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‘RHOA’ star NeNe Leakes and Peter Thomas no longer friends?

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“The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star NeNe Leakes has been filming the show since the beginning and she is close friends with Cynthia Bailey. However, NeNe and Cynthia's husband Peter have started butting heads and it appears that they are not exactly getting along these days. On Twitter, they have been slamming on another after watching the show. According to a new report published on April 4, “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star NeNe Leakes is now being called weak by Peter Thomas and one has to wonder if this could ruin the friendship that they do have.

"I respect everyone's opinion,” Peter has revealed after the fight with NeNe’s husband, Gregg, adding, “but 1 thing I won't do is allow people 2 b wreckless in how they talk 2 me or @CynthiaBailey10. PERIOD! #RHOA." He got plenty of tweets from fans, including, "@PeterThomasRHOA handled NeNe w/ true class and patience cause another man might not have been so calm and collected ...#rhoa" and "@PeterThomasRHOA good walking away, shows what a classy man you are..... you could have knocked that ninjas out.... lol,” both of which he retweeted. He also added, “Lies lies lies, and more lies."

The “lies” comment was made around the time that NeNe was on the screen, so many people thought he was referring to her. However, it sounds like he was just stating his opinion about the stories that were being told, but he did call NeNe weak. "I never argue with these girls I just state my opinion and some of these girls don't like that. Especially by the weak ones,” he revealed. He added that “people” can never admit that they are wrong.

Of course, NeNe and Peter used to be close friends, but people feel that NeNe has changed after she stayed in Hollywood for a couple of months, filming two shows. Maybe Peter is just confronting NeNe because of her behavior and he is the only one who isn’t scared of speaking his mind.

What do you think?

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