NeNe Leakes Involved In Roc Da Runway Scandal, Contract Proves She Agreed To Make Appearance


Real Housewives of Atlanta star NeNe Leakes is claiming she is not a part of the event titled, “Roc Da Runway,” but RadarOnline is reporting they’ve found documents that say otherwise. The event organizer is speaking out, saying that he has proof NeNe was supposed to be part of the event. “NeNe was booked to host the evening but backed out,” organizer Carlondo Brown, adding that he has a signed contract to prove it. In the contract, NeNe agreed to make a one house appearance during the show and stay at the after party for one hour. Leakes’ two-hour appearance fee was $15,000, which includes all travel and lodging expenses, and she was given a $7,500 deposit in advane.

When “Roc Da Runway” fliers saying, “Celebrity Guest NeNe Leakes (The Real Housewives of Atlanta) will be hanging out with us this year as a HOST & JUDGE,” starting hitting the internet with NeNe’s picture on it, she took to Twitter to say she wasn’t apart of the event.


After Leakes’ Twitter rant, the event organizer tells Radar he is “appalled” by NeNe’s behavior. “We are disappointed that she disrespected and hurt our brand,” he says. “She has no integrity.” Adding, “Our hope this that she’ll be honest with her fans and admit she was booked but decided to back out for some unknown reason.”

Replacing NeNe at the event with be Cynthia Bailey and Peter Thomas.

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