Kenya Moore Reacts To “Real Housewives Of Atlanta” Producer Liking Shady Post Marlo Hampton Made About Her: ‘Wow’

Kenya Moore, Marlo Hampton

Kenya Moore Reacts To “Real Housewives Of Atlanta” Producer Liking Shady Post Marlo Hampton Made About Her: ‘Wow’

Looks like even reality TV show producers like to partake in the drama.

One “RHOA” producer was caught allegedly liking a shady post Marlo Hampton made about fellow reality star Kenya Moore recently, prompting her to respond online.

Marlo Hampton, Kenya Moore

A social media account that covers entertainment news seemingly caught the moment Bravo producer Eric Fuller involved himself in the feud between Kenya Moore and Marlo Hampton. Their drama began after Hampton wrote on Twitter:

“Looks like y’all fave fell flat tonight from her outfit, to her tired reads, blank fake a** subpoena, & still not open salon … blaming production for her lack of story”

Hampton made the comments following the shows season 15 reunion that debuted this past Sunday (September 3rd). On the episode, Moore reportedly presented her fellow cast mate with a legal subpoena, requesting Hampton appear in court. Reportedly, the matter is relation to her ongoing divorce battle with estranged husband Marc Daly. According to MooreDaly mentioned the time Hampton was filmed banging on her hotel room door while the group was in Alabama, in their court battle. Thus, Moore wants her cast mate to testify on her behalf.

However, the subpoena Moore presented on stage was apparently blank, which Bravo exec and reunion host Andy Cohen disappointedly confirmed minutes later on stage. After Hampton made the post addressing the situation online, it seems Fuller took the moment to double down on the claims she made. It’s assumed the Bravo employee liked the post in reference to Moore “blaming” production for a lack luster story line. The Twitter account who caught the like took a screenshot, showing Fullers instagram account pop up.

Once Moore caught wind of what went down, she took to her own Twitter to address the situation. In a one word response, the Bravolite wrote:


The producer’s actions come after he and the entire “RHOA” production team came under fire for alleged poor ratings this season. As we covered in a recent theJasmineBrand exclusive, inside sources claimed the show runners were receiving death threats after allegedly deciding not to recast many women for its next season in efforts to boost viewership. It’s been speculated that only Kandi Burruss, Kenya Moore, and possibly Shereé Whitfield may receive new contract offers. Fans felt that it was not the cast that needed to go, however, placing majority of the poor rating blame on the producers, including Fuller.

Moore has not made any further comments about the post, and Fuller’s page has been made private. It is unclear if he’s since responded to Hampton or Moore’s posts at this time.

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Authored by: Kay Johnson