Laila Ali Admits She Doesn’t Understand The Point Of The Women’s March — After Starting A Feud With NeNe Leakes!

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Laila Ali is looking for trouble!

The daughter of boxing legend Muhammad Ali spent the past few months mourning the loss of her father, who passed away last June.

But now the former boxer has announced she is getting back in the ring — and in the spirit of the sport, is picking fights with just about everyone!

Video: Laila Reveals Final Moments With Her Father

Speaking on The Tomorrow Show with Keven Undergaro, the 39-year-old took issue with drama starters like NeNe Leakes, saying there would be a “problem” if the Real Housewives alum ever got in her face!

Explaining why she could never be on a Bravo-type reality show, Laila said:

“If somebody got in my face like a NeNe Leakes or somebody like that, then we would probably have a problem├óΓé¼┬ª I remember I met her one time, and she was like, ├óΓé¼╦£oh you should come on my show,’ and I was like, ├óΓé¼╦£oh no’ because I already knew I would be in a lawsuit.”

Ha! That would be the best Real Housewives episode ever. But drama-starting Bravolebrities aren’t the only group Lalia took issue with├óΓé¼┬ª

The athlete also sounded off on the Women’s March in protest of Donald Trump, and admitted she didn’t quite understand the point of it all!

She confessed:

“As far as the women’s movement, I’m still trying to get a grasp on this whole marching thing, because I don’t understand yet, this is just honestly, what marching is going to do. So, I get getting out there and getting our voice out there, but what is marching — whether it was Black Lives Matter or the women’s march — I’m like, what is marching going to do?”

Um… how does the daughter of a historic social activist not understand how social activism works?

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While Laila agreed that the march “definitely brought attention” to the cause, she really wanted to know what the next step would be in continuing the protest. She added:

“It definitely brought attention, you know, when you got thousands of women in the street, but where are we gonna go from there? That’s what I want to know├óΓé¼┬ª I’m not knocking the marching, I’m just saying I have to understand├óΓé¼┬ª I have to understand the plan, the plan of action, that’s all.”

The plan is to resist Trump’s administration, girl! Get with the program!

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Watch Laila’s interview (below) to hear her full thoughts on the women’s march, getting back in the ring, and her advice for Ronda Rousey!

[Image via Bravo/YouTube.]

Feb 10, 2017 11:45am PDT

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