'Real Housewives of Atlanta' spoilers: Cynthia Bailey, Sheree Whitfield turn out to support NeNe Leakes' Broadway debut


Viewers of Bravo’s reality series “Real Housewives of Atlanta” have seen what could be one of the big fights in the current season so far as Cynthia Bailey took offense when Porsha Williams called her using expletives.

Episode 4 had the cast aboard a boat, when things escalated quickly as Porsha told Cynthia, “Cynthia, I don’t know what got you so upset just now. I’ve been calling you b**** all day… We’ve been playing,” she said. But the latter quipped that she is being dismissive when she added the word “whatever.” The two started shouting at each other with Kim Fields looking on.

Meanwhile, it seems like there is not always bad blood between the members of the cast. NeNe Leakes who exited the show revealed that the ladies have been supportive of her new endeavors.

Sheree Whitfield offered her words of encouragement for Leaks as she portrays Matron Mama Morton in Broadway show “Chicago.” Taking it to Twitter, “Proud of you @NeNeLeakes You are gonna kill it!” she stated. Bailey also shared her thoughts saying, “Congrats on ‘CHICAGO!’ Break a leg on opening night.”

Leakes admitted that she was surprised by the support the women have been giving her, “Definitely, it’s always great to have those girls reach out and support cause I don’t usually get that kind of support from the Housewives of Atlantafrom other cities, not the Housewives of Atlanta. It’s really strange, but I don’t generally get any support from them.”

Recently, Leakes posted a photo of herself and Bailey on what could be a night out together in New York City. This sparked some speculations that the two may have put their former drama aside and may be friends again.

Talking to Daily Dish, Leakes revealed that they have been working on their relationship that have gone south, “It was really great to hang out with Cynthia. And, again, we’re still a work in progress. It’s been a long road of recovery for us. This is something very different for me. Generally when I have a friendship that’s has gone south, I used to leave it in the South [but we were] in the North hanging out [and] trying to work it out. We’re having a good time though.”