k about any of them b***hes. Every time I do something positive it turns into some bulls**t.”

Moore was in danger of being fired from RHOA after she refused to bring her new husband, Marc Daly, on the show so she concocted a scheme to stay relevant while the rest of the ladies shared their lives.

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“Kenya is so calculating,” the source dished to Radar. “She would not have her husband film at all and instead she just got in fake fights with everyone so that she wouldn’t get in trouble for not doing anything. Houston was a prime example of her just storming out so that gets shown, but there was no reason for it.”

What do you think about Kenya’s desperate efforts to save her RHOA job? Sound off in comments below.

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