The feud between Nene Leakes and Kenya Moore is never-ending.
The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” stars nearly came to blows on the latest episode of the show, and it seems Leakes is completely over Moore’s antics this season.
On Sunday night’s episode, Moore threw major shade at Tanya Sam‘s relationship while she and the ladies were at dinner during their Toronto, Canada, trip last summer. Moore found out from a local Atlanta bakery owner that Sam’s fiancé Paul Judge allegedly hit on her and the two exchanged numbers.
Knowing this information, the former Miss USA pageant winner asked the “RHOA” gang, including Sam, if they would want to know if their significant others were cheating on them. When the ladies seemingly didn’t feed into Moore’s plan to tell Sam, she decided to drop the topic.
Leakes slammed Moore for being “messy” toward Sam and said the 48-year-old mother needed to worry about her own relationship with her estranged husband Marc Daly.
“I know one thing, Kenya need to worry about her own marriage. OK? That’s what she need to do,” Leakes said on her “Life of Nene” YouTube Channel on Tuesday. “Stop worrying about somebody else’s marriage and their relationship. Girl, you haven’t even been able to keep none of the men that you’ve ever brought on the show. They’re all gone with the wind. You should cut it out.”
Fans instantly sounded off on Leakes’ shade.
“Damn NeNe ‘Kenyas men are gone with the wind’ 😂 YOU SHOULD HAVE SAVE THAT COMMENT FOR THE REUNION #twirl”
“Now Neen just last season your marriage was on the brinks. OMG lol you are a roller coaster”
“She didn’t lie Kenya was messy for what she did to Tanya, but at what age do you put childish things behind you?! This makes them both look like 🤡”
On Sunday, Moore addressed the backlash she received over the incident with Sam, tweeting, “I actually liked Tanya at that point in the show. IF I was going to tell her I would have. As I said in my interview, if someone is going to find out anything about their man, it won’t be from me. #rhoa.”
Moore has yet to respond to Leakes’ disparaging remarks.