Karen explains how she thinks Gizelle and Robyn stirred the pot.
“Real Housewives of Potomac” has been rocked by Monique Samuels and Candiace Dillard’s altercation. While talking more about it during the After Show, the women had some interesting things to say. Karen Huger is convinced that the situation is something Gizelle Bryant has been waiting on. In fact, Karen believes Gizelle has been jealous of Monique from day one.
In Karen’s opinion, Robyn Dixon and Gizelle have been stirring the pot for a while now.
During the After Show, Karen said, “For me what was clear was that some of the girls, ie. Robyn and Gizelle, wanted Monique and Candiace to have a conversation. And so they encouraged it and I clearly said they’re not ready.”
She added, “I said, ‘No. Please don’t force them to have a conversation.’”
Karen goes on to say things popped off right after the conversation began.
Robyn and Gizelle place blame on Karen.
Later on in the After Show, Karen said Gizelle creates problems and then walks away, “In my opinion, Gizelle will strike a match. Let it burn and walk away. You know, and that’s what she did.” She continued, “Unfortunately this fight for Gizelle is a cherry on the cake. She was waiting for this and sitting on ready. And unfortunately, she got it.”
Robyn got ticked off while talking about Karen. She said after the altercation, Karen walked up to her and Gizelle blaming them for what occurred. In response to this, Robyn said, “How dare you? You’re the one that could have prevented this a long time ago.”
Robyn goes on to explain how Karen could have prevented the altercation, “I told her get the h*ll out of my face, get out of here with that sh*t. Do not…this is not acceptable. And that she is the one that could have prevented it because she is closer to them. She could have had a moment with them and really just said, ‘I’m not accepting this anymore.’”
She added, “So I was already like a little disappointed with her because of that. How can she pinpoint something like this on us? We had zero to do with that.”