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NeNe Leakes of “Real Housewives of Atlanta” fame has denied a recent report claiming she has been let go by her entire team.
“For all of you that are asking, emailing, in boxing, blogging, reporting etc. The ONLY statement i have…My team DID NOT let me go! No further statements at this time,” she tweeted on Tuesday.
On Monday afternoon Love B Scott reported Leakes, 53, is no longer a client of Hollywood manger Steven Grossman, nor is she still repped by ICM talent agency. She also reportedly parted ways with lawyer Darrell Miller.
While Leakes denies she was fired, she did call out both Grossman and Miller in a since-deleted-tweet shortly before the report surfaced.
“You can’t turn on your teammate and get away with this @stevengrossman #DarrellMiller #Foxrothschild,” she tweeted. “Suppression, retaliation, discrimination, unequal pay, devaluation against black women is real, it’s painful and it hurts. I will fight for all women rights PS: FIX IT.”
Since her official departure from “RHOA,” Leakes has accused Bravo of discriminating against black talent, particularly black women. In December, she shared a petition to boycott the network.
“Stand up, protest, sign the petition & stop watching,” Leakes tweeted Feb. 1. “The treatment of black women behind the scene is wrong. Even the cast that’s currently filming knows wrong is & was happening. They try to silence us! We MUST speak up when wrong is happening. I won’t stop.”
She later added that co-star Porsha Williams is aware of the unfair treatment, but won’t speak up due to her fear of “losing her check.”
“I have numerous emails, text messages, RHOA group text, voice recording that go back yearsssss,” she added. “I never got rid of anything! Fix your dirty work. Being a racist is so yesterday.”
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