'RHOP': Will Gizelle Bryant And Karen Huger's Truce Last? Fans React To The Hatchet Burying
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'RHOP': Will Gizelle Bryant And Karen Huger's Truce Last? Fans React To The Hatchet Burying

After six seasons of on-again-off-again verbal wars, Gizelle Bryant and Karen Huger called it a truce and agreed to a clean slate during the Sept. 12 episode of The Real Housewives of Potomac. This season, Gizelle accused Huger of spreading lies about her faking her rekindled relationship with her ex-husband Jamal Bryant and Jamal having more children outside of their relationship. Per Gizelle, the rumors hurt her and Jamal’s three daughters.

Gizelle’s claims were interesting to many considering that her daughters were never fans of her rekindled romance with their father, citing his past philandering ways as the reason. Gizelle and Jamal have since broken up, saying it was difficult to uphold a long-distance relationship in the midst of a global pandemic. 

For Huger, she cites Gizelle’s history of shading her marriage as the reason she was unable to move forward. Furthermore, Huger says she took issue with Gizelle using the word “dead” in a conversation about her husband Ray. Gizelle insists Huger took her words out of context. 

But alas, the women agreed to move forward in peace during Season 6 newcomer Mia Thornton’s “Goddess Party,” where all the women were to discuss their issues and amicably move forward. Some social media users aren’t convinced the two will play nice, but many are hoping they can return to the fun frenemies they were in an earlier season.

Both sides of chatter may be correct. As the RHOP after show airs, Huger and Gizelle continue trading jabs at one another and make remarks about one another on social media after each episode airs. Still, they appeared on Bravo Chat Room together, also indicating that they can play nice. Only time will tell whether they have truly buried the hatchet. 

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