Camille Grammer just can’t stop talking about the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills!
In the former RHOBH star’s latest batch of tweets, she accuses Andy Cohen of perpetuating a “two-faced narrative” of her.
This comes after Andy asked former RHOBH star Eileen Davidson about Camille’s wishy-washy ways during season 9.
“No, I don’t like that,” Eileen said when asked about Camille’s two-faced ways on Monday’s episode of WWHL.
She added, “I like Camille a lot, but straight-shooting is my preference.”
A fan then suggested a theory that Andy was punishing Camille for defending Brett Kavanaugh during season 9 and probably wanted her gone because of that.
Personally I think this is the most ridiculous theory. There are plenty of Housewives Andy loves and keeps employed that have very different political opinions than him. Good TV is good TV.
Camille seemed to kind of agree with the fan but asked if others felt this way.
Then said, “It’s sad that we can’t have different viewpoints.”
As for the upcoming tenth season of RHOBH, Camille says she was asked to appear as a guest but declined.
Adding, “I don’t want to come back.”
When it comes to all the drama from season 9, Camille called her former co-stars “bullies” and said she never wanted to start drama during the season.
“I didn’t want to start any drama. I just lost my house. I believe the ladies took me to task. I was blindsided. My girlfriend Rose thought that were awful to me. She couldn’t sleep that night. She was upset for me,” Camille said.
Camille also insisted that unlike her co-stars her drama during season 9 was real.
“My drama was real. Missing my house and the death of my dear friend was very real. Their drama was made up/fake. Provence was a joke that was fake drama.”
She continued, “It was bullying. I don’t think everyone ganging up on an individual is good nor does it make for good TV. Poorly managed. Smh.”
“Rinna started the political rants on the show this season,” Camille tweeted.