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Keke Wyatt on those ‘R&B Divas Atlanta’ fake friends

Photo Credit: Keke Wyatt's Instagram (@keke_wyatt)

Photo Credit: Keke Wyatt’s Instagram (@keke_wyatt)

“R&B Divas Atlanta” was always a hit with fans and one of the show’s biggest stars, Keke Wyatt, was a fan favorite when the show originally began airing on TV One in 2012. However, the show abruptly came to a halt back in 2014, after three seasons, leaving fans wondering what went wrong. Now, Wyatt has opened up and explained why she feels the show ended.

In a new video interview with Team Curtains, Wyatt claims that the series ended because she decided not to renew her contract.

“No, I quit so they cancelled. I’m sorry. No, I really did quit — when I quit, they cancelled,” Wyatt said.

But that’s not all that she talked about. Wyatt also discussed her relationship with the other cast members on the show, including Syleena Johnson, who seemed to be one of her closest friends at the time. However, when Wyatt was asked about Johnson, she pretended she had fallen asleep.

When Wyatt was asked about her friendship with Monifah, whom she clashed with on the show sometimes, Wyatt disregarded the friendship and said, “Who? I don’t know Monifah. She’s not my best friend. She’s never been.”

However, Wyatt claims that she is still very close with former cast mates Nicci Gilbert and Faith Evans, who both left the show early before its demise.

“Her and Nicci Gilbert are my friends in real life. And that’s it,” Wyatt said.

Something tells us producers had other reasons to end the show. But we’re not surprised that Wyatt didn’t maintain all of her friendships from the show because in the world of reality TV, many on-air friendships aren’t what they appear to be.



1 Comment

  1. Donna on August 2, 2017 at 10:02 am

    I didn’t like that show phony jealous of each other chicks I only liked a couple of them like Miss Stone, Miss Moore, Miss Evans