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'RHOA' Star Cynthia Bailey Reportedly Fired As Main Cast Member, Offered Reduced Role Next Season

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By Ryan Naumann

“Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Cynthia Bailey is reportedly the latest cast member to be let go by Bravo amid cast shakeups.

According to Tamra Tattles, sources close to production claim Cynthia will be without a peach next season and is not being asked back as a main Housewife. The outlet says Cynthia is still considering the deal.

The outlet claims the decision is not a done deal yet. Sources claim the production company CEO spoke to Cynthia to offer her a significantly reduced role in the next season. Producers asked if Cynthia would be willing to take a friend or guest role if that was what she was offered.

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Tamra Tattles says producers offered a much lower rate to Cynthia for the job. The outlet is adamant Cynthia did not quit and was being pushed out like “Real Housewives of Orange County” star Vicki Gunvalson. Following the last season of “RHOC”, producers decided to get rid of Vicki and her longtime costar Tamra Judge.

Cynthia’s storyline this season involved her daughter coming out as bisexual, her relationship with fiancé Mike Hill and a secret recording of her talking badly about NeNe Leakes.

As The Blast previously reported, Cynthia and her “Real Housewives of Atlanta” costars taped their reunion virtually due to the current health crisis.

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Following the report of her being fired, the “RHOA” star took to social media to share her reunion look. She looks stunning in a long white dress with a strategically placed slit.

She wrote, “i survived because the 🔥 inside me burned brighter than the 🔥around me.”-grecian goddess.” Cynthia has yet to comment on the Tamra Tattles report of her being demoted.

The reunion is set to be explosive with NeNe ready to take on Cynthia, Eva Marcille and Kandi Burruss. A teaser was released earlier this month.

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