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NeNe Leakes says she's working with someone 'evil'; talking about Kenya Moore?

NeNe Leakes attends the 2014 NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment Upfronts at The Jacob K. Javits Convention Center on May 15, 2014 in New York City.
NeNe Leakes attends the 2014 NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment Upfronts at The Jacob K. Javits Convention Center on May 15, 2014 in New York City.Photo by Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images

It seems that filming for season seven of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" is winding down. The housewives' opening taglines are usually decided on after a good proportion of the season has filmed already and the production staff has a good idea of what each individual housewife is all about in the new season. On Friday, August 22, NeNe Leakes sent out a tweet asking her fans what her opening tagline should be for the upcoming season.

NeNe may have already answered her own question. On Wednesday, August 20, NeNe wrote that she's working with somebody who is "evil inside & out" but yet always wants an apology. "I can't wait 2 be outta this circle! Pray 4 me," she concluded.

Imagine if NeNe's tagline was "I can't wait 2 be outta this circle! Pray 4 me." How funny would that be?! To have such a tagline would be a bit tounge-in-cheek since much has been made out of how it seems that NeNe thinks that she's better than the other housewives and that she's only on the show as a backup plan to her real acting career.

Of course, the show's producers likely won't allow NeNe to have such a negative tagline. So the next question is, who was NeNe talking about in that tweet?

Several fans who replied to her tweet assumed that it was about Kenya Moore. Ever since Kenya joined the show in season five, she has feuded with NeNe. Kenya has even go so far as declaring NeNe as nothing but "a former stripper with a few short-lived gigs in Hollywood given to her by one man." Kenya has also declared herself the new queen bee of the show.

Of course, NeNe Leake's tweet may not have been about Kenya Moore at all. Maybe it was about her friend-turned-enemy Cynthia Bailey. It could also have been about one of the two new additions to the show, which E! News reported on Thursday, August 21, as being singer-actress Demetria McKinney and radio personality Claudia Jordan. Whoever the tweet was about, it sure looks as if viewers can expect yet another drama-filled season of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" in the fall.