Just when you think Nene can’t get any more delusional.
Here is her take on Cynthia this week. I have bolded the most delusional parts in my opinion.
Going into dinner with these ladies will never be a fun thing for me, and that probably will never change, but I’ve made a few changes of my own. I have come to a place in my life where I just don’t have the time or energy to entertain people who don’t like me or support me, people who hurt me and that pull energy instead of giving energy. Those that never compliment but always ridicule. Those that manipulate and lie. The people you know who are willing to turn on you for so called opportunities or the almighty dollar with no explanation! The people that want everyone to believe you’re the bad guy when in reality they are. The people that stab you in the back and watch you bleed with no sympathy. The only people I need in my life are those that need me in theirs, even when I have nothing to offer but Nene.
You want to come into my life, the door is open! If you want to get out of my life, the door is open. I have simply come to a place where I do what’s best for me and my little life. Not because I’ve changed, not because I’m better than. Yes, growth is a beautiful thing, yet I’m still that girl who will get you together. Still that girl who will give you a good read. Still that girl that speaks her mind. But a smart girl always walk away from those that are looking for a MOMENT! I will no longer coexist with people who claim to be loyal yet betray.
I’m doing what’s best for me and my life, but I do have a word or two of advice for my former friend. This pit bull act you’re putting on is not a good look. I know you’ve got to make yourself feel better about losing me as a friend and selling out, but I have to tell you, it’s so sad to watch and I have been praying for you. If I were you, I would get a real team around me with real advice, because it’s obvious your advice is coming from your wife! Girl bye!
One of the last things that I recall saying at the reunion was that I believed my friendship with NeNe had come to the end of the road. I was happy to let bygones be bygones, wish everyone well, and move on with my life. I felt that too many boundaries had been crossed and chose to no longer accept friendships plagued with violations and disrespect. The space apart was a much needed break, and I prayed that time truly would heal all old wounds. That optimism was short lived when my friend (who “loved me like a sister”) felt the need to attempt to publicly disgrace me and imply that I no longer needed to be a part of the show! Now that’s some real sisterly love, right? That one singular moment showed me in HD that NeNe didn’t know the meaning of a real friendship, and yes, the thirst really was real. It was astonishing to watch this woman who “had my back when none of these other bitches did” take the sharpest knife she could find, and gleefully stab me with it with no regard for me or my family. Regrettably for me, I never took heed to the many warnings concerning the wrath of NeNe, because I never truly believed them until I was on the receiving end. It was a very rude awakening, and yet oddly enough the only person I felt sorry for was her.
I thought “Bye Girl” actually meant “Bye” and not “Hello Girl” I’m still talking about you! A girl can only dream that one day these words will eventually have merit and true meaning.