Porsha Williams Tells NeNe Leakes She Needs Anger Management on 'RHOA' -- Watch! (Exclusive)
By Brice Sander
The “Freak and Fraud” feud is alive and well on The Real Housewives of Atlanta.
ET has your exclusive first look at Sunday’s all-new episode of RHOA, which finds the ladies sitting down for dinner on a girls’ getaway. Sheree Whitfield asks everyone to raise their glasses in honor of “rekindling friendships,” then immediately brings up the fact that NeNe Leakes and Porsha Williams are still at odds. NeNe did not invite Porsha to her “White Party” the weekend before, following their tense exchange earlier this season over comments NeNe made about Porsha and Phaedra Parks on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen earlier in the year.
NeNe said Porsha and Phaedra, whom she called “Freak and Fraud,” were “declassing” the show, which Porsha interpreted as calling for her to be fired. NeNe has been adamant that she never said the word “fired.” She simply answered a question about who she would remove from the group.
“I wanna know why you’re angry with me,” Porsha fires at NeNe. “I wanna know what it is, going on with our relationship.”
“It seems like you’re more angry with me,” NeNe spouts back. “You’re the one that’s in anger management.”
“You need to be!” Porsha responds.
The conversation devolves into a she said, she said between NeNe and Porsha, and of course the drama with Phaedra planting lies about Kandi Burruss resurfaces. Porsha tries to play it off, saying that is on Phaedra and not her -- even though Porsha helped to spread the lies.
“We are all responsible for our actions,” she tells the ladies.
Naturally, NeNe bursts out laughing and Kandi rolls her eyes, adding a confessional, “I know Porsha didn’t just say, ‘We all need to be accountable.’”
Expect more from NeNe and Porsha’s feud on The Real Housewives of Atlanta, airing Sundays at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo. In October, Porsha told ET they have a lot of “unfinished business” between them.
“On her part, she was pretty much minding business that she really wasn’t involved in when she got back,” she said. “She wasn’t there for two years. So, it just kinda, like, exploded when we had the conversation.”
“It’s just, like, drama everywhere,” Porsha added. “This season, I would say the theme would be frenemies. People you think would be friends all of a sudden are enemies, and then they’re friends again. It was so much going on, it was hard to keep up!”
For more on season 10 of RHOA, check out our chat with Cynthia Bailey below.