'RHOA's' Kenya Moore And Marlo Hampton Have Seemingly Fallen Out During Filming, Unfollowed Each Other: 'Walk Away'
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'RHOA's' Kenya Moore And Marlo Hampton Have Seemingly Fallen Out During Filming, Unfollowed Each Other: 'Walk Away'

Filming for Season 14 of The Real Housewives of Atlanta is underway and though longtime frenemies Marlo Hampton and Kenya Moore appeared to be at peace with one another ahead of production, their latest social media posts hints that they are no longer amicable.

After being on the show in the friend role since season 4, Hampton finally has a peach and is a full-time cast member. Moore was initially happy with Hampton’s full-time addition, saying in recent interviews that the two are in a good place. But now, they are no longer following one another on social media.

Kenya Moore and Marlo Hampton unfollow one another on social media - both post cryptic messages

Moore and Hampton are no longer following one another on Instagram.

Since then, both have shared cryptic messages, seemingly taking aim at one another in their Instagram stories. “I will unfriend, uncousin, unf*ck, unco-worker, unfollow, unfamily a draining soul REAL quick.” Hampton posted to her story.

Moore shot back with a post of her own to her story, with a meme that reads: “There are some people who always seem angry and continuously look for conflict. Walk away; the battle they are fighting isn’t with you, it is with themselves.” Moore also posted an accompanying prayer hand emoji.

 

What we know so far about 'RHOA' season 14

In the new season, Sheree Whitfield will hold a peach for the third time and track star Sanya Richards-Ross is also an addition to the cast, with Kenya Moore and Kandi Burruss coming back. Last season’s newbie Drew Sidora is also back.

A recent rumor report seems to point at Sidora having the most feuds this season, getting into it with Richards-Ross and Whitfield.

 

 

 

 

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