NeNe Leakes melted down and stormed out of a group event after being confronted by her co-stars on Sunday night's edition of the Real Housewives of Atlanta.
Bravo's queen bee couldn't stand the heat in the kitchen as she supported Phaedra Parks at her charity lunch event, in which successful African American men mentored black boys.
"I'm not interested in seeing the other girls at all," Leakes told the cameras, saying she was going right back to New York, where she was .
While the other housewives dished out meals, however, they asked Leakes why she had abruptly fled their group therapy session with Dr. Jeff Gardere which was shown on an earlier episode.
Claudia Jordan told Leakes her departure that day had been "explosive."
Leakes said she had felt like everyone had come after her, and scoffed to the cameras, "They want to be like, 'We're friends' -- you full of sh*t!"
The ladies had sent Leakes a video message at the end of therapy, but Leakes told Jordan (who insisted the message in the clip was authentic) she thought "it was pretty phony."
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Leakes said it was unfair that people pointed fingers at her because "everybody here has done wrong.
"Whatever you guys did with Dr. Jeff, I hope it was productive," she sneered. "I'm ready to move forward."
However, Cynthia Bailey said in confessional that the only way Leakes moved forward was out the door. Jordan blamed her for being a quitter and Leakes got angry as those sitting inside the charity event overheard the kitchen commotion.
Jordan chased after Leakes as she walked away, and someone told Parks of the hubbub.
Parks, who spearheaded the event because her own young sons have an incarcerated father (Apollo Nida), vowed not to let the "crazy heifers" spoil it.
But Leakes told Parks she was leaving, while Jordan said in confessional, "I want answers and I think I deserve them."
Leakes, who also didn't go on the cast's trip to the Philippines, told her husband Gregg, "I don't want to be bothered," as they drove away.
Also on Sunday's episode, viewers saw Kandi Burruss discussing her ongoing problems with husband Todd Tucker, and contemplating their visit to a fertility doctor.
First, Burruss confided to her Kandi Factory employees they were trying to get the marriage back on track after a rocky time.
Later, she and Tucker had dinner and he mentioned their upcoming one-year anniversary.
"I don't know if we're going to make it to the anniversary," Burruss told him flatly.
She complained because he'd been working in Los Angeles while she was in Atlanta, they couldn't connect.
Tucker's solution was sex and he asked Burruss, "You ovulating?"
Burruss wasn't, and asked him, "You still want a baby?"
Tucker told the cameras because the TV show he was producing in L.A. got green lit, he was hesitating about having a baby with Burruss during the busy time.
He suggested she accompany him to L.A. and pursue music projects there, but Burruss, 38, said she couldn't leave daughter Riley, 12, alone in Atlanta for weeks.
Meanwhile, the couple planned to consult a fertility doctor.