Lisa Vanderpump has been quite quiet on social media since the season 10 premiere of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
The former RHOBH OG is now addressing some of the drama while also revealing if she’s watching season 10.
The season 10 premiere of RHOBH, paid homage, or threw shade, depending on how you look at it, to LVP’s infamous season 7 tagline: “The crown is heavy, darlings, so just leave it where it belongs,” with the title The Crown Isn’t So Heavy.
Lisa seemingly reacted to the title when an RHOBH fan tweeted that the crown belongs to Kyle Richards’ head.
“The crown is heavy darling, so just leave it wear [sic] it belongs… on @KyleRichards head…,” a fan tweeted.
The Pump Rules HBIC replied, “Way to support your countrymen lol.”
Another fan tweeted that true LVP fans will continue to protest RHOBH because of how Bravo treated their Queen.
Lisa revealed that she hasn’t watched season 10 of RHOBH and has no plans to do so.
“… Bravo’s wrong to treat you as they have & we fans will continue to protest their treatment of you,” a fan tweeted.
“Well, thank you, I haven’t watched and won’t…too busy cleaning cooking lol. Worrying times now for sure, stay safe,” Lisa replied.
A different fan encouraged Lisa to stay fabulous and not to watch the show while insisting that ratings were way down.
“Don’t watch—not worth your time & only upset you (which they want)—we’re not watching. Their 1st episode ratings were WAY DOWN (insert evil laugh here). You just keep being fabulous as always & you all stay safe too with gloves, masks & whatever means possible,” the fan wrote.
This was when Lisa admitted that she’s doing all she can to protect her hubby Ken Todd and his health. She also revealed that Ken’s son from his first marriage had Coronavirus but has since recovered.
“It’s very unnerving for sure; we just all have to hope this will pass. So many losses tho, I am protective of Ken also his son had it and has recovered, we were very worried. Sending love,” Lisa explained.
Speaking of Coronavirus, Lisa hopes that her four L.A. based restaurants can survive the current shutdown.
“It’s not just our business. It’s our life as well. And so many people have worked for us for years. I mean, now they’re all on unemployment. But just the whole fact that it’s just everything gone right now. We can’t go in there. I can’t see what’s going on. It’s been devastating. It’s been really sad; I have to say,” Lisa told Andy Cohen on a recent episode of WWHL.
Vanderpump Rules airs on Tuesdays at 9/8c on Bravo.
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