Gregg Leakes Asks For Prayers On Social Media: "Cancer Leave Me Alone"

Gregg Leakes Asks For Prayers On Social Media: "Cancer Leave Me Alone"
Credit: Source: Bravo

This doesn't look good. 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' star Gregg Leakes is asking for prayers amidst his battle with cancer.

The husband of Nene Leakes took to Instagram to ask his followers to pray for him because he wasn't feeling well.

Gregg appeared in a baseball cap that read 'I Believe!' as he captioned the photo: "No feeling well today America..Cancer leave me alone...I Bind you in the name of Jesus.."


He shared an additional post this time accompanying the image with: "Standing in the “Need of Prayer” in Every area of my Life..My Health, Family, My Wife, My Kids Every area.. Cmon Prayer Warriors.."

Luckily, the Bravolebrity has some supportive fans who took the time to type out encouraging words and prayers.

"Lord you no his needs. I ask that you continue to give him and his family strength and endurance. Order his steps that he may lead his family as you lead him. It is in Jesus name. Amen and Amen again. We're praying with you @greggleakes"

"Praying that God’s peace surround you, wife and family! May he restore what is bruised! God is our Source that will provide the resources for every area in our lives! Stay encouraged and continue looking to the hills from which cometh your help! Binding & rebuking the enemy’s plan in Jesus name! Sealing this prayer with the blood of Jesus! No weapons formed may prosper!"


"Praying for you Gregg stay strong"

This comes after it was revealed that Leakes has been battling stage three colon cancer. The businessman underwent multiple operations already and was recently in remission.

The last fans heard about Gregg was that he chose not to complete chemotherapy for any remaining undetectable cancer cells that could spread. He has instead chosen to go the natural route.

Hopefully, Gregg stays in good spirits and the cancer doesn't progress. Nene Leakes has not commented on the situation as of yet.


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  • Mary Bonner
    Mary Bonner Jan 8, 2019 10:50 AM PST

    Greetings Greg I’m praying your strength in the Lord. Being a third stage cancer survivor myself and undergoing 12 rounds of chemo therapy I’m doing well. Thanks be to the strength of our Lord I know that he did it for me he will do it for you.

  • Phyllis Hallman
    Phyllis Hallman Jan 7, 2019 9:34 AM PST

    To Mr. Leakes, Praying for you --just a suggestion /question have you changed your diet: removing sugar, white flour products, pasta, cheese ( I believe God created the body to heal itself) --- and tried juicing and take turmeric in a capsule form ( 2 cap a day for a week then 1 cap daily) this is Just a suggestion -- 2015 told had cervical Cancer changed diet, fasted and prayed looking to God --went for biopsy NO cancer, 2018 developed a abscess started taking turmeric (still taking) abscess gone ---I'm praying for you God is real and true to his words --HE IS A HEALER--KEEP THE FAITH IN GOD

  • Roberta
    Roberta Jan 7, 2019 8:45 AM PST

    Greg greg... you need chemotherapy esp if it hasn't hit stage 4. At the very least it will extend your life years. My friend has been on folfox chemo for same stage 3

  • Bridgett Redd
    Bridgett Redd Jan 6, 2019 6:34 PM PST

    Mr. Greg Leaks, May God's covenant comfort and protect you always, hold on to God's unchanging hand and claim the victory now because its already done. May our Lord Jesus Christ build a fence around you and your family family. Blessings to you and your family

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