Nene Leakes has a lot to say about the violent fight that aired on the latest episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta.
She took to her Bravo blog to blast Kenya Moore for her bad behavior and slammed the show’s editors for presenting a slanted version of the story.
In short, NeNe suggest that Kenya is responsible for the brawl and hints that some unfair editing played a part in what viewers didn’t see. Check out her personal post below.
“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! We all answered, including me and Gregg,” she said.
“We really had fun with it contrary to what you thought you saw and I stress “what you thought you saw” because there are always intentions for these parties or group gatherings which is totally out of my control!”
According to nene, Kenya is to blame for the brawl.
“Christopher had a question in his hand that he wanted to answer standing up for reasons unbeknownst to me! I walked past Christopher and took my seat! He then began to speak to Kenya about the false accusations Kenya had told his wife. Chris’s wife Natalie started saying “don’t back paddle now” and Kenya got up and 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,” she said.
“Kenya then got all extra saying take your hands off on me! Her girlfriend in the red pajamas jumped up in Chris’s face and that’s when the explosion started. I don’t condone violence! I can’t control adults and it’s not my fault if adults decide to fight on their own!”
Although many viewers think Nene was the instigator, she insists drama follows Kenya wherever she goes.
“In my opinion Kenya was the spark that lit the fire. Whenever she’s around, we have the worst times! I’ve been on this show from the very beginning and we have NEVER had a physical altercation on this show! I am all about a good read, throwing shade and even getting you together when need be but violence is never okay to me,” she said.
“I think it’s a sad display of behavior and I think it is sad to the black community to be a part of such negative activity! I am bigger, I am better and for that I apologize!”
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