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NeNe Leakes continues to put pressure on Bravo – and took to Twitter to march against what she calls "racist studios".
"Be smart and DO NOT SUPPORT countdown shows TONIGHT who do not support or respect BLACK WOMEN's creativity / equality and who blacklist us from work for telling the truth about their wrongdoings," she tweeted.
"Don't believe me, believe your eyes," she continued, adding, "in 2021 we're going to form a march outside of these racist studios #blackwomenmatter."
NeNe left the show after offering her just a few episode appearances. She hired civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump and accused the studio of racism and discrimination.
NENE LICK PUTS BRAVO ON BLAST
Some say it's just about NeNe not getting its own spinoff or show – she says it isn't:
"It's not so much about having my own show … When you're in a company that you want to improve. It's about moving up. Whether I'm an actress or an executive, everyone wants their chance or theirs Original housewife job, a lot of these girls got upgraded, I got demoted, "she said.