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‘RHOA’ Catfight! NeNe & Cynthia Butting Heads After Kenya Moore’s Firing

Feb. 25 2019, Updated 11:39 a.m. ET

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Gone but not forgotten.

Kenya Moore was fired from the Real Housewives of Atlanta but she’s still causing drama on the hit show, RadarOnline.com exclusively learned.

RHOA OG NeNe Leakes has been battling with Cynthia Bailey over her friendship with Moore, an insider dished to Radar.

“With Kenya gone, Cynthia has been trying to be friends with NeNe again, running right back to NeNe, but NeNe has called her out for being so hypocritical,” the source snitched.

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“NeNe ripped into Cynthia and told her ‘We wasn’t best friends when Kenya was around!’”

Bailey was one of Moore’s few allies on the show and a big supporter of hers while Leakes and others fought with her last season.

This season of filming Bailey tried to butter up Leakes, but it didn’t work.

“NeNe knows exactly who Cynthia chose before, and it was Kenya. She calls it like it is and has let Cynthia know how she feels about it. She isn’t sloppy seconds to Kenya,” the insider spilled to Radar.

Bailey has been a good friend to Leakes while her husband, Gregg Leakes, battled cancer, but their friendship took a beating.

“NeNe doesn’t need people to only be friends when it’s convenient. She doesn’t want that,” the source sniffed.

Do you think NeNe should be friends with Cynthia now? Sound off in comments below.

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