Marlo Hampton and Shamari DeVoe spent the majority of the past season of Real Housewives of Atlanta (RHOA) throwing shade on the small screen and on social media.
Despite the recent conclusion of the show’s 11th season, the feuding reality stars continue to trade jabs online. Most recently, Hampton suggested DeVoe was fired from RHOA.
Hampton, who has been featured on the show since Season Four, hopped on Instagram Live, where she said, “Shamari, come on now you’re peachless. You’re really still up here tweeting tonight? Peachless Shamari still tweeting. Hey girl. Stay a fan, just be a fan now. Be sweet. You’re peachless now. They’ll give you a peach and snatch it right back won’t they?”
Hampton’s comments come after DeVoe accused her of being a fraud on Twitter.
The midseason trailer of Bravo’s Real Housewives of Atlanta is filled with drama.
RHOA vet NeNe Leakes found herself in the middle of the chaos.
While her castmates talked were shown celebrating marriages, gender reveals and budding relationships, Leakes was engaged in a physical altercation.
A source spilled the tea on the incident during an interview with Radar Online. According to the source, NeNe “completely lost it that day.” Leakes reportedly experienced a breakdown because of her husband, Gregg Leakes‘ cancer diagnosis and wound up in an altercation with her on-again off-again frenemy, Marlo Hampton.
“She was so mad and so out of control that she dragged the camera crew out of her house,” the source said.
The reality star was captured screaming, “Let’s be clear b*tch, I will f**k you up.” Things wound up heating up even more intense during the showdown. “NeNe made the whole crew leave, the camera guys and the producers. She threw them out,” the insider alleged.
NeNe Leakes has recently shared a gorgeous pic with Marlo Hampton. Besides praising their looks, fans had a few questions for Marlo and some RHOA-related observations to make.
Someone asked Marlo, ‘@marlohampton Why haven’t they giving you a peach?? Is it true what @kandi said about you “the talent” showing up late and always full of drama??? Is that why you didn’t get your own show that @kandi was going to produce??’
Someone else gushed over Marlo and said ‘@marlohampton ma’am you good in the hood, the palace, the alps, wherever! Please adopt me as ur niece so I can kick it with my fashionista auntie!’
Another follower believes that ‘both are those messy old aunties that everyone throws shade at the family reunion.
A fan wants to see Marlo on RHOA and said ‘ mean can Marlo get a Peach Already.’
Gregg Leakes is recovering after undergoing a 5-hour surgery for his cancer treatment, his wife NeNe Leakes said Tuesday.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta star, who went public with his health diagnosis back in June, had the surgery on Monday. The exact procedure — along with which form of cancer he’s been battling — has been kept private for now.
Prior to surgery, NeNe had asked fans on Instagram to keep Gregg in their thoughts.
“My hunni is having what we hope and pray is his last surgery towards a full recovery today!” she wrote. “It will be a long surgery so we are asking you to pray for the surgeon’s hands, pray for Gregg’s comfort please! Prayers, strength, peace and kindness for myself, his children and family during this time! Amen (come on pray warriors🙌🏾).”
Kim Zolciak-Biermann wants to set the record straight.
The reality TV star, who recently wrapped a return to The Real Housewives of Atlanta, released a lengthy statement about comments she made during the three-part reunion show. After the reunion wrapped, Kim, her husband Kroy Biermann, reunion host and Housewives executive producer Andy Cohen and several others were in the bathroom for a candid conversation.
During the aired portions, Kim said, “This whole racism thing in this day and age is bulls—t. Everyone one of those motherf—kers on that couch owes this world a f—kin’ apology for this racism s—t. They already tried to claim that s—t long ago, Sheree [Whitfield], as you know. Nobody really bought into it because social media wasn’t there and racism wasn’t all that f—king real. And you know it.”
In her statement, released by publicist Jack Ketsoyan, Kim said the comments were edited out of context.
“During the last RHOA Reunion episode, I made a comment that confused and offended people. I sincerely apologize. Edited out of context, I understand why my remark angered people.
“Racism is a sad reality in the United States. It has been prevalent throughout our country’s history. Let me be very clear, I do NOT support, tolerate or put up with any form of racism, hate or other discrimination. My love for ALL people runs deep—I am open to all and always have been,” Kim said.
“I was heartbroken when I watched the last few minutes of the episode and saw how my words were taken out of context. My comment that seemingly ‘racism didn’t exist 10 years ago’ was made as part of a larger, emotional 45-minute conversation about how, sadly, social media has become a hub for hate. Immediately following my confusing comment, I also said that ‘it’s not as real as it is now’ referring to the power of social media. But those remarks didn’t make the show.
“I believe that social media has made a centuries-old issue more real. Before social media, the public simply observed the news. Now, the public actively participates and has an opportunity to take action—in real time,” she continued.
For years, one question has plagued fans of The Real Housewives of Atlanta like no other: What exactly does Marlo Hampton do for a living? Many have posed that question since we first met Marlo on RHOA, including her fellow Georgia Peaches. However, we haven’t really been able to get to the heart of Marlo’s career — that is, until now.
When The Daily Dish caught up with Marlo earlier this season, she called the speculation surrounding her occupation “just crazy.” She also has an explanation for why it may seem like she has a multitude of diverse interests. Marlo has described herself as everything from a style maven to an etiquette expert over the years, after all. “I’m an Aquarius. You always have to have 50 different things going on — not one, two, three, four, five,” Marlo explained. “If it ain’t 50 or more, something’s wrong.”
Well, Marlo doesn’t have quite 50 jobs, but she’s pretty darn close. Find out all of the ways that Marlo spends her days, below.
She’s a Designer
Marlo doesn’t just wear other people’s clothes; she also designs her own. She’s launching an accessories brand called Arie and Emma, which is named after her grandmother and mother, respectively, that will include sunglasses and jewelry. You can get in touch with your shady self by purchasing some fierce T-shirts that feature the words “The Shade Is Real” and Marlo’s fabulous face through her website now.
Marlo thanks her grandmother Arie and mother Emma for her passion for fashion. “Both of them are always fabulous at church with the big hats, the jewelry, so it’s literally in my DNA,” she told The Daily Dish.
Marlo has been sharing her sartorial expertise with the world as a stylist with the majority of her work being done as a “ghost stylist,” kind of like a ghostwriter where it’s not publicly known that you’re providing styling services for an individual. “I like that better. I feel good when I see my work out there,” she said. “I just give them a wink, ‘Hey, thanks for the check. You look fabulous.'”
She Owned a Boutique