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Steph Curry's mom, Sonya Curry is reportedly in negotiations to join the cast of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, according to reports.

The remarkably fit 55-year-old filed for divorce from her husband of 33 years, Dell Curry, on June 14 in a North Carolina court. The couple accused each other of cheating throughout their 33-year marriage.

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Curry, 57, accused Sonya of cheating on him with former NFL player Steve Johnson, a 6th-round pick in the 1988 NFL Draft.

Dell claims Sonya is living with Johnson, a millionaire commercial developer, in Tennessee.

Now that Sonya is free to do what she pleases, she is reportedly in talks with Bravo to star on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

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A Bravo executive tells MTO News, "Sonya has wanted to be a reality star for years. She and Dell pitched a couple of shows to [Bravo]."

It isn't clear if Sonya's children, NBA stars Steph Curry and Seth Curry and daughter Sydel Curry, agreed to appear in the series.

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According to an insider, Bravo passed on all the shows that Sonya pitched to the NBC Universal owned network. The executive continued, "Their ideas were boring, and [Sonyas now ex-husband] Dell didn't want any excitement or drama in the show."

Now that Dell is out of the way, Sonya is open to joining the cast of RHOBH.

"We're working on getting her on the Beverly Hills [Housewives]. Nothings signed yet, but I think she'll be a part of next season's cast," Bravo's insider told MTO News.

Most of the women in the RHOBH cast are spinsters in their 40s and 50s - so Sonya would fit right in.

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NeNe Leakes called out her former colleague Porsha Williams for not supporting her Bravo TV boycott after she was unceremoniously let go last year.

The mom-of-two urged her fans to boycott the network after she was forced off The Real housewives of Atlanta for insubordination.

NeNe is bitter after being ousted from the cast of the reality TV show that she helped develop in the early days.

Now she is calling out Porsha for not supporting her boycott (screengrabs by RhymeswithSnitch).

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NeNe Leakes is still bothered by her wrongful termination from Bravo's Real Housewives of Atlanta. The 53-year-old, who was let go for being insubordinate, is calling on her fans to join her in protest outside Bravo's Atlanta studios.

RHOA's first million-dollar contract holder tweeted: "Be Smart and DO NOT SUPPORT count down shows TONIGHT that aren’t supporting or respecting BLACK WOMEN creativity/equality and blacklisting us from working if we speak the truth abt their wrong doings [sic]."

She added: "Don't believe me, believe your eyes... In 2021, we will form a March outside these racist studios #blackwomenmatter."

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Earlier, NeNe asked her followers to sign a petition and repost boycott flyers. She also asked fans to "turn off your TVs" and boycott the show.

NeNe retained the services of civl rights attorney Ben Crump in a bid to sue Bravo to get her job back.

During an Instagram live, the former stripper explained why she's accusing Bravo of racism and age discrimination. She said her white counterparts on other 'Housewives' shows were paid more and "elevated" while she was "demoted."

"It's not so much about me having my own show... When you work at any company you want elevation. It's about leveling up. Whether I'm an actress or an executive, everybody wants to level up on their opportunity or their job... as an original Housewife, a lot of these girls were being elevated, I was being demoted.

"I was given less and less episodes and these girls were given more and more episodes. I was given less. Original housewives across the board in different states, Beverly Hills, New Jersey, other places – they were given full seasons and I was given less episodes every season."

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NeNe Leakes is still angry at her former bosses at Bravo TV for showing her the door after 11 seasons. NeNe was dismissed previously in season 9 and returned in season 10.

The 53-year-old former original Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member was let go this year for insubordination and her inability or unwillingness to get along with her fellow cast members.

NeNe recently joined an Instagram live chat with her attorney Ben Crump to discuss her issues with Bravo, while urging her followers to boycott the network and stop watching her former show.

NeNe plans to sue Bravo for age and racial discrimination. She claims she was "demoted" and treated differently than her rivals on other 'Housewives' franchises.

"As an original housewife, a lot of these girls were being elevated," she griped.

"I was demoted. And the way I was being demoted is I was given less and less episodes and these girls were given more and more episodes, I was given less."

She continued: "Original housewives across the board, different sets and Beverly Hills, New Jersey, other places they were getting full seasons and I was given less episodes every season."

NeNe shared a link to a petition and asked her Instagram followers to sign the petition, which she created with Married to Medicine's Mariah Huq.

The petition reads:

"This petition is putting Bravo TV on notice that fans of the shows Real Housewives of Atlanta and Married to Medicine hold them accountable for their dirty deeds, particularly as it relates to the unfair and biased treatment they have displayed towards their African American talent, more specifically NeNe Leakes and Mariah Huq."

While some fans were supportive of the former stripper, others expressed their annoyance at the mother-of-two. They reminded her of her truculent ways that led to her downfall.

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Stassi Schroeder's little brother pleaded for forgiveness for his sister after she and other "Vanderpump Rules" cast members were fired for racist incidents in the past.

According to Page Six, in a now-deleted Instagram video, Nikolaoi Czermak, 15, pleaded:

"This goes out to Lisa Vanderpump, 'Vanderpump Rules,' Bravo TV, anyone that has been involved with Stassi getting fired. I want everyone to hear me out because my sister is one of the most loving people you will ever meet in your life. She deeply apologizes for what she said and I'm so desperate for her to succeed ... I just want her to go as far as she can."

Nikolai, who appeared in episodes with Stassi, continued:

"I'm asking for another chance for her, and she'll show everyone how good of a person she is and how much she cares about everyone. She likes entertaining people, that's why she does all this TV stuff ... My family is heartbroken from what’s been going on with her. Everything’s been taken away from her."

Brands terminated Stassi's sponsorships and Bravo TV fired her after former castmate Faith Stowers recalled a racist incident in 2018.

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Faith, 31, appeared on Instagram Live chat with "Floribama Shore" star Candace Rice and discussed a 2018 incident where Stassi and co-star Kristen Doute tried to get cops to investigate her for a crime she did not commit.

Faith said Stassi read a Daily Mail article about a light-skinned woman who resembled Faith. "I guess this woman was robbing people," Faith said. "And they called the cops and said it was me. This is like, a true story. I heard this from, actually, Stassi during an interview."

Stassi bragged about her detective work on "the Bitch Bible" podcast in 2018, saying, "We are like, we just solved a f--cking crime. We start calling the police. The police don't give a f--k."

Bravo also fired Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni on Tuesday for their past racist tweets.

Nikolai addressed Faith in his video, begging:

"Faith, please, is there any way that she can fix anything or do anything that can benefit both of you guys — to get her career back and to make you live the best life ever? Is there anything that we can do for you? Please. I don't want to see my sister like this anymore … I love all you guys, but please, one more chance to forgive her."

Stassi apologized to Faith on Instagram, although Faith says she hasn't heard directly from her.

Faith told Page Six: "I feel so vindicated studios and production are able to see blatant racism and make these positive changes and help move the race forward — help with the fight forward."

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