Candiace Dillard Confirms Askale Davis’ Departure from RHOP + Tells Fan How to Fix It

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Candiace Dillard’s feud with Mia Thornton led to many debates on social media.

Real Housewives of Potomac” star Candiace Dillard got caught up in a lot of drama during the recent season. Candiace has been focused on her music career. She clashed with newbie Mia Thornton over a video shoot. Candiace invited everyone with the exception of Ashley Darby to film a music video for “Drive Back.” While there, Mia had some questions for Miss Dorothy. And she asked Candiace’s mother if Chris Bassett was being paid to be Candiace’s manager. Well, Wendy Osefo caught this whole exchange. She told Candiace about Mia’s questions. This didn’t sit well with Candiace. So she decided to confront Mia. Of course, things went left quickly.

Mia said she only asked the questions because she felt the video shoot was unprofessional. And it all just seemed so low-budget to her. Candiace wasn’t having it. She told Mia that her mother is low budget. At the time, Candiace was unaware that Mia’s mother is a recovering drug addict. So what Candiace thought was a light response stung Mia more than she realized.

Some of the other cast members felt Candiace went way too far. But while they called her out, she appeared to have strong support from newbie Askale Davis.

Interestingly enough, a new report alleged that Askale was not asked back for the upcoming season.

Recently, a fan had something to say to Candiace about this. And Candiace responded.

Click next for the details. 

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  1. Is Wendy not Candiace’s real friend? Anyway, Askale really didn’t bring much and that’s why she didn’t get a lot of screen time. You can’t be a newbie and not involve yourself in drama and expect them to bring you back. Compare Askale’s first season to Mia, Eva, Drew and Candiace’s and then it should be understood why she wasn’t asked back.

    1. Candiace’s stans don’t like Wendy as her friend because Wendy won’t agree with everything she does. They were mad that Wendy said Candiace did too much when she came for Mia’s mom. Real friends call you out when you’re wrong. Going along with everything your friend does makes you a puppet.

  2. I’m glad all the housewives are returning. I don’t feel we learned enough about Askale for me to miss her. But maybe it’s a blessing that she wasn’t asked back. Being on these shows may have perks like the spotlight and money, but it does a number on most marriages.

    1. I don’t mind Askale as long as we can see more. I don’t like it when they only give these girls one season. At least give people two seasons to prove themselves.

  3. Askale went along with everything Candiace did last season. She didn’t tell her she was wrong about anything. That is not what RHOP needs, especially when the fans accuse Robyn of doing that for Gizelle every season even though we’ve actually seen Robyn tell Gizelle’s she is wrong about things.

  4. So they want Askale back on the show so she can continue to kiss Candiace’s a-s and blindly defend everything she does. This is why stans aren’t responsible for casting decisions.

  5. @ Anon They know Robyn calls out Gizelle but they ignore it to keep their narrative going. Askale is much worse than they think Robyn is. The fact that they want her back to be Candiace’s “loyal friend” like Wendy doesn’t hold Candiace down is telling. The only thing Wendy hasn’t defended Candiace about is the “your mother” thing now they don’t think she’s a real friend. It’s so childish

  6. Aww Candiace has a real friend in Wendy. And she can handle herself very well anyway. I’m glad all the wives are back. As long as Askale didn’t burn bridges, she can still come back at some point.

  7. I still want Candiace and Ashley to be friends. They would read the girls down and dominate as a duo. Crossing my fingers that it happens one day. Ooh and add Wendy and it’s the perfect trio. ?

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