NeNe Leakes Slams Fellow Housewives For Frugal Condolence Gifts, Says Cynthia Bailey 'Didn't Even Come To The Repast'
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NeNe Leakes Slams Fellow Housewives For Frugal Condolence Gifts, Says Cynthia Bailey 'Didn't Even Come To The Repast'

Bravo’s The Real Housewives Of Atlanta OG and alum NeNe Leakes has not been happy with her former castmates and their efforts since her husband Gregg Leakes died in September ear after a courageous fight with colon cancer.

Leakes has several bones to pick, but the biggest appears to be with Cynthia Bailey.

Leakes appeared on V-103’s The Neighborhood Talk Wednesday morning and shared that Bailey was not there for her.

“[Cynthia] didn’t even come to the repast. She did come like a week later after everything was done,” Leakes stated. "She came by my lounge."

"It’s really hard to explain ‘Housewives.' It’s almost like a dysfunctional family," she said.

In a previous interview with Page Six, Bailey shared she was glad she missed the celebration of life for Gregg because it gave her some time with Leakes.

“I’m really glad, honestly looking back, that I didn’t make it to the actual celebration because I think if I had, I never would have had the moment that I got to have with her just hanging out with her at her lounge and pretty much closing the place down like we really got to spend some one-on-one time together.”

Leakes did not stop with just Bailey.

She continued by addressing the frugal condolence gifts she received from fellow friends and housewives.

“Actually I was surprised because the first set of flowers I got was a bouquet from like all the Housewives, like they went in together,” Leakes recalled. “I’m like, ‘Why do y’all need to go in together and buy some damn flowers? If all y’all work … you can spend your own $200. That’s the way I’ve always been.”

Leakes has never been one to bite her tongue and it is apparent that she is not happy with the lack of love she received.

 

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