Sheree Whitfield Says RHOA Lost Its Authenticity + She’s Not Here for the Fake Storylines

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By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

The other day Sheree Whitfield stopped by Atlanta radio station V-103 to discuss the current season of “Real Housewives of Atlanta” and she revealed that she feels like the show has lost its authenticity.

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  1. Sheree needs to really calm it down a tad. There’s no doubt that Kandi and Porsha may be taking things too far but at the end of the day, she’s the one who is instigating it. So how is she any better than them?

    1. Cosign. Sheree really wants to pretend she’s not one of the most messiest housewives right now when she is.

  2. I agree with her. I know a lot of people who weren’t watching the first two seasons hate to hear this but yes the show was better when it was REAL.

    1. Yeah I watched the first two seasons this past month. Totally different show. It’s like they had to have something else going on in their lives outside of messy drama.

  3. I think this is the right message but it’s coming from the wrong messenger. If Sheree didn’t stir the post so much this season I would have no problem with her being the one to say this.

    1. Agreed! Sheree has contributed fully to the story lines this season. She’s as much to blame as the producers are.

  4. Did Sheree forget that they used to air each other’s business out all the time? Does she not remember Nene calling Kim out for sleeping with a married man? Does she not remember her airing out Marlo for being an escort? I mean seriously. They slung mud too. The only thing I will give her is she’s right they weren’t about faking storylines and relationships like Porsha is doing right now.

  5. It’s clear as day that Sheree has turned into a puppet for the producers so it’s funny to hear her try to call out others for doing what the producers are telling them to do. She can have a seat.

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