Who is the “snake” among the ladies of Atlanta?
“That person needs to step up, because you need to be asly dog and a little snake in front of everybody,” Kenya said as she tried to find out the identity of the culprit.
“Don’t bring it up unless you can really show the receipts,” she warned.
However, Radar readers already knew the identity of the “snake” is a good friend of the cast and she certainly wasn’t alone in stirring the pot in Atlanta a source claimed.
“Of course, Yovanna is the ‘snake’ they all speak of, but she didn’t do it all by herself,” an insider claimed, identifying Gail “Yovanna” Momplaisir as the “snake.”
“Yovanna dishes out so much trash talking, stirring up trouble, but Cynthia and Kenya are in the middle of it all.”
Cynthia denied she has been stabbing NeNe in the back, but her nemesis didn’t believe her and said she had the receipts.
“I don’t care what Cynthia has said, I’m just telling you that she has,” NeNe explained to Kandi Burruss on the show. “Not only that, she spoke to someone else that we both know in common and talked about me like a dog and unfortunately for her, they recorded everything she said.”
The OG of the ATL swore to keep Yovanna’s identity secret, but said in her confessional that she knew the contents of the tape.
“There is some sort of audio of Cynthia saying really horrible things about me.”
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During NeNe’s confessional, a producer asked her: “Okay, who took the recordings of Cynthia?” and she refused to answer. "Why would I tell you that, honey?"
NeNe’s constant need for adulation was Cynthia’s breaking point, she said.
"How 'bout this," she said during the hit Bravo show. "I don't give a damn about the receipts. I don't care what she got on recording. I don't care what she got to say about me. The bottom line is, as long as I was kissing her ass and being her friend, I was Michelle Obama. And the minute that I wasn't, I'm over here, dirt on the floor. So, she can keep her recordings and stick them up her a**."
Cynthia shrugged off the controversy. "I don't care what she has. I am sure that I have talked about NeNe in defense of all the things she's said about me, and if somebody felt the need to record it then somebody recorded it. So what,” she said on the show.
Yovanna insisted she wasn’t the “snake,” during the episode. “Who said I recorded Cynthia?" she asked. "I ain't no spy. No, not at all.”
Stirring The Pot
Kenya could never stay out of the drama, a source previously told Radar. “She just inserts herself in every situation and it makes Porsha and Cynthia step away from her,” the source said about Kenya’s trash talking that ends up burning her only friends on the show.