War on women: Celebrity Apprentice reality star wishes a woman would be raped by her Uber driver

nene leakes

NeNe Leakes is a reality star, having appeared on Andy Cohen’s The Real Housewives of Atlanta. She also appeared on President Trump’s Celebrity Apprentice. Her appearance on the show did not end well. From Wikipedia:

“In 2011, Leakes was a contestant on the eleventh installment of Donald Trump‘s NBC series Celebrity Apprentice. During the tenth episode of Apprentice, after arguments with fellow cast member Star Jones, Leakes walked off the show. Leakes failed to win any money for her selected charity, My Sister’s House.”

In early September of last year, she said this about President Trump:

NeNe Leakes liked Donald Trump the television host but isn’t crazy about Donald Trump the presidential candidate. “When I worked on his show I felt like he was very honest and very true to who he was,” she said during a visit to Steve Harvey’s talk show. “I liked him and he liked me.”

They got along great during Celebrity Apprentice but she isn’t wild about his presidential run. “I really did like him a lot, but this orange man who’s talking on TV? I don’t know who that is. He says craziest stuff. No, I will not be campaigning for the Trump.”

Who is the one saying “the craziest stuff” now? Girl, bye.

From MSN: NeNe Leakes has been dropped from The Great Xscape Tour after crossing the line while addressing a heckler during one of her stand-up shows.

According to TMZ, the reality star was slated to host the concert featuring Xscape (including her Real Housewives of Atlanta costar Kandi Burruss) Monica, Tamar Braxton and more that kicks off in November. However, the band announced Thursday that they were “dismayed” by a remark Leakes made at Saturday’s “Girls Nite Out for Laughs” event at the Paramount Theater in Oakland, California.

During the hosting gig, the RHOA star, 49, told a heckler that she hoped she got raped by her Uber driver on the way home. The crowd reacted by booing her.

“Like many, we were dismayed by the recent remarks made by our talented colleague and friend Nene Leakes,” the group said in a statement. “As a result, we have decided to no longer proceed with her participation on our tour. It was an unfortunate incident for which Nene has since apologized and we wish her the best as she navigates this very difficult period.”

They continued, “As strong supporters of all women, we know this decision is what is best. Our hearts go out to all female victims and we stand with you! This tour is for and about our fans and we want to provide an entertaining and enjoyable experience for every single person who attends. As always, we are grateful for the love and support and we look forward to seeing all of you at ‘The Great Xscape’ tour.”

“I truly regret and apologize for what I said from the stage in Oakland over the weekend,” Leakes said in a statement Monday afternoon on Facebook. “Sometimes words can cut deep and hurt when you have no intentions of them doing so. As a woman and someone who has survived abuse, I regret the words that I used. I made a mistake and I should have known better. I hope people accept my deepest and sincerest apologies. I am sorry.”


11 responses to “War on women: Celebrity Apprentice reality star wishes a woman would be raped by her Uber driver

  1. As in the case of other vicious “celebrities” (only in their minds), I don’t believe NeNe Leakes’ apology.

    She said she’s sorry only because the crowd booed, which shows that these “celebrities” — as in the case of unfunny comedian George Lopez being booed — have become so extreme and hateful that they’re alienating fans.

    Would you believe that this no-talent woman actually has a net worth of $12 million? Americans really are fools.


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  2. Yeah, she’s “sorry”….. a sorry ass piece of shit. To be perfectly non-PC, I would say she’s a worthless bitch. But, that’s just my opinion.

    (Is anyone else here being constantly be assaulted by the annoying video advertisement hawking a weight loss plan? I have seriously considering not even opening any more FOTM posts because of it).

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  3. open mouth, insert size 13 stilettos…again…ugh!

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  4. I wonder what the crowd and her sponsors would have done and said had she instead had a male heckler, and she’d said she hoped he was sodomized by his Uber driver? Or just beaten, robbed, bullied, or whatever.
    Wait, no I don’t. I know what the response would have been, and it shows the false indignity of all involved.
    That she should have a net worth of anything more than $12 shows what a shambles our society has devolved to, where it showers money on those who least deserve it.

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  5. I hope some Uber driver makes her wish come true.


  6. et bent, Ne Ne Leaks.

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  7. Low IQ, loud mouth and zero impulse control.

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  8. Just give her time-there’s a refrigerator box under a bridge somewhere with her name on it….

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    THE MANIPULATED MAN by Esther Vilnar
    Gender Studies.
    US $15:95


    The exploitation of the American male by the American female would be a purely American affair were it not a model for women all over the world. Unfortunately, the economic hegemony of the U.S.A. influences not just the politics, science, research, and culture of all other capitalist countries but, to a great extent, the social behavior of their populations.

    Through the mass media, which have been relentlessly perfected, this influence spreads to all areas of life more and more rapidly. The old maxim about American consciousness becoming the consciousness of the world after a five year lag no longer holds true. Modern techniques of communication have flooded over the boundaries separating place and time.

    As soon as the American female compares her situation with that of American blacks, women in England, France, and Scandinavia scream,

    “We are the Niggers of the Nation.”

    There is no country in which men are worse off than they are in the United States. They are worse off by comparison with their female partners – and this is what we are discussing here: the differing living conditions of man and woman within one and the same social class of a given country, within one and the same family.

    America’s high standard of living, combined with its permanent threat of unemployment, is enough to make any man’s life miserable. In no country with a comparable standard of living are jobs so tenuous; in no other country with a comparable rate of unemployment are the demands made by the standard of living as high. The difference between a “success” and a “failure” is nowhere so clearly defined as in the U.S.A. Added to these external difficulties is the fact that no other man is so thoroughly manipulated as the American male. The adult American male is manipulated so expertly that there appears to be nothing he would not willingly endure.

    And, indeed, he is exploited without scruple. In no other country do mothers so pitilessly train the male infant to perform. No other society exists where the male sexual drive is exploited for money so unscrupulously. Nobody except the American woman so shamelessly professes a creed of profit under the guise of love.

    This does not mean that American women are cruel. Women are never cruel to their men; men are usually not important enough to be tortured. Only in movies do women ruin their men intentionally. This simply means that American women, more than other women, fail to consider men as fellow human beings. Perhaps the many dangers of pioneering days caused American men to be evaluated by their usefulness to women. After all, that period in history is not that far gone.

    And American men prefer to see themselves in this role: a man’s salary is the yardstick of his worth. America is the only place where a badly paid professor is a bad professor, and an unsuccessful writer a bad writer. For the Latin American male, masculinity is still associated with sexual potency.

    For the American male, however, the association is directly with money. American literature, from Edward Albee to Jacqueline Susann, revolves around this question: whether or not a male is a man if he cannot provide appropriately for the woman in his life. Of course he is not.

    The American man knows: happiness comes only through women, and women are expensive. He is ready to pay that price.

    As a young adult he pays in advance, as a grownup he pays in installments, and as a corpse he is cashed in for a fortune.


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