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It makes sense that NeNe Leakes wants to play the role of casting director on the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” after she was taking charge with her roles in Hollywood a few years back.

And she said that last season’s “Frick and Frack,” Porsha Williams and Phaedra Parks, should have both been booted off “RHOA,” which she got half right. If you recall, Williams was irate that Leakes would even insinuate that her presence was no longer desired on the show after helping to perpetuate the sex dungeon rumors on an unsuspecting Kandi Burruss.

Now Leakes is suggesting that two more people should be banished from “RHOA.” Speaking to TooFab, Leakes said there are some folks whose excitement quotient is near zero and who should be excommunicated from the rest of the cast. 

If I had it my way, I would get rid of two girls,” Leakes said in her signature raspy voice replete with gesticulations. “In my opinion, yes — the cast should be changed up a bit. If I had it my way, I would get rid of two girls and bring in two new ones for excitement. You know, after a while with some of the girls, they just don’t have anything going on exciting enough to be a main cast member.”

Leakes said she will not publicly reveal who she thinks needs a peach pulling because those ladies will get riled up. 

But I better keep who I think should go to myself because the moment I say anything, all hell breaks loose,” she added.

Oh, and as for Williams revealing that she felt hurt by her “Freak and Fraud” comments, Leakes says it shouldn’t have bothered her because they weren’t friends at the time.

I think Porsha needed something to run with and that’s what she did,” NeNe said. “Porsha and I hadn’t spoken to each other since the season eight reunion show. We were not friends! I was free to say and feel whatever I wanted to. I didn’t cross any friendship lines. Porsha stopped speaking to me simply because I gave her advice that quite frankly was good advice.”

Terry Shropshire

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