NeNe Leakes had a very public fall-out with Bravo when she accused the network and Andy Cohen of racism. But on her recent appearance on “The Real” talk show, NeNe admitted that she is open to returning to the show, although she still has some issues to hash out with Cohen. NeNe’s husband recently passed away after battling colon cancer.

Kenya Moore and NeNe Leakes are not known to be best friends. At least from what it seemed through out the seven seasons they shared on screen. However, Moore noted in her interview with Page Six that they are in a good place now. She also mentioned that she visited NeNe after her husband’s passing.

“I think that we’re in a decent place,” Moore told us. “I did go to Gregg’s repast and I did think that we had gotten to a place where we felt better about each other and the relationship.”

“I don’t know if that is NeNe’s decision at this point. I think it’s really kind of up to the network,”

The model also mentioned that NeNe “has a very interesting story to tell now, especially with the unfortunate passing of her husband [Gregg Leakes],”. That being said, Kenya also appreciated NeNe for her contributions to the show.

NeNe has been a Real Housewives of Atlanta OG for nearly a decade. There is no doubt that fans of the show would definitely want her back as a peach holder. Moore concluded that at the end of the day its the network’s decision to take.

Andy Cohen sounded a bit apprehensive in his comment about NeNe being back to RHOA. Before “RHOA” Season 14 premieres, Moore is set to appear on “Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip” spinoff, which begins streaming Thursday, Nov. 18, on Peacock. 

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Shifa Jahan

Shifa Jahan is a freelance writer from Bahrain currently pursuing her Masters degree in Comparative Literature from Jadavpur University, India. She is experienced in Copywriting, Academic Writing and loves to write about pop culture/ entertainment-news. Other interests include theatre, teaching, foreign languages and culture.

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