Last week, NeNe Leakes came for Sheree Whitfield during her appearance on Watch What Happens Live. Sheree made some comments about NeNe and Gregg Leakeshaving mug shots and NeNe upped the ante with her own mug shot tea. Did something happen later on the season that the viewers are not aware of? It seems like the two of them have been getting along pretty well – up until now, anyway.
Sheree stopped by the Bravo clubhouse to talk shit about NeNe discuss the season with Andy Cohen.
Sometimes I’m astounded by just how much crap RHOA is filled with. Like Porsha Williams– suddenly it’s her life-long dream to be an actress? I thought that was NeNe Leakes‘ dream? Anyway, now Porsha is doing a play, but it ain’t no Broadway, it’s some local theater but at least she gets to work with the greats like Vivica A Fox.
The last episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta was the first one in a long time when every cast member got along. It didn’t provide any GIF or meme-worthy content, but it was significant in a different way.
The Atlanta Housewives came together to film Kenya Moore’s public service announcement about domestic violence.
The door between NeNe Leakes and Porsha Williams remains closed, people! At least for now, and possibly for a good chunk of the season to come on The Real Housewives Of Atlanta. NeNe claims it’s because she is held to a higher standard than Porsha – and the rest of the cast, in fact – when it comes to owning up to her behavior.
Laying blame entirely at Porsha’s feet for their beef, NeNe justifies her actions at Marlo Hampton’s tea party, at which absolutely nothing was resolved between the warring women. NeNe defends, “I definitely don’t think we got anywhere at Marlo’s tea party! I’m still very puzzled as to why I even had to sit down and talk with Porsha about something she totally created.”
Anyone who has been watching the current Real Housewives of Atlanta season knows that Porsha Williamsreached for a story line took issue with NeNe Leakes mentioning her name when a fan asked who should be fired from the show. That interview stood out for a minute, but ironically enough Porsha is the one who gave this interview so much life in the public eye.
And of course, more people are asking the OG cast member to share her thoughts on who should and who should not be on the show. Porsha really just made this whole thing worse for herself, didn’t she?
Yes, it was great to have Tyra in the house, but NeNe was the real star of the show. I’m sure Porsha Williams, Kim Zolciak, and Sheree Whitfield did not enjoy the episode. Even if they didn’t watch it, NeNe had some noteworthy quotes about all of them that I’m sure they’ll have to address at some point.
I was actually really pleased by last night’s Real Housewives Of Atlanta. In addition to the usual drama and bickering, all the ladies came together to film a PSA produced by Kenya Moore about domestic violence. It was thoughtful, emotional, and really prescient – so here’s to RHOA setting a good example for once! Of course we also had to squeeze in some necessary nonsense.
It’s been THREE long weeks since we’ve checked in on our peaches. They went to San Fran, that ended in disaster, and now the disasters have been toted back to Atlanta in borrowed and fake Birkins and trudged on by Jimmy Choos.
Additionally, Sheree is living through the aftermath of last year’s bombshell that her ex-husband Bob Whitfield abused her. Since hiring a life coach, Sheree seems to be opening up about the most private aspects of her life. And she claims that talking to her children about the abuse on camera was tough, but necessary. “Having the conversation about the unhealthy relationship between me and their dad was probably the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do! I love my kids with everything I am and have always chosen to protect them. I never wanted them to look at me as damaged, broken, or less than the strong, loving, fun, supportive mom that they know.”