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She Can Dish It, But She Can’t Take It! Cynthia Bailey Calls Out NeNe Leakes’ ‘Shady’ Two-Faced Behavior

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Apr. 27 2014, Published 9:23 a.m. ET

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Porsha Williams and Kenya Moore aren’t the only The Real Housewives of Atlanta co-stars whose bitter feud exploded at the reunion taping earlier this month. In a new preview for the second half of the two-part special — set to air Sunday — Cynthia Bailey trades barbs with NeNe Leakes and implies she is a hypocrite!

“I don’t even know at this point, if she’s aware of how she can just be so shady,” Bailey ranted. “On her blog, she’s going in on me, but if you say anything about NeNe, she feels attacked.”

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Host Andy Cohen noted, “So you’re saying, she can dish it but she can’t take it?”

“Listen, I write a blog, and I just say how I feel,” Leakes said, refusing to apologize.

“It’s shady,” Bailey insisted.

After alleging that Leakes was two-faced, she brought up one of the blowout moments from the season: when Leakes called Bailey’s husband Peter Thomas a damn b*tch.”

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“If I’d have said ‘Gregg Leakes, you’re acting like a b*itch!’ … I do not think we’d even be having a conversation right now,” Bailey said.

Leakes complained that Bailey’s hubby should mind his own business and not stir up drama.

“My husband doesn’t need to get between me and you. If your husband has got a problem with me, he should tell you, and then you can tell me. I don’t know what you want from me,” Leakes said.

Bailey shook her head: “I want the same respect that expect from your friends.”



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