Last week, Kyle Richards of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills took to her Bravo blog to show her regrets about accusing co-star, Carlton Gebbia of being anti-Semitic.
Kyle says she does not believe in witchcraft (I wish she met my Uncle Love, the voodoo priest in the swamps of Florida before he died), and that the thought of anyone wanting to practice black magic is unsettling to her. She does, however, believe in bad energy. She claims that she does not want to be around “negativity.” You’re on the wrong show for that, Kyle.
Kyle admits that being anti-Semitic in the BH would NOT fly, and that she should have been more cautious with her choice of words. She goes on to say that Carlton is not someone she sees herself being good friends with, and she doesn’t care what Carlton nor anyone else thinks about her.
Except, of course, if you’re suggesting she’s being cheated on with a younger woman (or a tranny). Then the claws are out!
I have to admit, I am no fan of Kyle’s, however I commend her for standing her ground, keeping her cool, and even recognizing and owning up to her mistakes regarding the incident.
This week, after witnessing Kyle’s and fellow RHOBH co-star, Brandi Glanville’s conversation about her, Lisa VanderPump takes to her own Bravo blog to discuss her shock and disappointment in her “friends,” and addresses Yolanda’s anger towards her for inviting Mohamed to Ken’s and Mauricio’s birthday party.
About Yolanda’s stepdaughter’s wedding held at Mohamed’s, Lisa says she did not even know when it was, and that she extended an invitation to Mohamed, because he is her close friend (just as I thought).
Regarding the malicious conversation that was all about her, Lisa wishes Kyle would have questioned Brandi’s motives for bringing this to her. She also feels that Kye should have defended her (have her back, Kyle!) Lisa is devastated to see a person she “loved and trusted” try to malign her in the first place.
Lisa informs us that she gives up, and has tried to be a friend to all.