Demetria McKinney is over fans dissing her and Claudia Jordan for their subpar roles on Bravo’s The Real Housewives of Atlanta and still doesn’t hesitate to come for some of her other co-stars.
She recently broke down their credits of what they have done in the past and made it clear they didn’t need the show for success or to continue their career.
“Claudia and I still hang real close. She and I got our SAG cards before anybody else was on reality TV. That’s why we didn’t have to do so much,” she told Cocoa Fab Tuesday.
“It didn’t start there and it doesn’t end there. When it comes to people paying attention to something positive, that can be scary and I don’t fault them for it but I’m thrilled that neither Claudia nor myself went the extra mile to change who we are and what we want to represent ourselves as.”
Still, she went on to throw shade at some of the other ladies she didn’t necessarily click with for what she said is playing up the drama for the cameras.
“The model that they go with is drama. Drama sells. The more salacious the better. I’m not saying there didn’t have to be any drama, that’s why you got the NeNes, the Porshas, the Phaedras…that’s why you got them. They’re there for that. They stretch and get ready for marathons of that crap.”
She also said that she is upset after the editing of the show didn’t reveal her true friendship with Jordan but producers rather cut and paste to portray the story they preferred to tell with McKinney and the other ladies.