RHOA: What is the end game for NeNe Leakes & her twitter campaigns?

NeNe Leakes (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images)
NeNe Leakes (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images) /

NeNe Leakes has been very vocal since leaving The Real Housewives of Atlanta about how Bravo did her wrong.  NeNe says that she’s had these feelings for years but kept quiet in fear of retaliation and now she’s hoping to rally others for a change.  The issue a lot of people have with this campaign is that NeNe seemed to be fine while she was benefitting from the Bravo machine, but now she’s flipped the script since she is no longer benefitting.

Her most recent tweets note that those still working for the network fear retaliation, discrimination, and unequal pay.  She also claims that they have been paying people off to not get involved in the mess and to keep the “dirty work going.”

At this point, it doesn’t seem that NeNe has the impact she used to.  A lot of former fans feel that she was her own worst enemy.  Her own attitude and behavior was her downfall, not the network blacklisting her from working.  Not to mention her acting wasn’t great.  Please see her cameo on the Coin Master game ads.

If NeNe really felt the environment was too toxic and every executive at Bravo is evil, why not just move on?  Go work on the projects that make you happy and enjoy your life post-Bravo.  Prior to this campaign, NeNe was telling people to sign a petition to boycott Bravo TV/NBC UNIVERSAL.  The petition received just under 15,000 signatures.   She claimed they demoted her and promoted white women in her place.

RHOA’s NeNe Leakes is still rallying fans against Bravo, but what does she actually want to get out of this situation?

But what it all comes down to is what NeNe actually wants to get out of these various campaigns.  Her own show?  Recognition from Bravo?  If Bravo is the evil corporation she is saying it is, why would she be trying so hard to get back on the network?  It doesn’t make sense to spend your time disparaging them for their evil ways in a bid to get your own show with them.

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We definitely agree that NeNe deserves recognition for her time on the network, but this seems like a losing game.  Time to move on and enjoy your life, NeNe, leaving Bravo in the rearview!

The Real Housewives of Atlanta is on Bravo on Sundays.