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Brandi Glanville Thinks Kim Richards Should Put Zero Trust In Her Own Sister!

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Tuesday’s episode of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills was very intense with Kyle Richards and Brandi Glanville getting into a heated argument over Kim Richards. It all started when Kyle felt that Brandi was trying to get between Kim and herself which she didn’t appreciate. Brandi went on to insinuate throughout the episode that Kim shouldn’t trust her own sister. Kyle then stated that she doesn’t think Kim should put 100% trust in Brandi considering how Brandi has turned on people she once considered her BFF’s. Brandi was getting tons of backlash no twitter and after being called out told us that Kim should put zero trust in Kyle and that Bravo doesn’t show you everything! See what she had to say below

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Do you think Brandi has a point? Does Kim have any reason not to trust her sister?

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