Social media posts never cease to cause up controversy for Bravo stars. So it's no surprise that Brielle Biermann's Snapchat video is causing waves among the women of The Real Housewives of Atlanta. In Sunday's episode, the video was brought up at a lunch between Shereé Whitfield and Kim Zolciak-Biermann. In the video, the Don't Be Tardy daughter is recording on her phone in what is allegedly NeNe Leakes' bathroom when she captures on video a bug crawling on the floor of the room. The video, posted to Brielle's Snapchat account last fall, has sparked intense verbal sparring between Kim and NeNe. In a recent visit to The Daily Dish podcast to celebrate Atlanta's 200th episode, Shereé weighed in on the ongoing "Roachgate" battle between NeNe and Kim.
"This is a tricky one," Shereé told hosts Megan Segura and Rachael Roberts. "Do I feel like Brielle should have gone to NeNe's house and recorded in the bathroom? No, I do not."
Shereé went on to explain her reasoning. "I know that when we invite people into our homes, you want to feel like we're safe," Shereé said. "You know, they're not going to be taking pictures or take videos that you use against someone later on down the line or use against us later on down the line."
So Shereé is on NeNe's side, then? Not exactly. While she understands how NeNe feels, she thinks her response could have been different. "I think where NeNe crossed the line is where she started, you know, calling Kim racist and associating her with the KKK and things like that, which is very damaging."
In the end, Shereé believed "they were both in the wrong."
It will most likely take a lot for the two 'Wives to come to a place of agreement and move forward, and Shereé doubts if either party will ever be able to go back to any semblance of their former friendship. "I don't know how they will recover from this," she admitted.
Listen to the full bonus episode above to hear Shereé reminisce over the past 200 episodes of Atlanta drama.
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