I broke off my affair with violent reality TV shows early last year. I had gotten enough of what seemed to be angry women having a hate fest, yelling at each other, throwing glasses, exchanging bows and calling themselves wives when they had never been married. “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” was one of the shows on my hit list as I vowed to never watch it again.
For one, it just didn’t interest me like it did the rest of America. Secondly, NeNe Leakes’ attitude alone turned me all the way off. She came across as too much of a braggart for my liking, she appeared angry for no legit reason and to this day, I believe she was a bit jealous of Kim. She was loud, rude and although it was obvious a very charismatic and likeable side existed, it seemed too deeply buried under all of her burdensome bitterness.