Despite Kenya Moore believing [NeNe] is threatened by her because she’s the next rising star in Realitywood, “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star NeNe Leakes responded to Kenya’s accusations of gay bashing (calling Brandon a ‘Queen’) and defends her pajama party on Monday.
NeNe took to her blog this morning to explain how her pajama event came about by saying:
“I created this game called “Pillow Talk.” It all started from Gregg and I basically discussing our day or any issues we had with each other at the end of our day once we got in bed at night. Obviously this party is for adults only with adult topics and content that build unity, start conversation and debates between couples, friends, and even strangers! All the guests that were invited knew in advance what the dress code was and what my intentions were — to build unity within the group.”
She reveals that she didn’t come up with the relationship card questions and takes a teeny bit of blame, but not for the way things escalated and got out of control:
“Yes, questions were being asked that some were uncomfortable with! I DID NOT write the questions, but I asked them, so blame me for that! I’ll accept that! I’ll even accept you saying I stirred the pot, but I can’t take the blame for uncontrollable adults picking up their fists to fight. Everyone is responsible for their own actions! Well, how do you have a debate without controversy? I guess you don’t! I don’t want to rehash this conversation any more than I already have. I already stated that Kenya charged out of her seat, and whether you could see it or not she did, and I stand by that! I also said Christopher NEVER touched her in an aggressive way. He was only trying to stop her from charging his wife, and I stand by that! I’m the first to tell you that a man should never touch a woman aggressively, and he didn’t!”
NeNe also responded to Kenya’s accusations of gay bashing on Watch What Happens Live:
“P.S. Did I hear someone say I was “gay bashing” because I called Brandon a queen? Really? Bravo has a show called Fashion Queens with two very out gay men in women’s clothing, makeup, jewelry, and high heels! Are they “gay bashing”? Try something else, boo, because that won’t work! Girl, bye.”
Spotted at RealityTEA