'RHOP's' Gizelle Bryant On 'RHONY's' Ramona Singer Amid Eboni K. Williams Drama: 'She Really Doesn't Count'
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'RHOP's' Gizelle Bryant On 'RHONY's' Ramona Singer Amid Eboni K. Williams Drama: 'She Really Doesn't Count'

Gizelle Bryant has been known to not mince her words, especially with her castmates. The Real Housewives of Potomac OG has no issue with speaking her mind.

Recently Bryant sat down with Chanel Omari on her podcast, Chanel in the City and dished on her experience with a fellow housewife, RHONY's Ramona Singer.

Bryant states the Singer is the only member out of Bravo’s Real Housewives franchise that isn’t friendly.

“I’ve always gotten a massive amount of love from all the other housewives on every other franchise except Ramona Singer,” Bryant said. “But I mean, and she doesn’t really count.”

“We all have the same title,” the TV personality added. “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.”

Bryant continued speaking of her experience, 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!”

Bryant furthered her stance, explaining, “I don’t know her. I don’t care to get to know her.”

“I don’t know what her issues are,” Bryant continued, referring to Singer. “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?”

Singer is currently under fire.

Singer has been embroiled in controversy lately as news leaked that her RHONY co-star Eboni Williams alleged she made a racist remark.

Page Six reported that Williams caught wind of a comment Singer allegedly made at Luann de Lesseps home after the two argued over who had the most formal education in the group. De Lesseps asked Williams to leave after the debate.

A production source exclusively told the media outlet that Singer, 64, allegedly said, “This is why we shouldn’t have black people on the show” in reference to Williams. Singer insists she said no such thing. “I never said that. It’s a terrible lie,” Singer told Page Six. “It’s very disappointing that even after my name was cleared that people still want to slander me.”

A third-party investigation reportedly cleared Singer of any wrongdoing, leaving Williams “dissatisfied.”

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