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NeNe Leakes Doubs Kim Zolciak And Kroy Biermann Faked Marriage Drama To Get Back On TV

NeNe Leakes doesn't believe that all the recent drama surrounding Kim Zolciak and Kroy Biermann's divorce was a ruse for them to get back on TV.

“I don’t know how she’s doing overall,” told TMZ on Wednesday about Zolciak’s complicated divorce from ex Kroy Biermann. “I just reached out to her because she reached out to me during a time when I was really going through something.”

NeNe continued, “I would have to think that she’s taking it hard. It’s a divorce, it’s not easy.”

It was recently reported that Kim Zolciak and Kroy Biermann have reconciled, calling off their divorce.

TMZ caught up with NeNe at LAX, and asked her about Kim and Kroy suddenly calling off their divorce, and if it was all just an act to return to “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” … as lots of folks believe to be the case.

NeNe doubts Kim and Kroy would go to those lengths … she really thinks they were having marital problems, and she just can’t imagine Kim and Kroy playing with their own marriage just to get on TV again.

I get that NeNe and Kim are in good standing at the moment, but I'm calling BS on all of this. Kim and Kroy are being hit left and right with lawsuits, Kim has a gambling and spending addiction, Kroy is allegedly a possessive husband (there's recent word that Kroy put a tracker on Kim's car shortly after filing for divorce), and it wasn't that long ago that they accused each other of being bad parents and having addiction issues (Kim with her drinking, Kroy with pot).

I'm not saying marriages don't have their problems, but I think all of this was cooked up so that Kim could garner interest from reality TV producers.

Desperate times make people do desperate things, and when you're accustomed to a certain lifestyle, people lose and sense of who they are and will play with their own marriage to get another taste of that fame and reality TV coin.

And since actors and writer's are currently on strike, Hollywood will be looking to non-union talent that they can willingly exploit on the cheap in exchange for 15 minutes of fame.

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