As expected, this week’s episode of “Real Housewives of Atlanta” caused drama between the ladies of the cast. Nene Leakes and Porsha Williams have taken their feud to social media.
During tonight’s program, Kandi Burruss shared with the ladies some information she received concerning Porsha’s new man, Dennis McKinley, and a few of his ex-girlfriends. After spilling the tea, Nene and Cynthia Bailey advised her not to tell Porsha because it may come off the wrong way.
The information ended up getting back to Porsha that caused a domino effect. Williams confronted Dennis who confronted his exes who ended up confronting Kandi. Whew!
At a wine tasting, the “OLG” owner brought up the situation at the table. Porsha brushed it off as if the situation didn’t bother her but you can tell by the way she reacted — she wasn’t happy about the things she found out.
The issue that weighed heaviest on Kandi’s mind was who the culprit was that spilled the beans when they were the ones who advised her not to in the first place. Burruss already had her suspicions that it was Nene but Leakes promptly denied it.
A confessional scene showed Porsha indicating that it was indeed Nene who let her know about the conversation that was brought up.
The 50-year-old immediately went on Instagram to say: “When you a ride or die chick!!!! Hey lil sis, i got your back! Lil sis: yeah ok! Then throws big sis under the bus! What the F***??♀️”
Nene knows that was editing! Everyone can see that was the last part of a sentence asked waay after the lunch even took place! They added it to make it seem like I confessed who told me. I never said Nene told me what Kandis said. I only said why nene felt it may be kept from me!
— Porsha Williams (@Porsha4real) December 3, 2018
Porsha hit back with: “So you text me and ask me a question then make an assumption. Now you come on social media and blast me ! B**** you got me twisted. #fakeash*** #cutthecrap”
She then vented on Twitter that the scene was a product of editing.
“Nene knows that was editing! Everyone can see that was the last part of a sentence asked waay after the lunch even took place! They added it to make it seem like I confessed who told me. I never said Nene told me what Kandis said. I only said why nene felt it may be kept from me!”
Who do you believe?