Monique Samuels Applauds Wendy Osefo for Not Getting Physical With Mia Thornton Following Drink Toss

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Monique Samuels is showing support for Wendy Osefo after she got into a heated argument with Mia Thornton on Sunday’s episode of the Real Housewives of Potomac.

The former Bravoleb applauded Wendy for not getting physical with Mia after she tossed a full drink in her face during dinner in Miami.

“I don’t know the entire story, but I applaud Wendy for not getting physical as I did after I was hit in the face with a glass,” Monique told The Neighborhood Talk. “She had every reason to defend herself after being splashed in the face and then apparently hit with a purse, and she chose to use her words instead.”

“One thing Wendy said to me back then at Karen’s home was she would never get physical; she would use her words. Clearly, she lived up to that statement in this moment,” she added.

“I told her at the season 5 reunion she and her family would be next,” Monique explained. “The hate with some of those women is not for the camera. They’re real-life miserable.”

“One thing Wendy should understand is that it’s not about her actions or lack thereof, she could have sat there quietly, and they still would have found reason to ice her out,” she continued. “The same ladies who told me words or even antagonizing someone is not grounds for getting physical are defending a person who got physical over Peter Thomas? LOL!!! Just Wow.”

The Real Housewives of Potomac airs on Sundays at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.

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