Sheree Whitfield questioned Iyanla Vanzant’s motives, offered advice to NeNe Leakes and updated viewers on Chateau Sheree during her recent appearance on “Watch What Happens Live.”
OWN life coach, Iyanla, was a guest on Andy Cohen’s Bravo show a few weeks ago after having Sheree on “Fix My Life.” Sheree had already expressed her disappointment in her counseling session with Iyanla and reiterated that for her, Iyanla didn’t fix much of anything.
“I really didn’t learn anything from Iyanla; it actually went in a whole different direction than what I was told,” she said. ”I was really misled.”
Though her ex-husband, Bob Whitfield, has made some child support payments since Sheree first took him to court during season 4 of “Real Housewives of Atlanta,” she didn’t credit Iyanla with making that happen. However, she did get something from the experience.
“What I did take out of it… just me growing and that I can’t control other people’s actions. I can only react, and I choose to do my thing,” said Sheree who’s thing includes taking her time and not rushing into Chateau Sheree.
“Chateau Sheree needs its own show,” joked Sheree. “I’m still working on it. It takes time. It takes time. I’m not rushing. It’s going to be right.”
Although it’s been nearly two years since viewers first learned of the new home Sheree was building, she said she’s not giving up on realizing that dream.
When Bravo’s Toya Bush-Harris, of “Married to Medicine,” expressed interest in buying the home, Sheree turned down the offer.
Sheree also turned down the opportunity to disparage her former “RHOA” co-star NeNe Leakes during “Watch What Happens Live.” During a one-on-one between NeNe and Andy, the “Glee” actress called Sheree “very evil,” “mean” and expressed her regret in having ever suggested Sheree for “RHOA.”
Sheree suggested that instead of talking about her, NeNe should “maybe get a life.”
“I don’t understand why you feel the need to continue to talk about me because I’m not talking about you,” she said. “I don’t think about you.”
Watch Sheree below.