Sheree Whitfield Speaks Out About Nene Leakes' 'Big Nose' Comments

Sheree Whitfield, a former cast member of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," missed out on the show this season but is sounding off on Nene Leakes after the cast member mentioned her during the recent season 5 reunion of the show.

Although Whitfield did not appear in season five of the show or attend the reunion, her rival Leakes decided to mention the former's "big nose" when explaining how she dealt with issues with her least favorite people on the show. Fans of the show took to Twitter to comment on Leakes' statements, especially after she decided to undergo a surgical procedure to slim the appearance on her own nose in the past.

"@NeNeLeakes CALLS @IamSheree 'BIG NOSE' & had surgery 2 get rid of her big nose & still has one! #doublestandard (SIC)," one person tweeted.

Whitfield re-posted the message on her Twitter account with the response, "enuff said."

The former reality television star went on to tell fans that she loved her original features, despite Leakes' criticism.

"Luv my nose, lips, eyes...myself," Whitfield tweeted. "Too bad some don't luv themselves, shame!"

Although Whitfield is no longer on the series, she became a trending topic on Twitter after Leakes mentioned the former star of the show Sunday.

"Cute," Whitfield tweeted. "Gone for an entire season..trending."

Whitfield also posted an image of herself on Instagram with a caption that seemed to cement her feelings on the matter.

"#Theystilltalking #OK," the former reality television star wrote.

While Whitfield has not been on the show this season, she did share some advice with one of the show's newest cast members Porsha Stewart amid a public divorce to former NFL player Kordell Stewart. Whitfield was formerly married to former NFL player Bob Whitfield and advised Stewart about overcoming her own situation.

"As a woman my heart goes out to her. Stay positive, stay strong and keep moving forward," Stewart told recently. "It's not easy. It's not easy for anyone, but it will get better."