Nene Leakes appeared on last night’s episode of Andy Cohen‘s late-night talk show, Watch What Happens Live, with The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Lisa Rinna and actor Jerry O’Connell. During the show, Leakes was asked if she had any regrets about the currently airing 12th season of The Real Housewives of Atlanta.
In one of the first questions asked of Leakes, Cohen wanted to know if the longtime cast member regretted allegedly spitting on her co-star, Kenya Moore. However, as Leakes quickly clarified that never actually happened.
“I did not spit on Kenya, so no. I didn’t spit on her!” she insisted in a clip shared on Instagram.
Leakes then said that she didn’t regret throwing food to cats in Greece because “they were hungry” and wouldn’t take back telling Cynthia Bailey that she was Moore’s “punk” because “it is what it is.”
As fans well know, a lot of drama went down between the RHOA cast members during their trip to Greece months ago, including a moment in which Leakes was seen suggesting that the former Miss USA get new implants in her backside. However, Leakes maintains her conscience is clear.
“[Kenya] does need to get a new booty implant,” she reasoned, noting that she also isn’t remorseful about telling her Real Housewives of Atlanta co-star that she has non-functioning private areas.
Leakes went on to explain to Cohen that she didn’t regret going to bed instead of talking to Moore during their trip to Greece because she wasn’t ready to sit down and hash out their issues at the time. While Moore may have been looking to talk things out with Leakes, Leakes said it was a better idea for the two headstrong friends to wait until they were both prepared to address their drama before sitting down for a chat.
As for the infamous moment in which Leakes’ nipple was exposed during a team building exercise with her co-stars, she assured Cohen that she didn’t do intentionally.
“I didn’t expose my nipple on purpose! It was a mistake,” she claimed.
As The Inquisitr previously reported, the Monday night episode of Watch What Happens Live was the first episode Cohen taped since recovering from the coronavirus days ago. As fans saw during the episode, he hosted the show from his apartment in New York City as his guests were linked into the episode via video chat.