The door is closed! Real Housewives of Atlanta star NeNe Leakes is usually at odds with a few of her costars on the Bravo hit reality TV series, but now she’s turning against executive producer Andy Cohen. During the Sunday, March 10, episode of his late night talk show Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen, Andy learned that NeNe had unfollowed him on Instagram after they filmed the explosive RHOA reunion.
“I actually heard that she unfollowed everyone on the cast except Shamari [DeVoe] after the reunion,” the 50-year-old said, then added that NeNe, 51, was also still following her best friend, Marlo Hampton. “Suffice to say, I don’t think NeNe was thrilled when she left the reunion,” Andy said.
He later added, “By the way, the control room is telling me Nene also unfollowed me. They said she unfollowed me from Instagram for sure and she’s still following me on Twitter.”
It’s unclear what exactly went down between NeNe, Andy and the rest of her RHOA costars, but when a fan noticed NeNe’s unfollowing spree and took to Twitter to ask Andy about it, he responded, “The whole table was reset for next season.”
The whole table was reset for next season.
— Andy Cohen (@Andy) March 8, 2019
NeNe hasn’t had it easy this season. NeNe filmed through much of her husband Gregg Leakes‘ health issues. Gregg had undergone treatment for stage 3 colon cancer, and she said it was hard for her to care for him during his recovery because he was “mean” and “grouchy.”
And then there was the closet scandal. During a recent episode, NeNe had an outburst during filming when her costars Kandi Burruss and Porsha Williams went into her closet even after NeNe repeatedly asked them not too. When one of the RHOA cameramen followed, NeNe reached out and grabbed him by the shirt, accidentally ripping it.
During her Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen appearance on March 3, NeNe defended her reaction. “No, I did not [overreact],” NeNe said. “How [are you going to] overreact in your own home? … You don’t have the right to go through my house, open up my doors, my closet, my pantries, none of that, you would feel [disrespected] … When you come to my house, you are not going to disrespect my home. So, they were not in the right.”