'RHONY' Star Ramona Singer And 'RHOP' Star Gizelle Bryant's Feud Continues As One Says The Other Uses Their Name For Press
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'RHONY' Star Ramona Singer And 'RHOP' Star Gizelle Bryant's Feud Continues As One Says The Other Uses Their Name For Press

Ramona Singer doesn’t care that Gizelle Bryant does not want to be her friend. The longtime The Real Housewives of New York star says she is unbothered by comments Bryant recently made about her. Bryant referred to Singer as not being nice. As a result, Bryant says she does not care to get to know Singer.

Ramona Singer says Gizelle Bryant wants press

During Singer’s recent appearance on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen, a fan asked the RHONY star how she feels about Bryant saying she is not interested in getting to know her. “She just wants press, I don’t care,” Singer responded. 

Singer is currently starring on the Housewives spinoff Ultimate Girls Trip. She’s clashed with every cast member, most notably RHOA star Kenya Moore. Her co-stars accuse Singer of being rude, dismissive, and needing attention. Things got so tense between Moore and Singer that Moore knocked a drink out of Singer’s hand, causing the situation to become semi-physical. 

Despite being on the cast with her NY co-star Luann de Lesseps, even de Lesseps is tired of Singer’s antics. de Lesseps says Singer is used to getting away with “bad behavior.” During episode 6, Singer promised to be more aware of the words she speaks and says she needs to do some serious inner work to become a better person. 

What Gizelle Bryant previously said

Bryant sat down with Chanel Omari on her podcast, Chanel in the City, and said: “I’ve always gotten a massive amount of love from all the other housewives on every other franchise except Ramona Singe. But I mean, and she doesn’t really count.” “We all have the same title. We all are Real Housewives. Whether you, you know, have gotten fired, whether you were you know, fired and brought back, you know, whatever the case may be like, we all understand what this is.”

She continued, adding, “We all know what each other does, right? And we’re all in this thing together. And there aren’t many of us. You know, when you put this in perspective, there aren’t really many of us! I don’t know her. I don’t care to get to know her. I don’t know what her issues are. And quite frankly, it’s not even any of my business. Like, it doesn’t affect me in any way. You know, she is who she is, right?”

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