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Wendy Williams Thinks NeNe Should Be Fired From RHOA, Calls Her Childish And Bitter

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Talk show host Wendy Williams is always willing to share her opinions about The Real Housewives and this time, Williams’ feud with NeNe Leakes is escalating. Wendy spoke about Leakes’ behavior during the RHOA reunion on her show Monday.

“NeNe, needs to go,” Williams announced. “I understand that she’s the highest paid housewife and all that other kind of stuff, but … she stayed so long that she went from being likable, loveable, and comical to be mean, jealous, vindictive, childish. Just childish, bitter, all that. NeNe needs to go.”

“NeNe only wants to be friends with people who she views are beneath her,” Williams continued. “Somebody at Bravo, give Marlo Hampton a peach and make her apart of the cast. I mean, I don’t know what Marlo does for a living, the word on the streets is ‘sketchiness.’ But we need somebody new on the show who will make us not miss NeNe, and the rest of them when they go. I think that Marlo is perfect. We’ve met her enough to know we need more of her shade. Give that girl a peach, and let’s roll.”

“NeNe does better with mimes as friends,” Wendy adds. “It’s ok as long as you’re praising her and being her cheerleader, but as soon as you go to disagree, it’s a problem. I’m real and not going to sugarcoat something just so she can feel happy.”

Do you agree with Wendy?

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