NeNe Leakes And Gregg Leakes' Son, Brentt Has The Most Exciting Q&A With His Parents - Check Out His YouTube Video
NeNe Leakes announced her fans that her and Gregg Leakes' son, Brentt Leakes uploaded a really entertaining Q&A with his parents on his YouTube channel. You can also check out the clip below.
Here's NeNe's announcement on her social media account:
'Go check out this fun YOUTUBE interview done by my son @kingbrentt HE ASKED GREGG AND I ALL KINDS OF THINGS! SUBSCRIBE TO HIS CHANNEL #hegetitfromhismomma #casaleakes #hbic #thethreat,' NeNe captioned her post.
Someone said: 'NeNe you're star is shining so bright everyone trying to catch it. Keeping shining Queen😘,[' and one other follower posted this: 'It was a fun video, you're funny without even trying 😂, continued blessings.'
Someone else said :'Nene U are the Queen. is so sad that these Ladies are coming for u, for a show u lead all this time and make a way for all these Ladies to be on TV. but I really blamed the Bravo Executives who should've let the Ladies know that I have come all the way and made this platform a successful one. But be Strong @Nene Leakes and have a word with the Executives. we love u from London, and u are the reason we watch the RHOA. Bravo to u my Queen.'
Another person on YouTube said: 'Now, this what you call people with a great personality and fun to watch when you can drown out the sound from the pool and still enjoy the video. 😂'
Someone else praised Brentt as well and wrote: 'Brent is the 🌟 Star. He has managed to make me like Nene again. It shows her in her motherly & wife roles. It was beautiful to 👀 the family dynamics. Brentt should take OVER Nene entire public relations. He's a natural and Greg has ALWAYS been a 💎 gem. Son takes after father. Opposites attract and Nene has to be the outspoken one in the relationship. We get it😊. Good job.'
NeNe's fans got really upset these days following the latest news involving Vivica A. Fox! The latter suggested that NeNe might be using drugs, and this came right after her decision to seek therapy following RHOA.