Oh no she didn’t!
This comes after the former OG fo the OC claimed that the Real Housewives of Orange County had become “toxic” and “really fake.”
Those last few years doing the show, for me, were really toxic, and when anything becomes toxic in my age at life — be it your career, relationships, friendships — you have to cut it out. Personally, I can’t be around that anymore,” Vicki told PEOPLE. “I can’t do the mean girls s—. I’m over it. And about halfway through last year, when my castmate was criticizing my appearance and calling me ugly, I really had a revelation. ‘What, am I going to cry every day because you think I’m less than? No, I’m not less than. We all do the very best we can with what God gave us. And I’m beautiful the way I am.’ I just had to get away from it and say, ‘You can’t hurt me anymore. No one can hurt me.’”
She continued, “The show really got off course from what we were supposed to be doing. In the beginning, it was about showing your real lives; your family, your friendships, your work. It was about really opening up and letting the world in. But it stopped being that and it started being about fighting. And they never showed my real life anymore. It just became fake.”
“I don’t create a storylines, like so many of these women do. I read somewhere that someone said ‘My storyline was over.’ Hold on. Last time I checked, this is a reality show. There is no storylines. Some of the other girls create fake storylines. I never have, I never will,” Vicki added.
Well, Braunwyn didn’t appreciate Vicki’s comments. On Twitter, Braunwyn hinted that Vicki may have been the “fake” and “toxic” part of RHOC!
“This season is so different, real issues, real relationships, I wonder what changed,” Braunwyn tweeted.
The Real Housewives of Orange County are expected to return to Bravo for season 15 in mid-to-late 2020.
Thoughts on Braunwyn’s response? Do you think RHOC will be better and more real without Vicki?