Nneka Ihim and Wendy Osefo were doomed to have issues thanks to Ashley Darby.
“Real Housewives of Potomac” star Wendy Osefo recently opened up about her drama with newbie Nneka Ihim during a recent interview. As we reported, Nneka and Wendy got off to a rough start thanks to Ashley Darby. During a recent episode, Ashley misconstrued some of Nneka’s words while she was attempting to relay information back to Wendy. She said Nneka brought up an article to her that alleged Wendy’s family is Osu. And they are looked at as outcasts. Ashley also told Wendy that Nneka shaded her PhD. In reality, Ashley was the one who brought up the Osu allegations. Nneka only said that it is true that the Osu are treated like outcasts. But she had no idea if Wendy’s family was Osu or not.
When it comes to Wendy’s PhD, Nneka only acquired what Wendy studied. She then repeated that Wendy is a doctor of philosophy after Ashley confirmed Wendy’s educational background.
After Ashley realized she may have caused some drama between Wendy and Nneka, she clarified what was actually said. And she apologized for getting things mixed up. She said she had too many drinks. Interestingly enough, Candiace Dillard Bassett believes Ashley’s actions were intentional. Well, tension will play out between Nneka and Wendy for the first time on the next episode.
During the latest episode, Nneka said she heard that Wendy was accusing her of using her name to get into the group. And it was alleged Wendy’s mother told people she was going to handle Nneka with a shrine.
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When Wendy was asked about this not too long ago, she said she was disappointed because Nneka was displaying xenophobia when she should know better as a fellow Nigerian-American.
In a preview, Karen Huger invites all the ladies and their husbands to a get-together. But when she tries to push everyone to put everything out on the table, Juan Dixon excuses himself.
Nneka then says to Ashley, “A message between us got lost.”
Ashley tells Wendy, “Nneka brought up that a conversation she and I had had. And I delivered the message wrong to you. And I told her that I told you the wrong thing.”
Nneka responds, “And I appreciate that.”
Candiace asks both ladies if they are good now that things have been clarified.
Nneka answers, “I don’t know her to have a problem with her.”
Wendy says, “Like I don’t know her…to have a problem with her.” This seemingly annoys Nneka, “Didn’t I just say that? So you’re repeating what I’m saying. Okay.”
Regardless, Wendy reiterates she doesn’t know Nneka.
“I’m not repeating what you’re saying. I don’t know you, that’s a fact.”
Nneka goes on to say that she heard that Wendy has a problem with her.
“But I did hear you have a problem with me, so…”
Wendy feels this is absurd, “What?! So how do I have a problem with you if I don’t know you?”