As Real Housewives by Potomac reunion has been playing out over the last few weeks, one thing that both fans and bravolebrities can agree on is that this reunion has been MESSY.
Between hosts Andy Cohen shouting Wendy Osefo for downgrading from her “tie” to large cardboard “receipts” and Gizelle Bryants apparently faint response to Wendy looking at the guest host Nicki Minajs cue card, it seems the ladies need a lesson in reading each other down. And current Real housewives in Atlanta and Real Housewives: Ultimately Girl travel contributing Kenya Moore think her friend, Gizelle, could use a few tips.
It all came after Gizelle posted this sharp tweet directed at Wendy, who responded with her own sharp and shady follow-up, calling her a “turkey neck” who did not “tweet all season.”
Kenya, who is friends with Gizelle, was recently asked during an Instagram Live session whether she believed her or not RHOP friend needed some help in the “reading” department.
Laughing, Kenya said, “Gizelle knows I’ve told her every single reunion, ‘Gizelle, call me first before making a reunion.’ Is Gizelle calling me? She obviously does not. I say, ‘Gizelle, you’re too smart, you’re too pretty, and you’re face to face RHOP. You can not sit there and be read down, every single time… every single reunion. You can not be a queen if you are read like that. Stop. You have to learn to read. “
That said, Kenya went on to say she loves Gizelle regardless of her less than stellar comeback abilities. When a fan called Gizelle messy, Kenya was quick to jump her friend’s defense to.
“I mean, people call me messy too. I mean, come on, it’s not a job? If we were not messy, I read when you say, ‘Oh, Kenya must be messy.’ “Stop. You can not win by any means,” she said.
The real housewives in Potomac reunion has just ended with the broadcast. Maybe Gizelle will reach out to Kenya ahead of future reunions?
Photo credit: Kathy Hutchins / Shutterstock, Instagram / GizelleBryant, Shannon Finney / Bravo
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