Although the former “Real Housewives of Atlanta” co-stars were at odds during Eva’s stint on the hit TV show from 2017 until this year, the 35-year-old told “ET” correspondent Brice Sander on mark 9:42 of the Oct. 8 interview that the reason behind her reconciliation with Nene following the announcement of her departure from the franchise last month was because the past issues weren’t “that deep.”
“Life is so short, and unless it’s really something that you cannot get over, unless it’s a bell that cannot be un-rung, for me it’s not that deep. I have so much love and light with the friends that I have around me, who I speak to every day, my family. Just let bygones be bygones. I was hurt about what happened, God has restored my friendships and others a hundredfold. I’m good.”
Regardless of what has happened, Eva said on mark 9:02 it was hard to see Nene walk away from something she gave her all to.
“Good, bad or indifferent, if you liked what she was doing or you didn’t like what she was doing, she captivated you. She definitely put it all out there on the line … so much so, and so transparent, that you literally felt her pain.” She added, “I root for her. I wish for nothing but the best, and I hope to see Nene back on the screen where she belongs. That lady funny at the end of the day. She’s a good time.”
These recent comments are a step up from Eva’s previous statements. In April the mother of three dragged Nene on “The Ricky Smiley Morning Show” for her remarks on how she felt the model should be replaced on the “RHOA” cast.
“As far as my relevance on the show, I choose not to every single day be ratchet, there is already enough ratchet, i.e., her, on the show,” Eva said. “Why do you need two? I do me and represent the other part of Black women that are smart … well-spoken. That’s who I represent. So, if I’m that boring, you spent time in your interview talking about me because your storyline is the fact that you have no storyline.”