Sheree Whitfield Claims Nene Leakes Pays People to Write Her ‘RHOA’ Reunion Reads, NeNe Claps Back
That isn’t the only thing about NeNe that Sheree discussed on ‘WWHL’ as the former ‘RHOA’ star talks about whether NeNe’s friendship with Wendy Williams was a genuine one.
- May 12, 2020
AceShowbiz – Sheree Whitfield apparently was one of those who tuned in for the first part of season 12 reunion of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta“. The former cast member weighed in on the explosive episode during her appearance on “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” and shaded NeNe Leakes in the process.
“I think Nene did really good tonight. Her reads were amazing,” so Sheree praised the Bravo star. However, she then made an accusations that NeNe might paid someone to write her reunion reads, saying, “Whoever she paid for those, they owe her.”
Andy then brought the rumors of NeNe having scripted reads into the topic, prompting Sheree to double down on her claims. “I don’t think it’s far-fetched, but she did great on her reads tonight.”
It didn’t take long before NeNe noticed Sheree’s comments on her. She quickly clapped back on her Twitter account, writing, “YES my reads are written down and rehearsed! REMEMBER I’m elderly, menopausal and have nooooo f***in memory!”
“In my younger days i sat on couch and read you b***hes from the top of my WIG and have the most ICONIC READS TO DATE!” she added.
NeNe Leakes fired back at Sheree Shitfield’s accusation.
That wasn’t the only thing about NeNe that Sheree discussed on “WWHL”. Sheree said that she wasn’t convinced that NeNe’s friendship with Wendy Williams was a genuine one. When asked if it was “genuine or strategic,” she said it was “strategic” without hesitation.
In the reunion, NeNe did address her and Wendy’s on-and-off friendship, saying that she and Wendy were “in a neutral place” at the time they filmed the reunion. However, Kenya didn’t buy that.
“I don’t think that that is a real friendship. I think that they both are not really being genuine and honest with each other,” Kenya shared during the reunion. “I mean, clearly this woman got online and she was talking about her basically like a dog. ‘That girl over there.’ She was saying the most degrading things, and if that is someone who is truly your friend, why would she go on her platform, basically say, ‘I am Wendy Williams. That is why I’m the queen of daytime TV, and you don’t come for the queen.’ She doesn’t think anything of Nene.”
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