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Cynthia Bailey Says She Didn’t Get Fired From ‘RHOA’ … But Should She Leave?



Cynthia Bailey Says She Did Not Get Fired From The Real Housewives Of Atlanta

Cynthia Bailey is shutting down reports that she’s been let go from The Real Housewives Of Atlanta.

Earlier this week rumors were swirling that Bravo snatched Cynthia’s peach. But the former top model said that’s absolutely false. She told The Shade Room that there have been no talks about the new season as of yet.

“I have no plans to leave RHOA at this time. Every year there are rumors saying that I am getting fired, or not returning,” she says. “I’ve been a peach holder consistently for 10 years now. I love my cast, and my Bravo family. I am looking forward to next season.”

Sources also claimed that if Cynthia is not being fired, she is being offered a “reduced role” by the CEO of the production company, and at a much lower rate than her part as a main housewife. But, Cynthia says the source has it all wrong.

“That is completely false,” she says. “We just recently filmed the reunion, and have not started contract negotiations yet.”

If you watched this season then you know Cynthia was spending a lot of time in Los Angeles with fiance Mike Hill and was also contemplating making a move west once they got married, so news of her leaving the show was actually not a shocker.

Honestly, we think it’s time for Bailey to head to Beverly Hills. Now that Garcelle Beauvais has integrated The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills as the first Black woman to join that cast, we could see Cynthia holding a diamond next to her supermodel sister.

In the meantime a teaser of the virtual reunion dropped early this week, and the ladies are not only throwing shade, but the entire TREE! Kenya asks someone about their sexual relationship with the same man as NeNe Leakes, and Eva Marcille says she never spoke on Porsha’s child, before Leakes ups and walks off.

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