Yesterday NeNe Leakes celebrated Eve’s birthday on The Talk. The housewives had a great party, and NeNe wanted to share the moment with her fans on social media.
‘It’s my girl @therealeve BDAY celebration on The Talk today! Tune in #CBS’ NeNe captioned her post.
Most of her fans praised her strength and loyalty for taking such good care of Gregg Leakes since he was diagnosed with colon cancer.
Someone told her ‘Nene saw you on the View. Sharon stated she did both and is fine. I did both & mine was aggressive. B17 www.tjsupply.com works. I took other supplements as well. You have to build the white blood cells back after chemo.’
Another follower said ‘From the bottom of my heart I lobe you @neneleakes I’m over here watching the first episode of Real Housewives in tears. Greg’s face when he talked about that note made me so emotional. You both are so strong, and I’m so happy that god continues to look after your family. Man when I tell you every season I love watching you. I’m just soooooooo glad that gods made you both stronger. You’re just AWESOME. I don’t care who doesn’t like my comment. #foreverteamNENE #okkkkkkuuuuurrrrrr’
One person also wished all the best for Gregg: ‘Sending blessings to Greg you and your family ‼️ ?? strong sharing this experience with the world. Strong Black Woman!’
A commenter wrote that they are praying for NeNe and her family: ‘I haven’t had much time to watch television so I’m just seeing the show and I had to push pause and come to your page and let you know that people are praying for you and your family. When Greg started crying I started crying. Now I’m about to pray! I’ll be checking on you ???’
Someone brought up Kim Zolciak and Kenya Moore and asked NeNe this question: ‘@neneleakes if you can be open to @kimzolciakbiermann then why are you shading @thekenyamoore . Aren’t we all growing ?’
During an interview with Hollywood Life, NeNe made sure to shade her former co-stars Kenya and Kim, saying they have ‘bad energy’ and that the ‘negativity’ is gone now that they’re no longer on RHOA.
‘I’m sure the door is cracked to let some of that bad energy back in but — It’s so sad. RHOA’s my baby. I want to make sure it is successful, whatever it takes to be successful and it is so unfortunate that some of these girls cannot walk on set and smile and bring good energy. It’s so sad! Everyone knows who they are because they are not here!’