Leave it to NeNe Leakes. The Real Housewives of Atlanta star is a well-known diva, but what she's asking guests of her wedding to do prior to attending is outrageously divalicious even for her.
If you recall, she got engaged on New Year's Eve to her ex-husband Gregg Leakes. After their divorce they decided they're better together than apart, and this Saturday, they're getting married once more.
There's been a lot of speculation about who's on the guest list, but by all accounts it's going to be a star-packed audience watching her walk down the aisle. Star or no star, however, ALL wedding guests are being forced to sign a confidentiality agreement. And it's not just any confidentiality agreement that just says you can't tell anyone what went down, but one that makes some of the craziest stipulations you've ever heard.
According to WetPaint, guests must not:
be under the influence of any medication or drugs that might impair my physical or mental ability to engage in the Activity or that might impair my judgment while engaging in the Activity.
Well, that's no fun. Isn't alcohol a drug? Good thing Kim Zolciak is pregnant, or that might be reason enough for her not to attend. The agreement also states that guests must be in "good health," and they must promise they're not paying anyone or getting paid to attend.
I represent and warrant that I gave nothing of value nor did I agree to give anything of value to anyone so I could be in the program.
Finally, my favorite provision, because it seems so random. Guests must promise that they are:
not currently and during one (1) year from today do not intend to be a candidate for public office.
So I guess President Obama isn't invited? If you do break any of these promises, you'll be slapped with a $50,000 fine for each one. That could really add up if you're a drunk politician taking bribes.
I understand the agreement to a degree. It's her special day, and she doesn't want any drama. And if there is drama, she doesn't want anyone to go blabbing about it. Still, when you invite someone to something as special as your wedding, you hopefully love and trust them enough to do the right thing. If you don't, then maybe you shouldn't invite them in the first place.
What do you think of Nene's confidentiality agreement -- understandable or outrageous?
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