"Yeah, sure, I'll return to the show," NeNe explained. "I'm OK with returning to the show, as long as, you know, we can work through a few things. I'm happy to return to the show and besides, I have a lot of unfinished business with a couple of them they confirmed on the show."
And, some of that unfinished business involves producer Andy Cohen.
"I think Andy and I were really close for a really, really long time, and I love [his son, Ben] Benny Boo," NeNe admitted. "I helped pay for his baby shower and all those things. I think that Andy and I need to have a sit down and talk, and then we're off to the races."
"I'm just so happy that I can say that I was a part of a genre, that opened up doors for Black ensemble reality shows," NeNe added. "I want to thank everybody that has looked up to me over the years. Thank you so much for your love and support."
Following her announcement to leave RHOA, NeNe slammed Bravo on Twitter, alleging, "My white counter parts were elevated and given full season episodes EVERY season. Each season I was given less & less. Don't ask me, @ Andy and @ Bravo and ask them why."
As for her personal life, NeNe lost her husband Gregg Leakes to a years-long battle with cancer on Sept. 1. NeNe's former RHOA co-stars and fellow Bravo-lebrities voiced their support following Gregg's death, with a "heartbroken" Andy writing on Twitter that he "jokingly called him 'Pastor Leakes' but in truth he was a strong voice of reason & commanded great respect among the entire #RHOA team."
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