AceShowbiz - NeNe Leakes is never one to show off her body in revealing outfits. However, in a rare movement, the Bravo personality left little to the imagination when she shared on Instagram over the weekend several photos of herself rocking a barely-there swimsuit while hanging out by the pool.
Her top part of her swimsuit tied off around her neck with small strips of fabric going down her chest, revealing a major amount of cleavage and side boobs. The sexy outfit also featured a sheer fabric on her stomach and a string bikini bottom. One photo showed NeNe lying on the floor as she spread her arms wide, while another photo found "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star additionally wearing a beach hat.
She wrote in the caption of the latter photo, "Just because I don't show it, don't mean I ain't got it." Seemingly referring to her husband Gregg, NeNe added, "Just ask him."
Considering NeNe barely posted pictures of her in revealing outfits on social media, her followers were undoubtedly going wild. "Dam I didn't know you had all of that wow," a follower commented. "I gotta get my life together cause this is real life body goals," another said while someone else gushed, "That's crazy she's almost 80 and she looks this gooodtttt Push through queen! Giving us body!" Phaedra Parks also raved over her former "RHOA" co-star as writing, "I see you."
NeNe is currently busy filming for the season 12 of "RHOA" after shutting down rumors that she'd been suspended from the first half of the new season. "I have never been suspended," she said during an interview on Majic Radio Show. "And I am on season 12. Thank you very much."
Rumors of NeNe getting suspended began to swirl after she physically attacked a cameraman who tried to follow Kandi Burruss and Porsha Williams as they went into her closet. Defending her action on "Watch What Happens Live", she told host Andy Cohen, "How are you going to overreact in your own home? If I tell you to visit me and sit right here, you need to sit right here. You don't have the right to go through my house to open my doors, my closets, my pantries, none of that."