RHOA Season 4: They Are Already Fighting & The Show Hasn’t Started Yet

October 18, 2011  |  

I know we all say we hate the way black women are portrayed on reality TV, from “Bad Girls Clubs,” to “Basketball Wives,” to “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” where it all began — but let’s be honest: the fights are half the reason we watch (and the reason Lisa Wu Hartwell and DeShawn Snow are no longer a part of RHOA).

On Nov. 6, Season 4 of RHOA will debut, and already we’ve got a preview of the drama that is to unfold—and surprise—Nene is right in the middle of most of it. Did I mention she’s tapped into her inner Dave Chappell/Rick James to take people down? Here is the breakdown of all the ladies’ coming beefs, inspired by Sister to Sister magazine:

Nene vs. Everybody

Getting back to the way things used to be in Seasons 1 and 2, Nene and Sheree are back at each other’s throats, throwing some super low blows. Nene’s money may have been funny last season, but this time around Sheree is the one balling on a budget after losing her home to foreclosure and having her Aston Martin repossessed. She’s also in the midst of a suit against her ex-husband Bob Whitfield for back child support. Nene, on the other hand, who has been raking in money from other ventures like “Celebrity Apprentice” appearances and her book, has no sympathy for uppity Sheree now.

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  • Illyphilly

    So this is acting black???

  • Kayla

    Just ghetto trash. Nothing new to see here people. No need to watch loud black people on TV when I can just look out my window. -YAWN-

  • womenar4

    RHOA is a guilty pleasure for many women including myself. But women need to understand these women get paid to act a fool. Don't go around believing this is who they really are or act like that yourself trying to immulate these women. They are paid to show women acting ignorant for ratings. And these women should not be the role models our young girls look up to. As always love ~www.womenaregamechangers.com.