UPDATE: Nene Leakes Now Dropped From The Great Xscape Tour

Oct. 13 UPDATE —

Xscape released official statement that Nene Leakes has just been dropped from The Great Xscape Tour due to her controversial comments referencing rape. The group’s statement reads:

“Like many, we were dismayed by the recent remarks made by our talented colleague and friend Nene Leakes. As a result, we have decided to no longer proceed with her participation on our tour. It was an unfortunate incident for which Nene has since apologized and we wish her the best as she navigates this very difficult period. As strong supporters of all women, we know this decision is what is best. Our hearts go out to all female victims and we stand with you! This tour is for and about our fans and we want to provide an entertaining and enjoyable experience for every single person who attends. As always, we are grateful for the love and support and we look forward to seeing all of you at “The Great Xscape” tour.”


Nene Leakes has since apologized for her comments, as previously reported.


Nene Leakes has once again secured the bag. The Real Housewives of Atlanta vet has signed on to host Xscape‘s #TheGreatXscapeTour. Tamar Braxton and Monica are also on the ticket. The tour kicks off on November 22.

Tamar made the announcement over a week ago on social media.

Nene made headlines earlier this week after concertgoers booed the reality show star following a joke where she said she wished her Uber driver would rape her on the way home. She apologized for her remarks following the backlash.

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