Nene Leakes Drags Andy Cohen 2 Days After Wendy Williams’ ‘WWHL’ Chat: ‘No One Knew You Until You Knew Me’

There seems to be no love lost between Nene Leakes and Andy Cohen. The ‘RHOA’ alum, who recently departed from the show,  addressed Andy directly in a YouTube video, asking the ‘WWHL’ host to ‘leave me alone!’

Nene Leakes wants Andy Cohen and Wendy Williams to let her leave The Real Housewives of Atlanta “in peace” — instead of discussing her departure from the franchise on their respective television shows. In a 7-minute YouTube video posted on September 29, Nene addressed her broken relationships with the talk show hosts. Nene’s response came two days after Wendy appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen and spoke “negatively” about Nene.

“Well, as you know, I’ve done his show more times than he has… He knows exactly what he was going to ask her,” Nene said, implying that Andy and Wendy’s conversation about her RHOA exit was premeditated. “They have forced out of the franchise,” Nene said — a claim that will be addressed in a later video, she noted.

″So since I have been forced out of the franchise, then leave my name alone. Let me sit over here and heal in peace, okay? Leave me alone,” Nene went on. Addressing Andy directly, she said, “If you don’t have anything positive to say about me after working at your network for 13 years, stop bringing up my name on your show to help your ratings. Stop it.” 

Nene continued, “You didn’t want me here. You’ve been forcing me out for the last four years. There’s no reason why you need to keep bringing me up and talking so negatively of me. If I don’t mean s–t to you … stop bringing up my name. Leave me alone, let me leave in peace. Leave me alone,” she said. “I do not address you guys. When I do address you guys, it’s because you guys have been sitting here poking the bear over and over again and that is not something you should be doing.” 

As for her exit from RHOA, after helping launch the franchise in 2009? — Nene said she’s made peace with her decision to leave. “It was not an easy decision. I do know that the decision that I did make was the right decision for me at this time in my life,” she said, explaining, “I am at peace with that decision. It has been very hard for me. I have had many sleepless nights. I know everyone knows me as a strong woman, but please not that I am human and I have hurt and I have cried. I’ve had the most sleepless nights… It has been a very very emotional rollercoaster. This was not anything that I just woke up one morning and decided to do.”

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