The Real Housewives of Atlanta star wasn't afraid to share how she really felt about her fellow Bravo star during her Watch What Happens: Live: NeNe On-On-One special Sunday night.
"Brandi's just a train wreck. Just a wreck. Just a wreck," she said to host Andy Cohen (excerpted by Us Weekly). "She's just off the chain, she's off the hook [with] a lot of the things that she has to say, just so talkative."
She also slammed the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star for sharing secrets while the cameras were rolling, claiming Brandi says "a lot of stuff that she needs to not say. …She thinks she can get in people's faces and say whatever she wants to say."
Sounds like NeNe should team up with Adrienne Maloof.
Glanville took to Twitter after the special on Sunday, sounding as if she were offering her own take on the situation. "Its a little scary wen peeps start 2 believe their own hype &drink their own Kool-Aid taking responsibility 4 every1's success :/," she wrote.
But Glanville wasn't the only Housewives star Leakes singled out—she also slammed the Orange County cast, "I don't connect with them, most of them, for some reason. I almost want to recast Orange County. A couple of them are quite boring [and] can go!"
"Vicki is the boss, Ramona is the boss, I'm the boss," the outspoken star said of the business savvy women. "All of us are original housewives and we have a work ethic that is very different than the new girls that come on the show. All of us work our [asses] off."
"I feel for Teresa, because there's something about being the first one in," she explained. "When you're the first one in on one of these shows and somebody comes behind you, it's sort of like, 'Hold on, you need to respect the veteran. I was here first. You need to play on my territory.' So I kind of sided with Teresa in that area."
As for her overall sentiments on the Jersey bunch?
"I like Jersey," she revealed. "I just think they're such gangstas. I just love them. They're so entertaining to me. But you know what? They're getting a little too nasty."
Ah, but that's exactly why we love the Housewives.