It’s a RHOA miracle!
After 10 years of on-and-off feuding, it appears NeNe Leakes and Kim Zolciak have finally buried that hatchet after the reality star’s husband was diagnosed with cancer.
Leakes revealed yesterday the shocking news that Gregg Leakes was diagnosed with cancer after his lengthy hospital stay.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta star posted a picture on her Instagram page of her spouse with a bold message about the disease.
“Our New Normal and the fight begins #f**kcancer#mdandersoncancercenter #yougotthis#iloveyou.”
In an update post the following day, NeNe shockingly gave thanks to her arch nemesis Zolciak.
“Thank you so much to the ladies I work with and have worked with in the past for sending gifts, love and just good ole words of encouragement,” she began the post on her Instagram account.
On the second page of the post, the controversial star then went on to list her RHOA co-stars, saying, “and yes even @KimZolciak.”
As Radar readers know, NeNe and Zolciak have been embroiled in nearly a decade-long feud — most of which has been documented on the hit Bravo show.
Most recently, in a March episode of RHOA, Zolciak claimed she was getting death threats after NeNe Leakes called her a “racist” following their roach video drama! The blonde star also claimed she spent $20,000 sending her costar cease and desist letter.
The fight came after Zolciak’s daughter, Brielle Biermann, posted a video of insects crawling around Leakes’ bathroom. It caused a major rift between Leakes and Zolciak.
Zolciak responded to the explosive star, assuring fans she was not a racist and claiming Leakes was simply looking for attention.
“Everyone in my life knows that I am far from racist and unfortunately NeNe Leakes has tried for the last 10 years to paint that picture because that’s her last resort,” she wrote on Instagram.
Zolciak, 39, hired fierce lawyer, Marty Singer, to defend herself against Leakes’ wild claims she’s a “racist.”
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