Kenya Moore’s Fans Slam Tanya Sam Amid the Rumors + RHOA Star Considering Legal Action?

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Cynthia’s bachelorette weekend is a hot topic.

Real Housewives of Atlanta” fans have been hearing a lot about season 13 for the last couple of days. And it’s not just NeNe Leakes’ exit that they have a lot to say about. In fact, a pretty messy rumor came out recently.

According to a recent report put out by Page Six, a lot went down during Cynthia Bailey’s bachelorette weekend.

The ladies traveled to Charleston, South Carolina for the festivities. Cynthia decided to hire a male dancer so the women could really enjoy themselves. And while it was alleged that some of the women did have some girl on girl fun, it was also alleged that two women may have had too much fun with the dancer after everyone else called it a night.

It was alleged that these two women actually went inside a private bedroom with the man. And it sounded as if they actually slept with him.

Kenya, Kandi, Cynthia, and LaToya weren’t involved.

The same report claimed that the rest of the group confronted the two women about their alleged hookup. Allegedly, one of the women was furious about being asked what happened. They wanted to leave the night behind in Charleston, and couldn’t understand why the other women wanted to make a big deal about what happened in the private bedroom.

It’s also been alleged that after the alleged hookup with the dancer happened, a “friend” has now decided it would be best to separate themselves from one of the women who was allegedly involved.

While it’s been revealed that Cynthia Bailey, Kandi Burruss, Kenya Moore, and LaToya Forever aren’t involved, viewers have been trying to figure out who was.

And a new report is naming names, allegedly. Interestingly enough, one of the women’s recent social media actions paints an even messier picture.

Click next for the details. 

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