Production Staffer Reacts to NeNe Leakes’ “Erratic” Behavior
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Production Staffer Reacts to NeNe Leakes’ “Erratic” Behavior

People can’t stop talking about NeNe Leakes epic blowout with Kenya Moore. NeNe blames Kenya for starting the fight, while Kenya says she felt very attacked by NeNe. Now, a member of the Real Housewives of Atlanta production staff has approached The Fame Driven to give their take on the drama.

The show staffer keeps his or her identity anonymous, but starts off the email by saying, “I wanted to clarify for people what was not aired during the brawl.” Feeling that NeNe “has slandered” the show and its editors, the staffer says he or she wishes to set the record straight.

“For one, Nene’s erratic behavior was simply because she felt Kenya’s tardiness to her event was a devised plan for the producers to make Kenya the new star of the show,” the email reads, “and it was NOT!

As for NeNe’s “erratic” behavior, the email details a few more specifics. “Before Kenya arrived Nene was ranting, pacing, and cursing us out about how she is the star of the show, she is the relevant actress, she made The Real Housewives of Atlanta the success it is today, and she should not have to wait for Kenya to arrive to her event.”

But the show needed Kenya there before filming could begin, and when two production assistants explained this to NeNe, the writer says they were “verbally disrespected and threatened” by her.

The email says that NeNe is threatened by Kenya, and very upset that people seem to think of her as “the new star of the show.” The unnamed production staffer adds that — despite what NeNe has said — none of the fight was edited or manipulated to sabotage her.

The lines have been drawn. The sides are clear. Do you believe NeNe, or are you #TeamKenya on this one?

Source: The Fame Driven via All About TRH

02.14.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Beth Douglass
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