In the wake of a super dramatic episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta which featured a knockdown, drag-out fight and a heated argument with Kenya Moore, NeNe is assuming no responsibility and instead blames producers and Bravo for editing footage to make her look bad. Oh lawd…
Did I mention that last night during the episode NeNe claimed she was boycotting live-tweeting because of violence. "I won't b tweeting during this episode because I CAN'T & WONT support violence or lies!" Um… OK. I guess someone hasn't been reviewing her OWN history on RHOA. #Hypocrite
Well, NeNe had no problem addressing the episode after it aired! Here are her thoughts:
"I created this game called 'Pillow Talk' it all started from Gregg & I basically discussing our day once we got in bed at nite! Obviously this party is for adults only with adult topics and content," NeNe begins. "I was the hostess with the mostess!"
Hostess with the mostess cocaine! ALLEGEDLY!
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"The guest were invited along with a dress code and everyone knew what they were walking into. My intentions were to build couple unity within the group but as you can see, things got turnt all the way up! You ask why? Everybody in the room were asked questions that were touchy because that was the bases of the game!"
This is where NeNe begins to accuse producers/editors of painting a picture that is dramatically different from the truth!
"We all answered including me and Gregg. We really had fun with it contrary to what you thought you saw and I stress 'what you thought you saw'," NeNe insists. "There are always intentions for these parties or group gatherings which is totally out of my control!"
"Let's get to the good stuff: Kenya arrived 3 hours late to the party!" OK – 3 hours is really late, especially when it was made to appear that it was much less than that last night!
NeNe continues, "I was really aggravated because we can't really end the scene until all housewives have arrived! Keeping it real is what I do! Some might call it messy but see it as you may! Christopher had a question in his hand that he wanted to answer standing up for reasons unbeknownst to me!"
"I walked pass Christopher and took my seat! He then begin to speak to Kenya about the false accusations Kenya had told his wife. Chris wife Natalie started saying 'don't back paddle [sic] now'," NeNe recalls. "Kenya got up & charged out of her seat towards Natalie (but you couldn't see that part) (I wonder why?)"
"Chris stepped in to stop her but not in an aggressive way," NeNe recounts. "Kenya then got all extra saying take your hands off on me! Her girlfriend in the red pajamas jumped up in Chris face and that's when the explosion started." Um…girlfriend? SHADE, almighty shade!
"I don't condone violence! I can't control adults and it's not my fault if adults decide to fight on their own! In my opinion Kenya was the spark that lite the fire. Whenever she's around, we have the worst times!" NeNe complains. And I kinda agree – LOL!
"I've been on this show from the very beginning and we have NEVER had a physical altercation on this show!" WAAAAAAIT… WAIT just a minute! WAIT JUST A MINUTE! Lemme refresh NeNe's memory: Wig Tugs By She by SheBroke. NeNe vs. Kim Zolciak on the bus ride in Miami where everyone had to HOLD NeNe back. Ok, so it wasn't a beat-down brawl, but it got physical!
"I'am all about a good read, throwing shade & even getting you together when need be but violence is never ok to me. I think it's a sad display of behavior and I think it is sad to the black community to be apart of such negative activity! I'm bigger, i'am better and for that I apologize!"
"Here's a few questions I would like to ask you: why do you think they let Kenya narrate the whole fight scene? Why do you think they took the part out when Kenya was charging across the room? All the housewives would say we were having a good time! Why do you think they showed it as if we were not?"
Why were Christopher and Natalie even invited… they are less periphery to the group than Mynique Smith is!
NeNe also had this to say about Kenya on twitter, where she also referred to her as "the root of all evil" and retweeted that she should be fired!
Well… that's an interesting version of events. Considering none of the other ladies have spoken out except for Cynthia Bailey on WWHL last night and no blogs have been posted, I am curious to see the other ladies' accounts.
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