Obsessed much? Kelly Dodd recently made a transphobic comment about one of her former Real Housewives co-stars on social media.
Kelly is desperately clinging on to her former Bravo fame that she’s saying anything and everything to get attention, whether it’s good, bad, or ugly.
The fired Real Housewives of Orange County alum continues to string along her beef with former co-star Heather Dubrow.
This time around, Kelly posted a side-by-side photo of Heather and TikTok influencer Dylan Mulvaney with the caption: “I realized why HD’s kids are confused.”
She continued, “Because HD is a man baby!! Look at the Adams Apple.”
If you don’t know, Dylan Mulvaney is transgender. She is the new spokesperson for Bud Light. Her hiring has caused quite a bit of controversy for the beer brand, with many boycotting the brand for hiring a trans spokesperson.
This isn’t the first time Kelly has gone after the Dubrows, their children, or the trans community.
Back in March, Kelly slammed Heather and her husband, Terry Dubrow, after they announced their youngest son, Ace, is transgender.
Kelly went on to mock Ace‘s choice of a name before saying Heather and Terry are only going along with this because they want the attention that comes with it. She also claimed that it was “child abuse.”
Fancy Pants denied Kelly’s allegations on the March 9 episode of her podcast, Let’s Talk With Heather Dubrow.
“I saw [people commenting that] talking about my son was [a way] to remain relevant or to create a storyline on a show,” Heather said. “Neither of these things are true. They are the farthest thing from the truth.”
“It’s really all about protecting my kids … physically and emotionally,” she admitted. “It became apparent we needed to say something. What our goal was is to acknowledge who our incredible son is and show how much we love and support our child.”
If that weren’t enough, Kelly previously landed herself in hot water when she mocked the use of pronouns while doing a Cameo video.
“This is Jennifer ‘she/her,’ I don’t get this,” Kelly said in the viral video. “You’re either a boy or a girl.”
She continued, “You’re born a girl or a boy. I don’t get it. You’re Jennifer. I’m sorry, I don’t give a f*ck.”
The former Bravoleb later clarified her comments in a video on her Instagram. Check it out below!
RHOC is expected to return for season 17 in mid-2023.