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The Son Of Real Housewives of Atlanta Star NeNe Leakes Is Nearly Beaten To Death

Submitted by on February 8, 2012 – 3:41 pm2 Comments
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Things just got real for NeNe Leakes.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta star’s oldest son Bryson Bryant was hospitalized after a bar fight in the Atlanta area, according to TMZ. Allegedly, the trouble started when Bryson exchanged heated words with another club patron over a female guest. Bryson clearly doesn’t have the fighting talent of his mama and didn’t fair well against his opponent.

When the two men finally got physical, Bryson suffered a broken jaw, broken bones in his face, and several severe wounds to the head. Bryson was rushed to the hospital but seemed to be on the mend. Later that night he tweeted, “Yay, dey jus walked n wit my meds ill be on da moon in 10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1.″

Despite sharing her life with the world, NeNe seemed unhappy to share the news of her son’s physical altercation and instead tred to deny that anything had happened by tweeting, “Don’t get me wrong, I love 2 b prayed 4 but sendin me well wishes about a bunch of lies is just crazy! The sh*t yall read & believe.”

Sorry, NeNe. But we believe that the truth shall set you free. And, at the very least, you should probably try to coordinate tweets with your son if lying is your approach to damage control.

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  • Katrina says:

    There is nothing in Brice’s tweets that suggest he was in a fight. There are many reasons why a person would go to the ER and need pain medicine. He could have fractured his ankle or anytthing. If he was in such a brutal fight, why wasn’t a police report filed by the Club! If he is so messed up, why is he tweeting!

  • josephine bridgers says:

    he Talk by Josephine Jenkins Bridgers

    Boy: Momma I was stopped by the police
    Momma: Lord, no, no
    Boy: momma they called me out of my name, handcupped me while they
    laughed in the street
    Momma; no, no
    boy: momma after they disregarded my rights, they told me to take my
    ragged tail home
    Momma: nooooooooooooooooo
    Boy: Momma why didn’t you give me the talk
    Momma: Child do you remember when i came in your room late one night,
    and told ya the hours had come
    boy: yes, momma
    Momma: I knew the fall had arrived
    boy: what do you mean momma
    Momma: son, you are a black man in a white man’s world it time for you
    to watch every step you take and humble yourself if you are stopped by
    the police and searched
    boy: but momma i thought you were half sleep, to say the fall was
    about to come, it made no sense
    Momma: I said that to prepare you my child for this
    boy: what is the fall momma
    momma: all you life my child you will be measured by a stick,
    boy: a stick
    momma: you were stopped my son for no probable cause, this my son is
    the beginning of the fall
    boy: wha what
    Momma: son, da, da, da, days have come roll your sleeve up higher and
    release your pride in the sky
    boy: oh I think I understand momma, it takes a man to be humble
    because when they were calling me names, i smiled and said I’m a man
    they call me V.I.P
    Momma: that right my child
    Boy: I was polite momma; I was calm and I kept my cool
    I had my phone in my pocket ready to dial a number in case of the fall
    Then I remember what you said
    If we walk without God we don’t stand a chance
    Momma: I see, I see, my son
    There will come a day when all black boys of ages must hear the talk
    Boy: momma muddy waters drenched my eyes
    sweet defeat encticed my cheeks
    But momma I didn’t bow my head in shame or stumble and say, boy is not my name.
    I smiled and said my momma taught me my name at the ripe age of one
    She taught me pride every day before I stepped out the front door.
    she said child never bow your head in shame. It’s a honor because God
    never play games.
    So when I was stopped by the cops
    Pride
    Welcomed me as a friend
    and pride kept me strong, proud to be a young black man

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