We all know that when it comes to reality fame, the bad comes with the good. Many former housewives have had horror stories from being on the show and state that at the end of the day, it’s just not worth it. Adding to the list of disgruntled ‘wives is former RHOD Tiffany Hendra.
Tiffany only appeared on the first season of RHOD, and although she was relatively quiet, she is now speaking out on Bravo and Andy Cohen.
Tiffany recently went off in a public Facebook post warning the ladies of Dallas about upcoming casting for season three. In her post, Tiffany states:
“I’m getting texts and seeing FB posts that Bravo casting is looking for new women for Season 3 of RHOD. Hear me, ladies. If you want to be famous and willing to jeopardize your marriage, family and brand/mission – go for it. Bravo is a bottom feeder. People worship Andy Cohen. HA! What a crack up. He’s laughing at these women as he’s purchasing his next piece of NY real estate. Be mindful of who you worship!!! They are about exploitation and look for any crack to destroy you, your husband and your marriage for high ratings. (I think most of the NY housewives have gotten divorced!) They will dig up ANYthing to use against you. It’s just fact! You are paid to fight. Period. Beautiful, affluent women fighting is just about the ugliest thing to witness. I can’t, I won’t be quiet about this. Bravo uses you and laughs at you … all the way to the bank. It’s just gross.”
The post then goes on to praise D’Andra Simmons for staying true to herself and her beliefs. She also states that she wishes “this franchise would go to hell and die, once and for all” adding that we “need programming that celebrates strong female unity.”
We exclusively reached out to Tiffany to comment further on her experience; however Tiffany states that her only purpose was to warn fellow Dallas ladies about Bravo:
“My post was for the women here in Dallas. To enlighten them about the truth as casting begins and to protect them.”
It’s obvious that Bravo looks for the slightest crack and will go full force to exploit it. I do think some of the ladies such as Tiffany join the show with good intentions, only to leave with a bad taste in their mouth. On the other hand, I think there are plenty of women who would do anything for fame (including faking an extravagant lifestyle) and seem to enjoy playing the game.
Thoughts on Tiffany’s post? Do you think the bad outweighs the good when it comes to becoming a ‘Housewife?’
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