NeNe Leakes Says There’s a Terry Crews on RHOA Cast Amid Messy Negotiations Process

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Negotiations aren’t going well.

Real Housewives of Atlanta” star NeNe Leakes has been in the headlines plenty as of late. While other RHOA stars have started filming the upcoming season, NeNe’s future on the show is still up in the air. It was reported she was fired, but Bravo denied this. And they revealed they were still in negotiations with her.

However, it doesn’t seem as if negotiations are going well.

NeNe recently gave fans an update about where things stand during an Instagram Live session. She revealed negotiations are still going on. And for some reason, hers have been held up for the last three seasons. But some things were said to her that she didn’t like. And at this point, it’s all about a lack of fairness.

She said, “One of the things that I know was said was…they told me about three or four…it’s been a lot of things but one of the issues that we have addressed is that the other side said to my side that she calls herself a queen, the HBIC, and quite frankly, we are tired of hearing that.”

NeNe brings up Andy Cohen and Teresa Giudice.

She added, “I was told that I hit one of the producers and they could have prosecuted me for that if they wanted to. Well, they showed the tape to everybody who was watching. I never hit any producer. It was my camera guy. I grabbed his t-shirt. And his t-shirt tore.”

NeNe also brought up the time Teresa pushed Andy, “I wonder if they would prosecute Teresa from New Jersey when she pushed Andy down at the reunion. You wonder if they had that same conversation with her. I was curious about it, I wonder if they had that conversation with her.”

She also pointed out what she feels are other examples of hypocrisy when it comes to Kim Zolciak.

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