The breakaway star so far this season on the Atlanta Housewives is not one of the ladies - it's one of the husbands - RONNIE DEVOE. MTO News spoke with multiple production sources and they tell us that Ronnie is bringing the DRAMA this season.
The insider explains, "Ronnie is all up in everyone's business. He's been a bright spot this season. So much drama." As MTO News has reported, the production is having difficulty creating interesting storylines this season - after losing Sheree, Kim, and Kenya - three of the most polarizing characters from the series.
But Ronnie is helping make the season, tells one of the production team members. The insider told MTO News, "I've never seen a man so involved in women's drama. I don't think he's gay or anything. But it is weird how he starts mess like a female."
In one scene, Ronnie is arguing with a female cast member and his "neck was moving like a chicken." The tipster explained, "His neck was twisting and his wrist was flapping. It was like something from out of Jerry Springer."
After New Edition's 1990 breakup, Devoe and fellow New Edition members, Ricky Bell and Michael Bivins, formed the R&B/hip-hop group, Bell Biv DeVoe.
Bell Biv DeVoe's 1990 debut album, Poison, sold more than 5 million copies and garnered five hit singles such as "Poison" and "B.B.D. (I Thought It Was Me)?". In 1993, DeVoe and the group released their follow-up album, Hootie Mack.
In 1996, DeVoe reunited with the other original members of New Edition which saw the release of the album, Home Again, followed by a world tour ending in 1997. In 2001, DeVoe and Bell Biv DeVoe released their third album, BBD. In 2017, DeVoe and Bell Biv Devoe released their fourth album, Three Stripes.