Wendy Osefo Leaves Andy Cohen Speechless with Recent Comments About Karen Huger

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Wendy, Robyn, and Gizelle have been very critical of Monique.

Real Housewives of Potomac” fans are very divided about the altercation. While there are some who feel Monique Samuels was completely in the wrong, others think Candiace Dillard isn’t innocent. And they often bring up the knife incident. Last season, Candiace and Ashley argued at Candiace’s home. After Ashley said it’s actually Miss Dorothy’s house, Candiace snapped.

She had to be restrained by Chris Bassett. And not too long after, she threw a knife at Ashley.

The moment is one that some viewers will never forget. So they can’t understand why most of the cast has moved on from it. This is especially true since Robyn Dixon, Gizelle Bryant, and Wendy Osefo called Monique out the most.

Recently, Robyn explained why she has moved on from the knife incident. And she said that she tries to move on from things that happened in the previous seasons. Regardless, Gizelle hasn’t. So she had no problem reminding Monique of all the things she’s done in the past. She believes Monique’s past actions are proof that she’s a violent person. So she doesn’t want to be around Monique anymore.

Karen’s loyalty to Monique doesn’t sit well with some.

While these three are Team Candiace, Ashley Darby and Karen Huger refuse to turn their backs on Monique. Although Karen wants to remain friends with Candiace and Monique, some feel she’s being shady by doing so. They feel Karen should be done with Monique completely.

And on the recent episode, Robyn said Karen was wrong to not call Monique out “publicly.”

Interestingly enough, Wendy had something interesting to say about Karen on “Watch What Happens Live.” And what she said left Andy Cohen and Loni Love speechless.

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