Kandi Burruss has put her friendship with Nene Leakes on hold for now. ET’s Kevin Frazier talks real housewives of atlanta The star at the BET Awards on Sunday, where she opened up about the show and where she stood with Leakes amid the lawsuit against Bravo.
“No, we don’t talk. We don’t have a good relationship in that sense,” Burruss said of where she stands with Leakes. “I don’t know what will happen in the future, but as of now, we don’t have a good relationship, so we don’t communicate.”
“You can never say never, I guess, but so far, we’re not on the same page,” she continued.
Burruss never shied away from sharing her opinion or being herself, with the songstress telling ET that being her authentic self, there’s nothing for anyone to “pull out” or “pull out” about her.
“I always feel like it’s best to be yourself, because if you’re yourself you don’t have to worry about people looking like they can — you know how people always want to single out celebrities. or want to drag your name through the mud – so I always feel like if I’m always my true, authentic self there’s nothing for you to pull out or pull or whatever, I’m always me . No problem.”
The status of Burruss’ friendship with Leakes comes after the former RHOA Star tells ET she hasn’t heard from ‘anyone’ RHOA The universe in the midst of her lawsuit against Bravo. Leaks sued the companies RHOAAlleged that he fostered and tolerated a hostile and racist work environment.
The lawsuit, filed in Atlanta federal court, included NBCUniversal, Bravo, production companies True Entertainment and Truly Originals, executives from the companies and housewives According to documents obtained by ET, executive producer Andy Cohen as the defendant.
The suit alleges, “NBC, and its parent company Comcast, perpetuate a lack of diversity in the industry. Leakes, who left the franchise in September 2020, claimed through his attorney David Derubertis that he was co-starring Kim Zolciak-Bierman was the target of systemic racism, and such behavior was tolerated by Cohen and other executives. ET has contacted Cohen, Bravo, NBC and Zolciak-Bierman for comment.
As for her lawsuit against Cohen, Leakes claims she has maintained radio silence since filing the lawsuit in April.
“I haven’t heard from anyone,” she said, “but I have a really good support system, so I’m doing really well.”
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