'RHOP' Preview: Monique Samuels Explains Her Side Of The Skirmish With Candiace Dillard Bassett
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'RHOP' Preview: Monique Samuels Explains Her Side Of The Skirmish With Candiace Dillard Bassett

A week after their infamous winery brawl, Monique Samuels gives 0 effs about dragging Candiace Dillard Bassett. In an exclusive preview clip for Sunday’s episode, Samuels sits with her co-stars, sans Dillard Bassett, to give her side of their Jerry Springer episode.

Samuels says she blacked out but came to light as she held onto Dillard Bassett’s tightly secured wig. Newcomer Wendy Osefo is not amused by Samuels’ explanation. In fact, she calls Samuels out for not appearing remorseful.

With all the confidence in the world, Samuels lets the group know remorse is not something she feels. She does, however, feel embarrassed and insists that the behavior is out of character for her. Gizelle Bryant tells Samuels she no longer wants to be around her because she believes Samuels is a liability.

Samuels is unfazed by Bryant’s revelation that she prefers to not be in her presence and calmly tells Bryant she can exit the conversation. In her confessional, Bryant tells us that she and her ex-husband turned new boyfriend, Pastor Jamal Bryant, have a certain image to uphold and that being around Samuels can hinder that. Still, the Bryants reconciliation has resulted in backlash from viewers and the media.

You can watch the clip below:

Here’s the description of the current season: Gizelle Bryant rekindles a relationship with her ex-husband but her daughters struggle to accept it. Karen Huger and Ray’s marriage may be in question when Karen discovers that Ray’s feelings may have changed. Ashley Darby and Michael’s heavenly bliss with their new baby is threatened by news of Michael’s wild night out. Robyn Dixon and Juan are ready to make things official. Juggling three kids, the last thing Monique Samuels needs is drama with Candiace. But when a night with the girls gets out of hand, their friendship takes a turn that impacts all the women. Candiace Dillard Bassett and Chris contemplate adding a baby to the equation while Candiace confronts issues with Ashley and mounting conflicts with Monique. Nigerian-American Dr. Wendy Osefo, the newest housewife, is a triple threat as a professor, political analyst, and entrepreneur who is ready to make her mark in Potomac.

The Real Housewives of Potomac airs Sunday at 9 p.m. 

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