The Real Housewives of Atlanta star Demetria McKinney has been writing songs herself for a while and she has shared some of her journey on the show. But Demetria’s introduction to the other ladies wasn’t exactly what she had hoped for. During Kandi Burruss’ sex party, another lady came forward, saying that she had also dated Roger Bobb during the time she was dating him. McKinney was upset and left the party.
But now, Demetria McKinney reveals that her relationship with Bobb has actually been an inspiration when it comes to writing songs. And her newest single, “Trade It All,” is all about the experiences and emotions she went through when she and Roger kept breaking up and getting back together.
According to a new Bravo report, The Real Housewives of Atlanta star Demetria McKinney explains that her relationship with Roger is indeed the inspiration behind the song. She has admitted that the two are still together, even though Demetria was shocked to learn that he had been dating other ladies behind her back.
“It’s really the story about me and Roger,” Demetria McKinney reveals about the new song, adding, “Everybody’s talking about it anyway. Let’s just put it all out there!”
But it sounds like McKinney is also putting her feelings out there to her long-term boyfriend, and telling him that he needs to commit or it’s over. It is not really known whether she wants him to take the ultimatum personally, but it is possible that Demetria doesn’t want to be played for a fool again.
“It’s talking about how great the relationship was. But if I’m going to continue on this with you, if I’m going to continue to trust you, be vulnerable, give you everything that is me, is it going to end in a ring or a cry?” Demetria McKinney points out, adding, “Like, what are we doing? It’s great, I’m not complaining about the relationship. But if this is the line, then it’s not going to be enough for me.”
It sounds like it may have helped McKinney to put her love life on The Real Housewives of Atlanta, as her single recently reached the top of the iTunes charts, according to the Inquisitr. This happened for the single she performed in Puerto Rico. And maybe writing about what you know and feel is the way forward for this inspirational performer.
What do you think of Demetria McKinney’s ultimatum to Roger Bobb in her song? Do you think he would settle down with her?
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