A friendship no one seen ending, quickly went to the point of no return in a matter of a season. RHOM stars, Lea Black and Adriana De Moura struggled all season long with moving on with each other and remaining cordial, but now, Lea could really care less about having Adriana apart of her life. She took to her Bravo blog this week to let the viewers know how she really feels about Adriana. Check out what Lea had to say
I had scheduled us all Sudden Youth facials at the spa, but I think everyone was so exhausted they just slept in. But Adriana showed up and that was interesting? Maybe people don’t agree with my feelings toward Adriana, but I’d rather take a stand than be popular. You just don’t get to rip my son’s heart out, try to turn my friends against me (people I introduced you to), lie to me for years, accept help under false pretenses, falsely accuse me for months on end that I gave the newspaper your marriage license, join the hate club, come in my home and yell and scream at me, snub me at every turn (even in my own home), then try to turn it all around on me and play the victim — all while wrongly accusing me of a fake name and a secret marriage. All this, just because I didn’t overlook or enable your bad behavior. And let’s not forget being silent during the character assassination at last year’s reunion. (Stay tuned, you may be surprised to find who all was plotting that…) And why was she silent? It really was deafening for someone who called herself a friend. Thinking back, her perception of me not cheering on her slap, or suggesting to her perhaps she shouldn’t have provocatively danced in a thong on national television in front of a see-through door, or told her she shouldn’t have accused a cast member of giving a blow job on national television was interpreted by her as me not taking her side or me judging her. All of those things that I said and advice I gave her was in her best interest. Isn’t that what real friends do — encourage you to do the right thing and when necessary try to save you from yourself? So what if I’m not an enabler? I won’t apologize for that. And I now see that she prefers to be surrounded by enablers. Oh, and those who rush to enable –shocking. Some people either live in denial or just turn a blind eye. God forbid anyone take a stand. She is used to deception –after all, she’s lived it for five years. Others may justify it or enable it, but it is what it is. The truth is she’s lied to everyone, including you, for 5 years. All of those conversations with her “fiancé” were simply lies. That’s the ugly truth. So now, at Joanna’s wedding, love is in the air. So all these months later, she FINALLY, officially admits that I DID NOT plant the article of the marriage license in the paper and perhaps one of the “other” girls did to cause her to turn on me. NEWSFLASH! Hello? I wonder when and why she had this epiphany. All that drama and kicking and screaming and snubbing and wanting to “spit in my face” week after week was for nothing? Oops! In my world there are consequences to one’s actions. I never doubted staying true to my convictions, maintaining my principles, my character, and my integrity, and I don’t regret it. I refuse to compromise who I am to expose who someone else is or isn’t — and they always wind up doing that themselves. My instincts served me well after this saga. For those who support me, a very appreciative and heartfelt THANK YOU. And for those of you who think I should have been more forgiving and move forward with trust instead of trepidation, or pretend nothing ever happened — stay tuned for the reunion and then decide. I think you will agree that even with all the lies and camouflaging and pretense (and you’ve only watched a fraction of it), her core has now been exposed. People come into your life for a reason, a season, or a lifetime, as they say. To me, this has been a learning experience. Perhaps I should just give thanks — after all it’s not every day in life that one can learn lessons as obvious as this one. I’m sure you’ve all heard, “When someone tells you who they are, believe them”? Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me. I believe in second chances, but when you get into double digits — enough! LOL! I can, of course, move forward, be amicable, take the high road and put the past in past, but trusting or overlooking or enabling? Well, that’s a different story, and that’s not who I am.
All season long Lea cried to the other girls that she doesn’t have a problem with Adriana and how she wants to move on, and now she doesn’t like her again. Which is it? I really don’t care either way, but be consistent. Don’t say things you don’t mean, like “I’m sorry, let’s move on.” Whose side are you on? Adriana’s or Lea’s?