There’s been more controversy on RHOBH and RHONY.
To no surprise, “Real Housewives of Atlanta” isn’t the only show in the franchise to have a lot of drama. And neither is “Real Housewives of Potomac.” However, fans were still interested in seeing just how things would be after some of the casts became more diverse.
Actress Garcelle Beauvais joined “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” and attorney Eboni K. Williams joined “Real Housewives of New York.”
On recent episodes, race was discussed. For Garcelle, she took issue with her costar Kyle Richards calling her out for not donating to charity. Garcelle would later explain it was just a mix-up and she had the wrong address. But she told Kyle that accusations like these play into harmful stereotypes about black women. And she brought up the fact that black people are heavily stereotyped, even when it comes to tipping at a restaurant. When Garcelle has bad service, she still feels like she has to tip because she doesn’t want to be judged due to her race.
Kyle was open to the discussion and said she understood.
As for Eboni, she clashed with Luann de Lesseps. They argued after Eboni said she is the most educated person on the show. And at one point, Luann called Eboni angry. Eboni brought up the stereotype that suggests that black women are angry. This offended Luann who denied that her feelings had anything to do with race. And she told Eboni to leave her home.
Kenya Moore had something to say.
A lot of viewers have been calling out Kyle and Luann on Twitter. However, Kenya decided to give her opinions on social media.
In regards to Eboni, Kenya wrote the following on Luann’s Instagram post, “LOL degrees make you more educated, it doesn’t always mean they are more intelligent 😂.”
On Twitter, Kenya addressed Garcelle’s situation with Kyle, “I don’t think @KyleRichards calling Garcelle out about not paying her donation has anything to do with color. It’s not a black or white issue. It’s a green issue. Let’s not pull the race card every episode. They weren’t cool at the time. Glad they talked it through. ”
She continued, “Fun fact: NeNe never paid her $20k donation to @DPSFndtn and @Porsha4Real never paid her $5k to #blackmanlab both promised to pay ON CAMERA. Neither actually paid.”
When one Twitter user clapped back and accused Kenya of being a sellout, Kenya tweeted, “Hi @GarcelleB paid once she was made aware of the oversight. Others did not. IMO Kyle would have called ANYONE out who she was beefing with black OR white. I’m a fan of @GarcelleB and @EboniKWilliams is a beast! We can’t be objective to facts and sensitive.❤️ ”
Falynn Guobadia was called out.
In related news, Kenya wasn’t the only one who had social media drama recently. So did Falynn Guobadia. After she posted a clip of a trailer promoting her new interview, Simon Guobadia went off. And he accused Falynn of cheating on him and getting pregnant by someone he thought was a friend to them both.
Falynn responded to Simon’s accusations by posting the description of a narcissist.