Claudia Jordan Fired from RHOA

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By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

For the last few weeks, it’s been multiple reports floating around about who might get the boot from “Real Housewives of Atlanta” now that head honcho Carlos King was relieved from his producer duties, and sources claimed Claudia’s shot at returning is now unlikely since Carlos is gone.

Interestingly enough, sources tell TMZ that it’s official and Claudia has lost her peach.

TMZ writes:

We’re told that producers gave her the ax this week … and she didn’t see it coming.

Jordan got a lot of face time last season by standing up to the show’s O.G. Nene Leakes. Fact is … Kenya Moore also mouthed off to Nene, but she’s earned her stripes over time.

The new season begins filming next month in ATL. Bravo hasn’t decided if Claudia can come back for guest appearances.


Claudia hasn’t confirmed the news on Twitter, but considering how she keeps tweeting about how “booked” she is, we’re assuming the news is most likely true.


    1. Heard she didn’t even get paid for the season, so she probably can’t even get them toes fixed. Oh well!

  1. Good. I need to go out and have some drinks to celebrate. Claudia annoyed me and I despise the things she has said about black people. She has some serious issues she needs to work through.

  2. Good decision. Claudia served no real purpose besides being Kenya’s attack dog. Now they need to add more wives to the show who actually have lives worth filming. The petty back and forth was too much last season.

    1. Oh please so just ignore the fact that Claudia had no storyline she was boring her reads were weak she brought nothing to the show. The moment her security blanket Carlos King left she was done and if Nene did get her fired she did us a favor.

    2. Girl if Nene had the kind of pull y’all think she does Kenya, Kandi, Cynthia, Phaedra and Kim would have been fired. Just take the L. Nobody besides a good three or four of y’all saw it for Claudia.

  3. Whoo, hoo! Christmas came early! Bravo is f-cking cleaning house. First Kim Richards, then Brandi, Demetria, now Clawfoot! Kenya better be trembling cause if she keeps coming for Nene, Phae, and Porsha with no storyline of her own, she’ll be next.

  4. Thank goodness. I couldn’t tolerate her for another season. Ad she was basically invisible at the reunion.

  5. Once NeNe figured out Claudia was just there to go after her and she started paying her dust, it just showed the producers she’s a one trick pony. She doesn’t even need to be a friend of a housewife either. If Kenya can’t stand on her own two feet, she needs to go as well.

    1. If Kenya can’t pull the plug on these fake businesses and manufactured storylines, she needs to head on out as well.

  6. I was waiting for this article to post! I couldn’t get into ATL this season because of her, and I wasn’t going to watch if she was still there.

  7. lmao she was getting booked because of rhoa. she will get less calls now that she’s been fired.

  8. It was only a matter of time. The ratings were bad and people couldn’t stand her. She didn’t help her case with the racist tweets either. I’m looking forward to a new face.

  9. Kenya needs to go too. The single women they keep picking for this show refuse to show their personal lives and are only there to promote their mediocre resumes. Like what’s the point? It’s called Real HOUSEWIVES of Atlanta. Once they go away from picking married or divorced women, the show got really ratchet and stupid. Now I know some will point out Kim was on it, but Kim let everyone know what her personal life was all about. She didn’t hide the fact that she was sleeping with a married man. If these single ladies want to be all private with everything, they shouldn’t be on the show.

    1. I mean single women can be on the show if they are at least dating and have a real life to film. Kenya and Claudia don’t fit that bill.

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