After six seasons of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, the show not only remains the highest rated franchise in Housewives history, but their mid-season episodes continue to break former ratings records. Here’s a look at some of the most recent drama that keeps RHOA on top:

Pay Them Bills

It’s no surprised that Porsha Stewart had to move out of that big mansion she bought next to NeNe Leakes this season in Atlanta. After all, she doesn’t have a job and her only incomes are from doing the show and getting a divorce. But now Porsha is in trouble for not paying her homeowner’s dues at her new high-rise condo.

The amount due is up to nearly $18,000 and according to TMZ, “the homeowner’s association has filed legal documents requesting that her bank account be frozen and the money that goes in gets diverted to pay her homeowner’s bills.”

Porsha is reportedly getting about $5,000 a month in spousal support from her ex-husband Kordell Stewart.

The Shadiest of Them All

Kenya Moore took some time out of her busy schedule to stop by Arsenio to throw some shade at her co-stars Phaedra Parks and Porsha Stewart. First she addressed the situation where Phaedra accused her of trying to get with her husband, Apollo.

“Trust me, if he could have, he would have,” she told Arsenio Hall. “We all know his reputation around Atlanta. He likes his extracurricular activities, but that doesn’t have anything to do with me. I don’t want any part of any married man, so let’s just be clear about that.”

Then she went on to insult Phaedra for buying her husband’s lies that implicated her in any illicit behavior.

“Whatever woman would believe that lie, especially a woman that’s supposed to be an attorney, has to be the dumbest attorney I’ve ever seen in my life to believe a story like that without any facts. To get on television and then slander me outright, that’s hitting way below the belt, and she’ll pay for that.”

She also had words for Porsha, who didn’t know that the Underground Railroad wasn’t a real railroad when they took a historic trip to Savannah.

“For her not to know anything about the Underground Railroad, which she should know more about it than any of us really, she should know it backward and forward, it’s embarrassing. I almost feel sorry for her to be–I don’t want to use the word ‘dumb’ but–dumb, and to show that to the world. We all make mistakes but the ignorance is something that’s hard to deal with.”


And what does Apollo have to say about Kenya accusing him of trying to get with her even though he’s married?

“First and foremost I love my wife, I would never step outside the boundary of our marriage,” Apollo said on Watch What Happens Live. “Like I said, I could have if I wanted to, I would have.”

Could Apollo have possibly come up with a more sleazy defense? Probably not.

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Gina Pusateri

Contributing Writer, BuddyTV