Last night’s Shahs of Sunset ended with Lilly Ghalichi leaving an explosive dinner with the Shahs after fighting with cast mate MJ, and she explains in her Bravo blog exactly why she is so upset, and thinks she makes MJ feel insecure about herself. Check out what Lilly had to say
I am so glad to see GG tell MJ exactly what I feel is correct: she should have RSVP’d. When someone that you don’t get along with invites you somewhere, YOU RSVP. Why is that so difficult for the rest of the group to understand? I’m not going to bend over at the last hour even a little for someone that has been so ugly to me, the fact that I even invited her was the bend.
Now on to dinner. Oh boy. I can’t believe MJ is still so intimidated by me when I walk through the door — look at her face! I don’t understand what I’ve done to make her feel so insecure other than exist. The jab that MJ took at Mohamed was unnecessary and so ugly. She doesn’t know him, she’s never met him, and she has never been to his house or any of his “parties.” I confirmed this with him after I left that dinner. Why she feels the need to constantly hate on and talk shit about people she doesn’t know (first me and now Mohamed) is dumbfounding to me. Things get ugly real fast, and all sorts of lies are then said. MJ keeps saying that I was “planning” to make sure she didn’t get into the party. Ummm, where is she getting this from? I invited her exactly like I invited the other 300 guests. She chose not to RSVP for the dinner or even come to the party at all! Either she’s delusional or other people in the group (ahem, Reza and his “visions”) are telling her lies. I hate to break it to her, but my birthday is about me, not humiliating MJ or locking her at the gates. That’s the stupidest thing I’ve ever heard. Is she 40 or 14?
I’m so sick of everyone treating MJ like she’s a child; she’s a grown-ass woman and I will hold her to the standards of any other adult, no special treatment. MJ loves to consistently say that I am a “fake lawyer” or I “live off a man.” It’s honestly so old at this point, I’m not even going to waste another second of my time or energy defending it. If she wants to think that and it makes her feel better about herself to say it, go ahead, honey! This group is so overwhelming. Someone is always attacking someone else, mad at someone, hates this person, can’t stand that person, best friends with this person now, but hates that person now. It’s too much! Do something constructive and positive with your time and energy instead of worrying about such petty things in life.
I have reached a tremendous amount of success in my life not by accident or luck, but by working. You have to stay focused on your dreams in life, and devote your energy to those dreams and accomplishing your goals. With the kind of drama this group involves, there’s no way you’ll ever be able to be focused and driven in life — you’ll be too mentally drained! It’s clear to me now that MJ is so intimidated by my sheer existence and will never be able to be around me. It is also clear to me now that her harsh statement is correct — everyone at that table is her friend, not mine. I didn’t know it was a choice, and they had to be friends with one and not the other — again, 3rd grade — but so be it. I’m not sure why I thought it was a good idea to let Reza bring me into his group of “Persian” friends in the first place, but at this headache of a dinner I definitely realize I do not belong here, so I leave. It is disappointing and hurtful because I have become close to and love everyone in the group, but the last thing I need are fake friends. I have plenty of real friends that I can surround myself with that are positive, drama-free, and hardworking. So, I’m done.
Thoughts on what Lilly had to say?