“U are DEAD 2 me”: NeNe Goes Off On Twitter After Kenya And Bethenny Speculate About Possible Drug Use
Somebody had NeNe Leakes feeling some type of way yesterday, because she went off on Twitter about folks feeling the need to go in front of the world and maliciously lie on her. Many are speculating that the comments were directed at Kenya Moore after her interview with Bethenny Frankel aired yesterday.
During the chat, the ladies covered all kinds of RHOA topics, including that brawl that occurred. When Frankel asked Moore if she felt that Leakes was to blame for everything, the topic of drug use was brought up. Moore didn’t say that Leakes used drugs, but she didn’t shut down the idea of it either:
Kenya: When I arrived Nene was…as we say, she seemed like she was on one. Her mood was very foul. She was very vicious towards me, and she berated me with insults the moment I walked in the door.
Bethenny: You feel like she was lit up before you got there?
Kenya: She was lit up before I arrived. And…
Bethenny: I don’t mean ‘on something,’ but people did…
Kenya: Yeah, hyper sense of her behavior. And all of the questions that NeNe was asking were inflammatory and she just wouldn’t let anything go. And when I arrived, how she was treating me, it was almost was as though she opened the door for everyone else to treat me that way.
Bethenny: I know NeNe and people on Twitter were saying, ‘Was she on drugs?’ ‘Was she lit up?’ I don’t know obviously, but I know NeNe, and to be on that show for six years, I would be in a straight jacket. I mean I really would.
Kenya: I don’t take any drugs, I have a hard time taking Advil if I have a headache so I don’t understand people who need to take drugs to–
Bethenny: I’m not saying that she does. I’m just saying, that’s how heightened it is that other people have said to me that they can’t take it–the scrutiny, the Tweeting, the fighting.
Kenya: It’s difficult but what I really feel bad about after watching this whole thing, this melee that happened, is the fact that I was blamed for it by NeNe. And as a woman she said to me, you’re lucky you didn’t get your ass beat. Who says that? A woman that’s been beaten before by a man, who has suffered through domestic violence, for you to say that was just completely unacceptable.
After this episode aired yesterday, NeNe took to Twitter soon after and said this:
Yikes! Not dead though. The drug rumor ran rampant after the initial Pillow Talk event episode aired, but clearly NeNe is not having it. Check out Kenya’s interview with Bethenny below and share your thoughts on everything.