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Kenya Moore Thinks NeNe Leakes ‘Orchestrated’ The Comments Wendy Williams Made About Her Quitting RHOA For ‘Sympathy’; Says “It’s Just Time For Her To Take A Step Back From The Show”

Kenya Moore recently appeared on The Real where the Real Housewives of Atlanta star was asked to share her thoughts on rumors that NeNe Leakes is leaving the Bravo hit reality series.

"I think that's fake news. Listen, there's not a lot of jobs out here that will pay a woman in their 50s -- a black woman, especially -- close to or over a seven-figure salary. So no, I don't think she's gonna quit any time soon."

If you recall, Wendy Williams revealed on her talk show that NeNe sent her a text that she was "quitting" RHOA, where the talk show host added, "I know something about NeNe that you all will cry, be sad, feel bad for her. She's carrying the weight of a huge thing on her shoulders."

When asked if she felt the situation had been orchestrated as a way for NeNe to "leak" the news to the media, Moore said, according to TooFab. "I do think there's a sympathy card involved."

"But listen," she went on, "she's been on the show for a long time, since the beginning. And I think the last two years have been really hard for her. I mean, #SpitGate is coming up, where she has issues spitting things at people, including myself. And I just think that that's not the NeNe that we fell in love with. Like, we wanna see the fun, fun-loving, homegirl NeNe. And I think maybe it's just time for her to take a step back from the show and just get herself together."

Noting that Leakes had left the series and returned to which Moore added, "she needs to do it again."

When asked if she believes NeNe has leaked any stories about her, Kenya laughed and said, "What stories has she not leaked about me?!"

"I think a lot of them come from her," she shared, adding that the rumors "about my salary and me begging to come back and taking a huge cut" couldn't be further from the truth.

"They actually gave me a nice little raise to come back," Moore added with a smile. "So I'm proud of that."

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