Category: Real Housewives of Atlanta

RHOA Why did Marlo kick out her nephews?

RHOA’s Marlo Hampton has been the caretaker for her teenage nephews Michael and William for several years while their mother is going through a difficult time. She’s been open about what a great experience having the boys in her home has been, so it was a shock when she revealed on the show last week that she kicked the boys out. What happened and where are they staying?

   

RHOA Shereé left NeNe off the guest list in season 1 on purpose

In the very first episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta Shereé called NeNe to invite her to her birthday party even though they were fighting and had recently had a “big blow up.” What NeNe didn’t know when she agreed to go was that Shereé never intended to let NeNe into the party. Shereé informed security that they couldn’t allow anyone in the party who wasn’t on the list, and NeNe’s name wasn’t on the list.

   
   

RHOA What is Marlo Hampton’s Le’ Archive? How does it make money?

When Marlo Hampton debuted her new business venture Le’ Archive to reality television viewers, it leftReal Housewives of Atlanta cast-mates and viewers alike scratching our heads. What exactly does Le’ Archive do? How does it make money? Why isn’t it spelled “L’Archive”? There are so many questions. As Kenya is asking above: “What is going on here?”

RHOA The origins of Shereé Whitfield’s iconic “Who Gonna Check Me, Boo?” catchphrase

During Episode 1 of Season 2 of Real Housewives of Atlanta, Shereé Whitfield is organizing an “Independence Party” to celebrate her divorce from Bob Whitfield, a former football player. At the time she and her kids were having to move out of their house because he had stopped paying the mortgage, and Shereé still had not received the “7-figure” divorce settlement she was hoping to get.

Shereé hired a party planner, Anthony Shorter, to prepare for the gala, but the party planning didn’t go smoothly at all.