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Bravo Upset With NeNe For 'Not Bringing It' This Season Of ‘RHOA’

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Nov. 19 2014, Published 6:45 a.m. ET

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Bravo isn't happy with Real Housewives of Atlanta star NeNe Leakes, and behind the scenes the network is accusing the reality starlet of not bringing enough drama to the current season, can exclusively report.

"The bosses aren't happy at all with NeNe, and think she held back during filming of RHOA,” network sources dish to Radar. “It's obvious to fans that NeNe just doesn't want to be on the show anymore. NeNe is so over the top and so sassy that when those things didn't materialize all that often during filming, producers took notice."

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But not everything surrounding Leakes is suddently drama-free. The 46 year old has come under fire from castmates Cynthia Bailey and Kenya Moore as the show’s seventh season begins, with former pal Bailey sniping that Leakes has always been a fair-weather friend and threatened by those who could steal her spotlight.

And during a recent interview with Good Morning America, Leakes dished on her belief that new RHOA cast members were desperate for fame. “I don’t like when they come on and they’re doing so much…It really disturbs me because when we started with me and Kim Zolciak way back, we were just being ourselves, and new girls come on and they do so much just to be on camera for a few minutes.”


Radar’s insider scoffs at Leakes' claims, noting, "There is no bigger diva in any of the Housewives franchises than her. Period. She can be very, very difficult to work with. She seems to have forgotten that RHOA made her a star."​



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