A now ex housewives husband on The Real Housewives of Atlanta is prepping a new venture.
BOSSIP exclusively reports that the veteran restauranter has just started production for his own reality show, with a celebrity co-star. Set in Brooklyn, the show will feature and revolve around Black-owned businesses, restaurant management, and even love. Sources say Daly could be seeking a new relationship on the show so let’s hope he’s luckier in love this time around.
Daly is known for keeping a low profile and has been relatively quiet especially when it comes to his private life, but over the weekend he announced his decision to permanently split from Kenya.
A statement from the SoCo restaurant owner shared with MadameNoire read;
“After recently attending mediation, Kenya and I have agreed to end our marriage. I will always have great care for her and look forward to amicably continuing to co-parent our daughter Brooklyn with an abundance of love and wisdom.
As always, in addition to perpetual self-improvement, my primary focus will continue to be helping the underserved and people of color in Brooklyn to recover from the negative impact of the COVID – 19 pandemic. This focus will take shape through using my restaurant as a “Community Hub” where positive and diverse perspectives on important topics such as economic empowerment, social activism, and political engagement can be highlighted in a safe and productive forum.
I’m blessed to be a positive change agent for not just my family but also my community.
Peace and love,
Kenya declined to comment on Daly’s statement. The couple wed in June 2017 in a private ceremony in St. Lucia and previously split in September 2019 after two years of marriage.
This article was originally posted on Bossip.com.
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