“The Real Housewives of Atlanta” Season 11 reunion left fans divided after the cast discussed Nene Leakes’ “Bye Wig” party. During the gathering, Nene lashed out at guests and the production crew after Porsha Williams and Kandi Burruss went in her closet without permission.

Nene’s outburst sent a producer to the hospital and left one camera with a ripped t-shirt. In the end, Nene was also accused of pushing Porsha, who was pregnant at the time.

At the Season 11 reunion, Porsha confirmed that Nene pushed her while trying to get people out of her closet. “I felt a hand on my back, and my belt came off, and I went forward,” Porsha told “RHOA” reunion host Andy Cohen.

“So at that point, I was like, ‘Okay, you know what? She means it.’ And once I walked on out the closet, that’s when I saw the man’s shirt ripped and then I saw her choking up the producer. And that’s exactly what happened.”

Nene denied putting her hands on Porsha and on Monday, Nene shared a photo from the party on Instagram that had fans questioning whether the incident was edited to make Nene look bad.

The photo features Marlo Hampton, Kandi, Nene and Porsha in great spirits moments after coming out of the closet. It appears Nene may have gotten the photo from a fan, whose comment she previously retweeted.

“So now we see MORE of the footage which shows @NeNeLeakes @iheartMarlo and @Porsha4real all laughing and walking calmly out of the closet while Porsha adjusts her belt. I think editing has helped create this mess. So bravo @BravoTV!” the fan wrote.

Other fans seemed to agree, but one viewer wasn’t convinced of Nene’s innocence in the altercation. “It doesn’t matter what you post and what nene retweets. She put her hands on a producer and knocked somebody’s tooth out. She did what she did and is unapologetic about it.”

Although they may find a way to reconcile later on, for now, it appears Nene’s friendship with Porsha is over.

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NeNe Leakes is still at war with one of her “Real Housewives of Atlanta” co-stars. The reality star is pictured attending VH1 Hip Hop Honors: The 90s Game Changers on Sept. 17, 2017 in Los Angeles. John Sciulli/Getty Images