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Sheree Whitfield, Formerly of ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’: How She Wound Up Broke!

If Sheree Whitfield is making half a million dollars per season of the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” — or should I say “was” since she was unceremoniously escorted off the show last week — then how can she be broke today?

That first season proclamation that “men are intimidated by my success” and that she was looking for “seven figures” in her divorce settlement from former NFL star Bob Whitfield, came back to haunt her in a monumental way, especially since she has been fired from “RHOA” and wasn’t able to develop other streams of income. But she was making a half-million dollars per season.

So, again, we ask: how can Whitfield be broke if she was once in the upper percentile of money makers in America?

Well, let us count the ways:

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5 Comments

  1. Luton125 on April 10, 2012 at 8:51 pm

    so..so.. Tired of your website.  you post the same old things with the same old people. 

    • Luton125 on April 10, 2012 at 8:51 pm

      you need some new faces on your website.

      • Terry on April 11, 2012 at 9:21 am

        Luton, the entire landscape of our site is composed of very diverse personalities, events and the like, as evidenced by our business and politics pages. I challenge you to peruse the site in its totality and I’m sure you’ll construct a different viewpoint. 

      • Renee Gardner on April 11, 2012 at 5:50 pm

        you know, whats so funny is that we have a large number of professional articles about people who are making a large difference in our communities that have less than a fraction of ‘readers’ compared to these celeb stories. Yet and still it seems that every time a POPULAR post like this goes up, there are complaints.  Where are the positive comments on our positive stories? where are the views that mimick the “craving” that our readers have for content that touch the direct lives of the people we probably ignore on our daily walks because they aren’t ‘celebrities’.  
        We talk about prominent students on the road to success and we hear comments about how we should focus on more people who are famous.
        We give you the famous, you ask for “better stories”
        We give advice to spend your “lottery money” (and any money for that matter) wisely, but everyone runs to see the top 25 ignorant things to do with that cash.
        This newspaper/magazine/media company holds a variety of content for all of our readers, so with that being said,
        You get what you look for.
        Thank you EVERYONE (negative, positive, the actual readers, the picture fawners, from the celebrity gossip fanatics to the networking savant)  THANK YOU for reading, commenting, liking, sharing and caring so much about our community and our product.
        I encourage everyone to continue on your path to urging positive growth in our community, but in order to change the headlines, we have to change the conversation, and the best place to start is with our OWN habits.
        SHARE LOVE.

  2. Renee Gardner on April 11, 2012 at 5:49 pm

    you know, whats so funny is that we have a large number of professional articles about people who are making a large difference in our communities that have less than a fraction of ‘readers’ compared to these celeb stories. Yet and still it seems that every time a POPULAR post like this goes up, there are complaints.  Where are the positive comments on our positive stories? where are the views that mimick the “craving” that our readers have for content that touch the direct lives of the people we probably ignore on our daily walks because they aren’t ‘celebrities’.  

    We talk about prominent students on the road to success and we hear comments about how we should focus on more people who are famous.

    We give you the famous, you ask for “better stories”

    We give advice to spend your “lottery money” (and any money for that matter) wisely, but everyone runs to see the top 25 ignorant things to do with that cash.

    This newspaper/magazine/media company holds a variety of content for all of our readers, so with that being said,

    You get what you look for.

    Thank you EVERYONE (negative, positive, the actual readers, the picture fawners, from the celebrity gossip fanatics to the networking savant)  THANK YOU for reading, commenting, liking, sharing and caring so much about our community and our product.

    I encourage everyone to continue on your path to urging positive growth in our community, but in order to change the headlines, we have to change the conversation, and the best place to start is with our OWN habits.

    SHARE LOVE.