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If there’s one thing people know Kenya Moore for, I wouldn’t say the first thing that comes to mind is hair. No shade. She’s known for winning the Miss USA title in 1993, being on Real Housewives of Atlanta, and well, involving herself in a lot of drama. But she’s also known for being a businesswoman, so that might explain why she is preparing to launch her own hair product line. Moore loves hair, and she says she really loves her own. I can’t say whether or not that’s all of her hair that we see all of the time on the show, but the beauty showed off her natural strands on Instagram this week to announce her new product line:
“#moorehair coming soon! I’m so excited to share my innovative new products that grow your own hair longer. #itsallmyhair no pieces, no tracks, no weave. You too can grow your hair and I can show you how. extensions can be good for resting your hair so that it grows…And fun to change styles, but not to be dependent on. More to come. :-)”
Moore really, really loves hair though, because she has been showing her own off since 1993. One major TV opportunity Moore had after winning Miss USA in ’93 was the chance to star by herself in a Pantene Pro-V product commercial. A Twitter follower posted the video and tagged her through her Twitter handle, saying “bet u forgot ALL abt this!” Moore retweeted the video and statement, replying with “I’ve always loved hair!”
She looks exactly the same in the clip, which was quite cute (and I’m sure a big deal at the time since it was a hair commercial for a mainstream hair product being peddled by a black woman). Check it out for yourself below and share your thoughts. Would you buy a product from her upcoming line?
For a few weeks rumors have been circulating that “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kenya Moore has plans to leave the Bravo franchise. The rumors were further fueled when Kenya shared that she is extremely unhappy with the way things have been going this season.
“If Bravo asked me to come back, I’d have to really think about it,” the former pageant queen told OK! magazine “Right at this moment, it’s a very tough question.”
“I don’t want you to take that the wrong way, because I’m nobody’s victim and never will be,” she continued. “But at some point you want people to put aside their differences and back you up because it’s the right thing to do.”
“I will never shrink in the presence of anyone,” she said. “If that is what they would like me to do so they can feel more comfortable around me, it will never happen. You have to just be you and never shrink who you are for anybody.”
It now appears that Kenya’s statements were made during a moment of frustration because when a fan recently asked if she’s planning on leaving the show, the 43-year-old reality TV star made it clear that she doesn’t plan on going anywhere.
We imagine Kenya’s co-star and arched nemesis, NeNe Leakes, is probably gagging at that statement. Up until this point NeNe has clearly been the Queen Bee of the “Housewives,” but now we’re not so sure.
Were you hoping that Kenya would leave the show?
NeNe Leakes is right. There are rules to friendships, but one of them should be that grown folks shouldn’t be allowed to dictate who their friends kick it with. Especially when said dictating friend isn’t paying anybody’s bills.
On Sunday’s episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta, Marlo became the subject of NeNe’s ire when she started getting a little too friendly with Kenya. In previous episodes, whenever we saw Marlo, she was side by side with NeNe. But in the last two episodes, she’s been laughing it up with Kenya, arriving with her at events and meeting up for drinks. NeNe did not appreciate this, and she made it clear via her behavior that she was pissed off when she decided against inviting Marlo to her “Team Rich” group for Cynthia’s Bailey Bowl. This left Marlo to be picked up by Kenya’s “Team Twirl” when the beauty queen was shocked to hear that NeNe had shut Marlo out. Marlo tried to speak to NeNe throughout the Bailey Bowl, but at every turn, she was ignored. Kenya, always one to be nosy, tried to intervene to get the ladies to talk (as she had just buried the hatchet with NeNe at Peter’s birthday party), and before we knew it, all hell broke loose. NeNe wound up cussing out both ladies, who bumrushed her, throwing a water bottle near Marlo, and storming off. But not before Marlo followed her, angry at being scolded and trying to confront her about the real reason she was treating her so poorly–because of Kenya.
I can understand NeNe’s feelings and reservations about Marlo getting so buddy buddy with Kenya. She has good reason to be skeptical. Kenya, on more than one occasion, has been NeNe’s enemy on the show, and seeing as Marlo knows all of NeNe’s business because they’re so close, it makes sense that she wouldn’t want one of her closest confidants fraternizing with the enemy.
However, the major issue with this whole situation is how NeNe handled it, and herself. You feel some type of way about Marlo dealing with someone who continues to show her behind? Fine. Tell her. Instead, NeNe immediately threw a whole gazebo worth of shade at Marlo, barely speaking to her at Peter’s birthday party, and trashing her to Porsha: “One of my good girlfriends did say that Marlo is an opportunist.” The final straw was the fact that she treated her like a leper in public (the ultimate NO-NO), inviting all the bridesmaids that could come to be on “Team Rich,” except for Marlo, and walking away from Marlo every time she approached NeNe. Instead of speaking to her woman to woman, both women ended up acting like children.
This whole issue of one friend trying to throw a massive guilt trip on another friend for getting to know or even just being seen with someone they don’t like is something you would hope folks would be done with after high school. I’ve been through it, I currently have a good friend going through it (and she’s stuck in the middle of a mess), and I never get it. I’ve always been under the impression that as an adult, you can hang with who you please. Once someone expresses an issue with it, you take their feelings into consideration as a part of being a loyal friend, and keep that in mind when it comes to your interactions (whether you decide to cease contact or not) with the “enemy.” However, taking the route of being pissy and then expecting for people to not only read your mind, but ditch this newly acquired connection because you seem to have an issue with it (but won’t open your mouth) is ridiculous.
And therein lies the problem. Communication. While being a “good friend” does involve being a loyal comrade, it also involves communicating your feelings before they bubble over and cause you to be childish–ignoring your friends, their phone calls and their presence. I don’t know why some people feel that to have best friends means that they have to walk all over them or that the decisions said friends make have to be run through them first, but as friends we should be focused on supporting one another–not stifling folks.
Sometimes you meet people through your friends who you hit it off with immediately. And as someone who has felt like NeNe before, I get that it sometimes makes you feel some kind of way when your good friend starts getting close with someone you cut off long ago. But as someone who has also been treated like Marlo in the past, I can say that someone’s interactions with an individual you don’t like don’t always mean your friend is up to no good. And at the end of the day, if you start telling people who they can and can’t be seen with or talk to, you’ll have something to say about everything. When will it stop?
As we told you in the recap, Marlo and NeNe ended their friendship on a very sour note on this week’s episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta because of NeNe’s issues with Marlo getting close to Kenya. Because of this, the NeNe and Marlo have been butting heads ever since, even doing battle on Twitter last night. The Bravo blog is usually the place where the women speak thoroughly on all the drama going on between them on the show, so NeNe took to it to explain why she is done with Marlo. According to her, any “friend” who fraternizes with the enemy is not a friend at all. Here’s an excerpt of all that NeNe had to say:
Look, there’s a lot I could say, but instead I’ll just say this: Kandi, you have never seen me walk away from a fight and you have never seen me physically fight either have you? My son was at this event, and as much as I would like to be Mama Joyce and take my shoe off and hit somebody or drag someone down the street, I would never stoop so low to the gutter with my son around, so you are right! I know how to respect myself enough to walk away from something that no longer serves me, helps me grow, or makes me happy. In life you have to pick your battles; everything isn’t worth fighting for or worth the emotional investment.
I never need to speak on the Marlo situation, because she’s not important and not a part of this cast, but I supported Marlo and helped her unselfishly when nobody wanted her around. I will repeat NOBODY! Some of these girls were uncomfortable with Marlo’s criminal background and didn’t want her around. I looked past that and really tried to see her heart. I was honest to a fault with her and a true, loyal friend. Say what you want, but there are rules to friendship! Everyone that knows me knows that I’m a loyal friend, and I expect the same in return. In friendship you have to give and take. If I give, that doesn’t mean all you get to do is take! A so-called friend that fraternizes with the enemy is an opportunist in my opinion. They smile in your face, but are looking to take your place.
At the Bailey Bowl Marlo showed me her street side that everyone talks about. Yes, you can put lip stick on a pig, but it’s still a pig! Do I care that Manlow and Krayonce are friends? Absolutely not! I think they are the perfect match! Marlo has officially graduated from hungry to thirsty. I’m sure Krayonce promised her a role in one of the multi-million dollar movies she produces. Kenya has nothing but deceitful, evil intentions and Marlo fell for them! I want nothing to do with either of them. When I’m done with you, I’m done with you.
There goes the word “opportunist” again…Check out NeNe’s full blog on the Bailey Bowl blow-up and the reality star thanking her fans for rocking with her throughout the drama over at Bravo.
What do you think of what NeNe had to say? Does she have a point about Marlo, or is she just being jealous?
This week, we laughed hysterically at the #SorryImNotIdrisElba Twitter trend and face palmed several times when Toni Braxton became too comfortable with Bethenny on the topic of divorce in the black community. The news also brought us up to date on RHOA drama, a surprise child star from Nickelodeon, NFL player Ray Rice’s domestic dispute with his fiancée and is Jay-Z and Beyonce a part of Illuminati or Kimora Lee married again? Check it all out below!
This past Sunday RHOA, Porsha auditioned for a role in Kandi’s play, Mama Joyce threatened to “drag” Kandi’s friend and Kenya tried to make amends with NeNe. The tipping point on the show featured NeNe showing out at Kenya’s masquerade ball; the editing made NeNe look like the worst person ever.
Russel Simmons announced on Twitter his ex-wife Kimora Lee is married to her Tim Leissner. Leissner is the man we saw Kimora frolicking with on the beach during a family vacation with her children and Russel this past Christmas.
Cynthia Bailey Talks NeNe’s “Mean-Spirited” Behavior At Charity Ball, And Why Kenya Was In The Wrong Too
In a Bravo blog posted yesterday, Cynthia Bailey spoke her peace on all the drama from Sunday night’s episode. She said that that she agreed with NeNe on the fact that Kenya should have done a better job communicating with her about the charity ball, especially since it was going to be in her honor. However, Cynthia said that NeNe’s behavior was poor, considering that in the end, the event was for charity. She also touched on what she thought about Peter checking NeNe’s behavior, and why she didn’t see anything wrong with it.
I agree with NeNe that Kenya should have picked up the phone and personally invited her, especially since it was in her honor. Even if Kenya did send the evite, I think the personal touch would have gone a long way under the circumstances. As a courtesy, NeNe also should have been told that she would be asked to say a few words on behalf of the charity. I believe that Kenya had good intentions when she put together this ball for NeNe, but she could have handled some of the details a lot better.
However, I also think that the way NeNe dealt with the situation once she got to the event could have been handled better as well. So in my opinion, they both were wrong in their own way. We all know two wrongs never make a right! My suggestion to NeNe was to just be the bigger person and graciously go to the event. Especially since it was for charity! A proper invitation (or not) was besides the point, because now her name was already attached to it. My interest as her friend first and foremost was to make sure that she came off as a class act. She could always get Kenya together later over cocktails about the technicalities. I stalked her all day long and begged her to take the high road and go to the event. I just kept thinking about how bad she was going look if she didn’t show up.
Well, things don’t always work out the way you want them to. The good news is that after calling NeNe about 855 times, she took my advice and did show up. The bad news is that she was “hotter than fish grease” (southern belle way of saying she was not a happy camper) when she got there! I knew immediately that I had made a big mistake, because she made it very clear that she didn’t want to be there, charity or not. NeNe is my girl and I will support her on just about anything as long as it is the right thing. I do not agree with how NeNe approached the situation, and I can see how her actions came off as kind of mean spirited. However, I am not NeNe, I am Cynthia. We are all grown and we make our own choices. Last time I checked, no one has crowned me Mother Superior, so who am I to judge?
So, now we are in the driveway waiting for our cars, and NeNe overhears Peter telling me why he wanted to leave. NeNe walks over to confront him. I felt Peter’s tone was appropriate, and he was not being disrespectful to her in their conversation. I also thought that what Peter was trying to tell NeNe was coming from a place of love and support. Peter completely understood NeNe’s point of view, but felt like the charity was the focus. In my opinion, friends who care about each other should always be able to tell each other when they are right and when they are wrong.
As the conversation escalated, Peter ended up dropping the F word, and NeNe later goes on to call him bitch a**ness. I agreed with what Peter was trying to tell NeNe, and knew in my heart that it should have been me having that conversation with her instead of him. I just didn’t feel that it was the right time to talk to her, because she was so pissed off and we already had enough drama to deal with for one night.
At the end of the day, I really felt horrible because I was the one that convinced NeNe to come in the first place and didn’t want to be responsible for any more foolishness that night. My heart was in the right place, and what’s done is done. However, I have often wondered since that night if I had tried to talk NeNe and the words were coming out of my mouth and not Peter’s if she would have been more receptive. I say this because of the whole “a man shouldn’t step to a woman thing,” even if in this case the woman actually stepped to the man.
Last but not least, I thought it was very offensive for NeNe to say that none of the women at the event were on her level. Those words spoke volumes, and I kept wondering as her friend if I was included. I am hurt if this is how she feels, but if this is her truth, I have no choice but to accept it.
Very interesting. What do you think of what Cynthia had to say?
When she’s not bickering with the other ladies of RHOA, or dealing with claims that she didn’t provide charitable donations to Saving Our Daughters like she claimed (she has since provided receipts and messages proving her claims), Kenya Moore is out here doing media rounds, dissing her co-stars and playing the victim role. In a recent interview with OK! Magazine ( found via Radar Online), Moore said that she’s on the fence about whether or not she will return for the seventh season of Real Housewives of Atlanta, because she’s a little tired of being the ladies punching bag and not having their support even when she does nothing wrong (i.e., the Pillow Talk drama).
“If Bravo asked me to come back, I’d have to really think about it. Right at this moment, it’s a very tough question.
I don’t want you to take that the wrong way, because I’m nobody’s victim and never will be. But at some point you want people to put aside their differences and back you up because it’s the right thing to do.”
As for what part she can play in making things easier on herself (like ceasing from putting other people’s business on blast, stop being inconsiderate of OTHER people’s feelings and mean with her words from time to time), Moore says that she is who she is and she’s not changing for the ladies, or a reality TV check:
“I will never shrink in the presence of anyone.
If that is what they would like me to do so they can feel more comfortable around me, it will never happen. You have to just be you and never shrink who you are for anybody.”
We all know that Kenya will be back next season with bells on, otherwise she wouldn’t be working so hard this season to take NeNe’s spot.
On the other side of the fence, you know Porsha Williams wants to come back to the show (though rumors swirled last year that producers aren’t sure about bringing her back), because she has a singing career to promote! On a new blog on the Bravo website, Williams talked about her nerve-racking audition for Kandi’s play, A Mother’s Love, and her pursuit of a singing career now that she’s done with Kordell, who used to stifle such dreams:
I can’t begin to tell you how excited I was finding out I got the part in Kandi’s play “A Mother’s Love.” The journey to the audition was long and hard. I’ll give you a little background. I started singing when I was younger in church, took some time off, then came back and sang as an adult on my church praise team. S/O High Praise! As time moved along I started singing demo tracks for various producers and studios. I ended up getting married and ended up losing my support system that wanted to help push me into the music industry towards my musical dreams. Well long story short, now I’m on my own and ready to follow my dream!
I have always wanted to be a performer, but I have also always dealt with fear…At Kandi’s audition I tried not to think about it too much. I knew I had naysayers, but I also knew Kandi believed in me, which was very encouraging! I have to say I thank the haters that motivate me and push me to be my best.
I also wanted to let you know that currently I’ve finished a single that means a lot to me. The single is called “Flatline” with producer Chris “Traxx” Rogers. This song speaks from my heart and tells the story of any person who has ever had their heart broken or had loved someone and was let down. I can’t wait for you all to get a listen… When I get emotional I lean on music to help me get through hard times and I use music to express when I’m in a good place. I’ll be releasing the single “Flatline” in two weeks.
Check out her full blog about her singing aspirations over at Bravo and let us know what you think about that and Kenya’s statements, below.
During a post on the Bravo blog yesterday, NeNe Leakes apologized for her less than favorable behavior at Kenya’s charity ball, which we all saw on Sunday night’s episode. NeNe basically said that Kenya is nothing but a wolf in sheep’s clothing and she shouldn’t have allowed the pageant queen to get under her skin. But during this “apology,” she also called out the behavior of former friend, Marlo Hampton, branding her an “opportunist” (that is a word that’s been beaten to death this season):
Here’s something else I saw: (1) Did you see the opportunist that keeps coming around? (2) Did you see my friend just sit there and indirectly support this B.S.? I have worked with a lot of women over the years, and the one thing that it has taught me is that life is like an elevator — on your way up, you have to let people off!
Marlo is one of those people NeNe has reportedly ‘let off her elevator,’ but Marlo isn’t taking any jabs from NeNe without throwing a few back of her own. On her blog, Musings From The Boudoir (…), Marlo addressed NeNe’s anger at her friendship with Kenya, and says that the inflated ego NeNe has based on her time in Hollywood needs to be deflated, because the same people she is treating like crap now will be the same people she’s going to be calling on down the road:
…Let me start by saying that while Kenya and I are not best friends, (we only met recently) I refuse to let others determine whether or not I should befriend her. She has done nothing but support me and whenever we’re together we always have a grand ole time. I don’t need to sit in judgment of her… She has enough judges and juries already! As far as I’m concerned, we’re cool! Time will tell how it all works out in the long run, won’t it?
As I said, when I first started spending time with NeNe, (who initially was not too happy about me being on RHOA, but then “appeared” to take me under her wing), I didn’t let the warnings from Kandi and Phaedra deter me from giving her the benefit of the doubt. I looked up to her as a big sister since she and my oldest sister, (who is 8 years my senior and full of wisdom) are the same age. I really thought she understood where I came from and how I was trying to change my life for the better, just as she had done. We all have a past, but we can choose to leave it behind us. (I guess I should have listened to the ladies, huh? Sorry…)
I’ve been called an opportunist, often! But honestly, who among us does not take advantage of opportunities that improve the quality of our lives and allow us to realize our dreams? Who among us doesn’t use our gifts, brains, beauty and talents to our benefit? Let she/he who lives in the glass house, (of delusions) throw the first stone at me. Unlike some of us, I don’t believe that there are people who “are not on my level!” Last I heard, God created all of us equal.
That “taste” of Hollywood is like fresh, sweet ice cream. The only problem is, eventually it will melt and the “taste” will fade leaving not even a linger of flavor… Perhaps some of us should learn the meaning of humility because just like an elevator, the people you put off, might be the same ones you want to hold the door when you’re trying to get back on… Ijs!
Interesting. What do you think about Marlo’s “musings”? Share your thoughts below.
Update: Kenya Responds To Saving Our Daughters’ Claim They Never Received Proceeds From Masquerade Ball
We all know about the drama that went down during Kenya’s Masquerade Ball Sunday night, but it appears there’s some additional behind-the-scenes drama brewing as well. Saving Our Daughters, Nene’s charity which Kenya claimed to have thrown the fundraising event for, has issued a damaging statement saying not only were they not aware this event was happening to honor Nene, they never received the proceeds Kenya claimed she was donating to the organization.
Here’s the statement in full from their website:
To all of our sponsors, contributors and friends
On February 16, 2014, Saving Our Daughters was mentioned on the episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta as being honored with a fundraiser on its behalf.
Our charity was contacted by publicist April Love to get approval and give notice of this upcoming event. Much to our delight, we were indeed honored to be chosen. After all, one of our largest financial contributors, Mrs. NeNe Leakes, who has been responsible for contributions in the thousands of dollars throughout the years, is a member of the cast. Days later, to our surprise Ms. Love did contact me and inform me that she had decided to terminate her company’s involvement with this event. At that point, Ms. Moore contacted me to continue moving forward with the event as purposed and planned. This call took place a day before the event was scheduled to take place. Upon seeing the event unfold on TV, it was noticed that Ms. Kenya Moore stated that she was giving this charitable event in honor of Mrs. Leakes, with Saving Our Daughters as the recipient of the proceeds from the charity event. Honorees at this point were switched without our knowledge, but again, we are appreciative of any and all support for the organization. Had we been made aware that this fundraising event was in honor of Mrs. Leakes, we certainly would have been present with the plaques and certificates of appreciation that we currently have to present to Mrs. Leakes for her outstanding efforts and support for Saving Our Daughters. This would have been the perfect opportunity for us to honor her, as well.
We were not aware of this and it appears that Mrs. Leakes wasn’t aware either. The light in which Saving Our Daughters was depicted was less than favorable. The organization received several calls from other supporters about our involvement in this event. They were extremely disappointed and felt that the organization was being taken advantage of. We go on record by stating that we at Saving our Daughters have never and will not ever be involved in any drive where the exact purpose is not clear, stated or held to with only approved changes. We would not ever jeopardize our continuing support from our friends by being a part of what appears to have been tainted from the start.
In closing, Ms. Kenya Moore stated that thousands of dollars were raised at this event. To protect the integrity of Saving Our Daughters, our records show that we did not receive any of the proceeds raised from Ms. Moore’s masquerade ball. However, we do appreciate the contribution we did receive of $500 for our annual Christmas doll drive for children with cancer.
Mmm mmmm mmmm. In the face of these allegations, Kenya has made a little statement of her own by way of texts between herself and Saving Our Daughters founder Curtis Benjamin, which she leaked to B. Scott. The most damaging is the first text, which appears to completely contradict the organization’s claim that they didn’t receive a donation.
Kenya also gave B. Scott a copy of a check for $500 for Saving Our Daughters that was sent Oct. 18, two days after this text, which is likely the Christmas donation the charity acknowledges. Why they’re ignoring the personal donation sent before we’re not sure.
What do you think about Saving Our Daughters’ statement? Could Kenya really be that foul?
“I Apologize For My Behavior”: NeNe Sorry For Charity Ball Behavior, But Calls Out Cynthia, Kenya And Marlo
On Sunday night’s episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta, Peter Bailey got into an argument with NeNe Leakes over her behavior at Kenya Moore’s masquerade charity ball. NeNe was not happy to attend the event, which was “in her honor,” because Kenya didn’t call her about it, nor did she apologize to NeNe for her role in the Pillow Talk event melee. Despite initially acting as though she wouldn’t attend, NeNe showed up at Kenya’s ball with Gregg, ignored her, and had the most sour attitude ever, something that her co-stars and many in the viewing public found to be immature behavior.
This morning, NeNe took to the Bravo blog to apologize for such behavior, but to also call out Kenya for being a phony, Marlo for being an “opportunist,” and Cynthia for sitting back and condoning Kenya’s foolishness:
WOW! What a show! I don’t have a lot I want to say, but I’ll start by saying I apologize for my behavior at the charity event. I definitely don’t want to teach young women that this is the proper way to respond when someone is trying to trick you into a situation and push your buttons. I would much rather teach young women to be aware of the wolves in sheep’s clothing.
Kenya used the charity’s name for her own selfish reasons. I’m the kind of girl that likes to spill the facts. Everything else is just gossip and B.S. Here are the facts. I never received a call, a text, or an email from Kenya. What I did learn the night before the charity event is that Kenya had used a PR Firm to send e-vites to everyone, which is why I didn’t see it. Fact! You heard me right, a third party! She wanted you to believe she sent me an email and she did not. FACT! If she really had pure, good intentions, she could have picked up the phone, called me, and said, “Hey let’s put our differences aside for a night of charity!”
I’m a very rational person. I have been a major supporter to Saving Our Daughters and have raised thousands of dollars for them. Fact! All this charity B.S. is coming from a person that showed up at my charity event last year in a thong and butt pads! She even argued outside of Porsha’s charity event! She has no credibility when it comes to charity. I just hope Saving Our Daughters received the thousands of dollars she claimed to have raised.
I’m not surprised things have gone down the way they have between Kenya and me. She had beef with Cynthia over the whole coochie crack thing, then moved on to Porsha, then to Phaedra over a booty video, then to Apollo, and now me! I see straight through her! She’s not original. What’s she’s doing has already been done. I have always stood alone in a war! I might bend, but I won’t break, and if I stumble, I won’t fall! I see what she’s doing and so do you.
P.S. Here’s something else I saw: (1) Did you see the opportunist that keeps coming around? (2) Did you see my friend just sit there and indirectly support this B.S.? I have worked with a lot of women over the years, and the one thing that it has taught me is that life is like an elevator — on your way up, you have to let people off!
Interesting response to everything right?
On a side note, in the same episode on Sunday, Peter called NeNe on her behavior, and during her confessional, NeNe asked why Peter was always poking his nose in the business of the ladies of the show. At one point, she called his own behavior a form of “bitchassness,” a word made popular from Diddy on his show Making The Band. On Sunday evening, after the episode, Cynthia decided to explain on Twitter why she made the bad decision of pressing NeNe to come to Kenya’s event, and to let NeNe know that she didn’t appreciate the comments about her husband, and that a real friend wouldn’t disrespect another friend’s husband:
NeNe responded on Twitter that same evening saying, “These girls r so thirsty! #fakefriends dying 4 camera time! Let me get off twitter! Good nite.”
So much drama between these ladies, and while it makes for interesting TV, it’s not making them look too good. What do you think about NeNe’s blog and Cynthia’s opinion? Share your thoughts.