NeNe Leakes Claps Back At Fan Who Accuses Her Of Mistreating Her Husband, Gregg Leakes Amidst His Cancer Battle

NeNe Leakes Claps Back At Fan Who Accuses Her Of Mistreating Her Husband, Gregg Leakes Amidst His Cancer Battle
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Gregg Leakes has been diagnosed with colon cancer for a while now, and this is the reason for which he possibly deserves more understanding. But we're not denying that it may be hard to be in his wife's shoes as well.

NeNe Leakes seems to be fed up with him being so miserable to everyone that is around him.

Gregg recently posted an inspirational message on Instagram, yesterday November 29 and his wife told him to listen to his own advice.

Here's what he wrote:

'Love the people who treat u right. Forgive the ones who don’t just because you can. Believe everything happens for a reason.'

'Well, u need to do everything you posted!' Nene said in a now-deleted comment that was captured by The Shade Room, per E! News.

She said 'Practice what you preach…You need to pray for yourself! This mean, grouchy, evil stuff u pulling these days are NOT cool.'

When a person in the comments section slammed NeNe, saying that she was a 'cool piece of work' for attacking her cancer-stricken husband, she made sure to clap back.

'Chileeee shut up! Gregg has done so much s–t. It didn’t just start! While u commenting saying s–t to me, ask him what has he done! Oh, and by the way, Gregg isn’t bed stricken and needing daily help! You got it twisted,' she wrote.

'I would just think [that] if I have or had cancer, I would see life so differently!' NeNe later wrote on Twitter. 'Not being mean, grouchy and evil for no real reason! But that’s me. Pray for me. …I’m ALWAYS the bad guy. So I’ll take that. If you only knew.'

What do you think about NeNe's behavior? Is she being mean or she might be going through something that a few people can understand during these moments?

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  • Betty Jackson
    Betty Jackson Dec 1, 2018 6:25 AM PST

    Nene has a very loving heart. I to have cared for the ill and through fault of their own, they can say and do things that cut to the core. I can only imagine Greg's thoughts knowing his life may be ending. However, the caretaker may also be experiencing anger, grief and denial. The only thing that should to this couple who have faced so many adversaries and survived, is prayers. IJS

  • Atina Thorn
    Atina Thorn Nov 30, 2018 11:36 PM PST

    This situation is a double edged sword. NeNe still has her health. It appears she gets much needed respite time, spending time with the other housewives, working, doing interviews etc. She has it much better than the average caregiver. Most marriage vows state 'through sickness and health. I think NeNe is being quite selfish. Sick people do and say things that they don't mean. Cancer is a lot to handle mentally and physically. My situation was somewhat different. I was the sole caregiver to my mother who suffered from Alzheimer's, despite having 5 other siblings. In its early stages my mother said and did things that she normally wouldn't. As time went on she became combative, knocked out a front tooth of mine, accused me of having an affair with my stepfather. At the time I didn't understand why these things happened and were being said. I didn't fully understand the disease at the time. I joined a support group and learned from others what to possibly expect and how to handle various circumstances that I might encounter. It was the best thing I could have done. Two years in my Mother had a stroke that left her bed bound, unable to eat orally, unable to simply move on her own. She had to be turned every 2 hours to prevent bedsores, she had to wear adult pampers and she was fed through a gastrointestinal tube. She needed constant care. I continued to work 8-12 hour days all the while. I could only afford 4 hours of outside caregiving each day. Luckily for me my Father volunteered to move in and help me with the mother of his children to whom he had been divorced from for years. My Stepfather had passed away so there was no conflict. My Father passed 4 years later. Another hurdle, I still have to work, so my older brother moved in to help. Mother lived with Alzheimer's and the stroke from 1994 until complications set in, she passed in 2010. There were many difficult times, situations and sacrifices made, but I felt she wouldn't have lived as long as she did had she been in a nursing home. She was unable to speak after the stroke and I wasn't comfortable with her being in a nursing home and not being able to let us know if she were being properly taken care of. So I said all that to say if all NeNe has to complain about is Greg being grouchy and mean she can press through those times. He can still walk, talk and do most things for himself. I don't think social media is the place to vent. This is a discussion she and he should have privately. Hopefully she won't jump ship while he is fighting for his life. Blessings for the best.

  • Chantelier Miller
    Chantelier Miller Nov 30, 2018 12:03 PM PST

    It's very hard in caring or helping our love one's in a time of challenges. They are anger with them selves and lash out to the closest to them. My Mother through her challenge would say the most ugliest things to me. The last words my mom said was she would kill me... I changed her diapers, feed her took excellent care of her. It hurts me to this day.

  • WediaBillups
    WediaBillups Nov 30, 2018 8:52 AM PST

    Awesome amen. God bless you and your family. Comfort and strength. grace and mercy.

  • latonya pressley
    latonya pressley Nov 30, 2018 8:48 AM PST

    It's not about u Nene it's about ur sick husband first. for all that ur going through can u imagine what he's going through. And y would u let the world see u feeling that way with ur husband at this time... SMH ?. Then for her to try to defend herself is pitiful. I feel sorry for Gregg not Nene.

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