Gizelle Bryant claims that she chatted with Wendy Osefo about the Eddie cheating rumors before season 6 began filming.
“I’m gonna give you a little tea before the season even started; she and I talked about it on the phone,” she said on a recent episode of We Should Talk with @gibsonoma. “We talked about all the social media stuff. It was a very rushed conversation, and we had to get off the phone, and in my mind, I was like, ‘I’m gonna readdress this with her.’ But, like, not the reaction she had in Williamsburg — at all! Very, very, very strange and different.”
She added, “Because I had talked to her about these things before, and she wasn’t upset about any of it! Right? So to talk about it on camera, clearly, is not gonna upset you. Her reaction, for me, was bonkers. Why would [your reaction] be the difference if you weren’t upset about it off-camera?”
Meanwhile, Wendy told OK! Magazine that Gizelle’s actions “definitely hurt my feelings.”
“My issue was with Gizelle – bringing up something that she said she knows is a lie on a platform with millions of people,” she added. “I thought we were better than that. If you’re my friend, then why would you bring it to the platform? Because as a friend, you are supposed to squash rumors of your friend, not bring them up, and if you are so considerate, then I would expect you to talk to me about it.”
She later admitted to Entertainment Tonight that she believes Gizelle’s attacks on Eddie were premeditated.
“I do think it was premeditated,” she confessed. “And I also know that certain individuals on this show have a pattern in the practice of attacking people’s families. That’s what they do. That’s what they get off on. And you know, again, if that’s what you do, do you, but don’t do that with the Osefo crew. I don’t play.”
She continued, “Talk about my wigs, my clothes, anything you want to, chile. Just talk about me, but don’t talk about a man who is not just a good husband, but a good father. And his only crime is supporting me to be on this platform. Don’t do that because I will drag you.”
The Real Housewives of Potomac airs on Sundays at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.