Nene Leakes Says She's Been Blacklisted, Harrassed And Followed: 'Support Black Women'
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Nene Leakes Says She's Been Blacklisted, Harrassed And Followed: 'Support Black Women'

Nene Leakes is alleging foul play when it comes to her career. The 55-year-old reality star OG updated her Instagram account where she placed the word Blacklisted in her bio. She also used posted several images in her feed to tell all to “Support Black Women.”

It’s unclear if Leakes truly feels she is blacklisted or rather blacklisted could be the title of a new venture or show. But per her Twitter posts, it seems like the former.

She also wrote on Twitter, "They always Blacklist you when you tell the truth."

In another tweet, she said she's been harassed and followed.

She wrote, “Stop harassing me, my business and my family! Stop having me followed, stop blacklisting black women for speaking the truth, stop paying off attorneys to not file discrimination claims! STOP IT.”

While her presence may have decreased since leaving the 'The Real Housewives of Atlanta' back in 2020 after failing to reach a desired contract, Leakes has managed to continue to secure the bag

She has her Swagg Boutique, The Linnethia Lounge and has been filming BET’s College Hill celebrity edition on the campus of Houston’s Texas Southern University.

Leakes has expressed interest to return to RHOA after the untimely passing of her late husband, Gregg, in September of 2021.

“Yeah, sure, I’ll return to the show,” Leakes shared last year. “I’m OK with returning to the show as long as we can work through a few things.”

Although Leakes was open to returning, Cohen has kept his focus on what’s in front of him.

When asked about Leakes’ return on The Real, Cohen shared, “You know, we are in the midst of shooting season 14 of the Atlanta housewives, and it’s great and Marlo has her peach and Shereé is back, and we have some new faces and some great faces and Kenya Moore is on fire, and so I am really focused right now on season 14 of the housewives of Atlanta and not really looking beyond that right now.”

Check out Leakes' 'Support Black Women' posts below:


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