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Following reports that, Gregg Leakes and NeNe Leakes are no longer together and living separately, a RHOA show insider has revealed that Gregg spilled the tea about the status of their relationship on the during the reunion show taping.

“Gregg told the ladies and Andy exactly what was going on and why he talked about separating,” a show insider snitched to RadarOnline.

As previously reported, Nene dropped the bombshell that her husband “talked about separating” on the “Real Housewives of Atlanta.” The couple experienced a dark period amid Greg’s cancer diagnosis.

“He explained all of the troubles he and NeNe were having. He took a lot of responsibility and really stood up for his wife,” spilled a show insider.

“It’s been a really rough day with Gregg and with me,” NeNe said on Sunday’s RHOA episode about her troubled marriage, during which footage from co-star Eva Marcille’s October wedding was aired.  “When Eva said her vows, it reminded me of when we were saying our vows. Right before I came here, he talked.”

Cynthia Bailey was stunned by her admission, the report states. “Hold on, now. You guys are already in separate rooms. You’re talking about separate houses?” she asked.

“He said he would go ahead and find him a place. Last night, I felt like I broke because he is so mean. I get that it’s a sickness, but I can’t be talked to like that. It’s weird because you’re trying to help the sick person, but they don’t want your help. And everybody around thinks I’m bad.”

Despite Gregg threatening to end their 20-year-marriage, the source told Radar that the couple worked through their problems.

“NeNe and Gregg are doing much better, but things are still hard for them.”

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5 thoughts on “Gregg Leakes Dishes On Troubled Marriage With Nene During ‘RHOA’ Reunion

  1. Mattie on said:

    My husband died from colon cancer, and he did get mean but at no point did I ever think of leaving him because your vows say thru sickness and health and thru it all I never turned my back on him and wished God to give him 1 of my days everyday to keep him alive. If you lose your spouse then you would understand, that him making you upset is better than going to the grave to visit. Just pray Nene you don’t want to fele this hurt be blessed

  2. Before you take my comment and throw slugs at me. I had 7 brother, I have a son and husband. If men would admit they can come across very bitter when they are sick to say the least. We as women look at the situation most of the time “I’m not your Momma” so hurry and get well. The differences between the Leakes and Us is their lives are played out on the big screen. To Gregg and Nene I pray that you both honor your vows to hang in their for better or worse. This situation has to be very strenuous on your marriage. NeNe, do you best my sister and don’t allow the outsiders to influence you. I wish I knew you personally so I could be there to support You, Gregg and Your entire Family. I’m praying for you all. I know all to well how having someone as ill as Gregg can affect the entire family. God is able, do you best and allow him to do the rest.

  3. I’m so sick of hearing about this ! Geesh, you would think he’s the only person to be diagnosed with cancer. My husband had cancer and we worked through it without beating everybody in head about it !

    • Phoenix Rising on said:

      This just goes to show that the vows some people take during their wedding ceremony are just words, and don’t mean a thing. It’s always good times until a spouse gets sick. Then, you’ll see the true real, real person come out. Many marriages have broken up b/c a spouse isn’t strong enough for the both of them when one of them gets sick. Something not everyone thinks about when they’re saying their I do’s. Food for thought…are you willing to wipe the @ss of your spouse when they can’t if they should ever become incapacitated?

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