Lisa Vanderpump Calls Out Brandi Glanville For “Vulgar” Remark
Lisa Vanderpump and Brandi Glanville have had their share of spats during their time on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”, but Glanville may have pushed Vanderpump too far this time.
Glanville appeared on “Watch What Happens Live” on Monday night and accused “The Real Housewives of Miami” star Joanna Krupa of having an affair with co-star Yolanda Foster’s ex-husband, Mohamed Hadid (the couple divorced in 2000). Glanville said she’d heard the news from Hadid himself.
Newlywed Krupa took to Twitter immediately, saying, “No wonder her husband left her” in reference to Glanville and her ex-husband, actor Eddie Cibrian, who had a highly-publicized affair with singer Leann Rimes and eventually married her. That dig led to Glanville making what Vanderpump called a disgusting, vulgar remark.
“Well, Mohamed did tell me that her p–sy smelled. It’s true! I’m not lying! And Lisa Vanderpump was there when he said it. Sorry, bitch. I win!”
“Mohamid Hadid is a man of integrity, he’s a gentleman. When she opens her mouth, whatever she says, her remarks have repercussions. Actions have consequences,” Vanderpump said. “And so, she carelessly threw out something so egregious and vulgar and it was upsetting to Joanna Krupa, who I don’t know very well at all . . . From what they both told me, she was not culpable in the demise of their marriage or involved in it in any shape or form. But I don’t know, I’m not commenting on that. What I am commenting on is that she said my friend would say something so distasteful, so disgusting — and the consequence is it affects him, his ex wife, and his children. It’s embarrassing and that man would never say that. That’s why I’m retaliating and hitting back. Not to defend myself, but you talk crap about my friend I’m going to come out all guns blazing.”
As for the future of the remnants of a friendship between the two ladies?
“Who wants to hear something like that? Sometimes I think she should just put a muzzle on it,” Vanderpump said.
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