Demetria McKinney

Demetria McKinney‘s story has changed… On Real Housewives of Atlanta, she admitted to Cynthia Bailey that she and Roger Bobb were “on” the same period of time Gocha said she dated Roger Bobb. “I’m almost positive she’s lying,” said Demetria. “I don’t know her, but I know him.” Now, it happened, but while they were “off.”

“I went to Kandi’s sexy party in an effort to get to know these ladies a bit better, relax, and enjoy a Kandi Koated Night,” said Demetria. “And two-year-old tea gets spilled by random girl #673 hoping for a cameo?! I actually feel bad for her. You need that light so badly that you’d openly confess that your shining moment came from being on your back?! Girl! Never again admit to being a sock (Definition: Something to keep his stuff warm during the cold moment of a break up). I have made it known that Roger and I have been in – and out – of our relationship over the span of eight years. Blue’s Clues happened when we were not together.”

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Demetria questioned why “Blue’s Clues” spilled the tea.

“The only issue I had was why this tea was spilling on Kandi‘s carpet in front of all these people, most of whom I am just getting to know. I couldn’t understand why this temp from two years ago, who claims to be in a fulfilling relationship, felt that needed to be shared in that way. But there we sat.”

My question is, Has she met Bravo? No doubt producers searched the ATL for a woman who hooked up with Roger Bobb. Then they told their season seven pot stirrer, Kandi Burruss, to invite “her new friend” to the party. It is hardly a coincidence that Demetria was the only one to call out her man’s name.

Demetria went on to show her many shades of delusion.

“There are levels to being a woman,” said Demetria. “In me, there’s the Chick (cool, fun, sexy), the Lady (classy, sophisticated), and then there’s that B (definition not necessary). See – the way my B is set up – once she’s on deck, that’s it. There’s no filter, pity, or returning from that.”

“I tried to be the Chick and the Lady that I am through that whole thing, but at that moment B knocked Chick and Lady out the way and raced to the front of my mouth!” shared Demetria. So I felt the best thing to do was graciously get up and leave. Beyonce said it best: ‘Of course some sh– might go down when it’s a billion dollars on an elevator.’ My relationship with my mogul has them coming for me, honey! LOL! But me and that Roger Bobb, we’re good!”

I understand needing to keep their relationship a secret while working on the same show together, but it’s been over two year since House of Payne went off the air. Demetria needs to borrow Blue’s Clues thinking chair and think… think… think…

Demetria took to Instagram to mark her territoryRoger Bobb – and defend her arrogance. Many fans feel she’s too full of herself after only two episodes. 

Roger Bobb and Demetria

Demetria: “#Still. In case u were wondering… LOL!” (cause nothing says he’s my man than a faceless pic)

Demetria McKinney

Demetria: “Now hold on before people say I think I’ve arrived. LMAO! In NO way do I think I am on #Beyonce or #Brandy status. Ok? Kool! Now I was replying to a young lady on twitter who felt my status was mismanaged by my recent blog. It made me think. I have been blessed to achieve some cool things, but it doesn’t change how I feel about how my life happens.”

“I came on #RHOA to give people a chance to get to know me (not characters) and my music. I am human. I hurt in situations, I laugh when it is funny, I will defend myself, I am in love, and I have a son I am responsible for and to. In the following weeks, I, Demetria McKinney, will go through my share of shade and bullsh!t! LOL! I just hope u get to know me before judgement and curse words are the status quo. LOL! #Demetrians, thank you for watching me grow and uplifting me. I can’t say it enuff! Alright, I’m done with that semi mushiness! LOL! Hope u all have a great day!”

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