Kenya Moore suggests NeNe Leakes should "ultimately" leave "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" after their feud, calling her the "worst friend anyone could ask for."
Now that Kenya Moore returned to "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" for its 12th season, her feud with NeNe Leakes resurrected as well.
Kenya Moore attends a show guesting | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine
After an argument that almost got physical, Moore believes it'd be best for the entire show if Leakes just left as she is the one that keeps sparking drama between co-stars.
“I think that’s ultimately what needs to happen because the show’s just not a good place for her right now.”
The feud between Moore and Leakes keeps getting worse, as, in a Twitter rant spree, the latter said her co-star deserves to be "spit on."
According to NeNe, Kenya has been doing "horrible things" to her, and that led to a heated fight which was shown on their reality TV show.
In one trailer, NeNe is seen being held back as Kenya sits down, laughing. Leakes then tries to spit on her, which was the last straw for Kenya for them to ever become friends again.
"Once someone tries to spit on you, I think they're not ever gonna be friends with you."
Leakes, later on, tried to respond to Kenya's statement, saying she didn't spit, but wish she did. She goes on to narrate all the things that the former Miss USA allegedly said to her, including calling her "bipolar" and accusing her of doing drugs.
Kenya's return to "RHOA" had people wishing the two would reconnect and reconcile, but with how things are going nowadays, it seems that won't be happening at all.
Towards the end of the season's first half, NeNe and Kenya were already at each other's throats, with Leakes screaming at Kenya asking her to "shut up," with security having to pry her off to avoid further altercations.
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