Kevin McCall Claims Eva Sterling’s RHOA Scenes Are Fake for Shared Revenue

Kevin McCall took to social media after Wednesday’s episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta, and admitted he conspired with baby mama Eva Sterling to fake their child custody drama for revenue.

“I’m amazed that people still don’t realize the obvious,” the music producer said before revealing he and Eva fake their ongoing drama for revenue which they split 50/50.

It’s nothing y’all can say,” he said before adding “Yeah we played you!”

Kevin added that he is in possession of their daughter’s birth certificate, and he posted a screen grab of a Google search result showing he is Marley Rae McCall’s father.

“Imma [sic] just sit this right here. No debate necessary .. Yal gone be ok [sic].”

He also said the restraining order Eva filed against him wasn’t real either.

In Wednesday’s episode, Eva’s husband, Atlanta politician Michael Sterling, tells her daughter, Marley, she looks like a princess.

To which the child responds, “Thank you, daddy!”

Michael laughed nervously after Marley called him daddy – which seems to back up Kevin’s claim that the scene was fake.

Later, Eva cleared the air on whether Michael will adopt Marley.

“Mike adopted Marley in his heart when he first fell in love with me,” she said. “There need be no official adoption papers or anything like that, because at the end of the day, Mike is Marley’s dad.”

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