Nene Leakes Compares Being ‘Ganged Up On’ During RHOA Reunion To George Floyd

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Nene Leakes Compares Being ‘Ganged Up On’ During RHOA Reunion To George Floyd

Nene Leakes referenced the tragic death of George Floyd to her experience on Bravo’s “Real Housewives of Atlanta.”

In a recent interview, Nene Leakes addressed why she left the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” season 12 reunion after part 2. She said,

“I was not in part three at all okay, because again we are talking about the very negative side of the show…that I just don’t feel it’s necessary to do to make a great show.  
Nene Leakes has been very vocal during this time of unrest as the world is rising up to use their voices for justice towards systemic racism in the wake of the death of George Floyd.  She compared the feeling of being “ganged up on” to the death of George Floyd.
“It was just too negative one. Two, I felt very ganged up on, and for all of you out there who can say they don’t know what ganged up on is, Google the definition of “gang up.”  Gang up is more than one person on a person at the same time. George Floyd was ganged up on, so no he was physically ganged up on, and I have felt verbally ganged up on many times and that is not fair to me. And I’ve asked for that to not happen constantly, and it has been it has continued over and over again.”

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Nene Leakes goes on to say that since she is the only one being attacked by most of the women.
“It’s three and four people and when this show has five and six women on it, who are supposed to be showing their lives and their business and their highs and their lows, why am I being the only person attacked here why am I the only person that everything is being directed to?”
She added that she should be getting everyone else’s check.
“Everybody on this cast is being paid, so everybody needs to carry their weight okay. I don’t think its fair to put the weight on the shoulders of one person. If I need to carry the weight of the entire show then I need you to give me everyone’s check okay? And I need you to be fair about my check and my pay okay since I am the one that’s constantly being attacked I am the one that is always everybody’s got to gang up on and also it’s not fun being ganged up on.  And the one thing I can’t stand it’s up here to be like oh what she wasn’t getting up on she said this I listen I always can hold my weight that’s not a problem at the gang part  it’s not a fair thing to do to somebody.”
Nene Leakes says that being ganged up on can lead to mental side effects,
“When you constantly do that on television to one person you know,  you may not understand, it doesn’t matter how tough they appear on the outside you don’t know what you might be doing to them on the inside, you also may not understand or know that you may be doing something very mental to them that you shouldn’t, that I just don’t think it’s fair to do.”

Check out the full interview below:

Nene Leakes recently used her platform to speak out against large companies and the executives that sit at the top.  She took to her Instagram page and wrote,

All of these companies coming out with large contributions toward social justice!  Clearly there are lots of executives sitting in these offices with no heart & no feelings!  You sit there knowing a black persons hasn’t been treated equal but you don’t care!  I just want you to know, your a piece of sh*t

What are your thoughts on Nene Leakes comparing her time on the show to George Floyd’s Death?

Authored by: Demi Lobo