Following the RHOBH star’s criticism of other Housewives for being impolite at BravoCon earlier this month, there was a murky back and forth. Even after BravoCon is gone, people still throw shade.
Olivia Flowers is applauding after Crystal Kung Minkoff of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills claimed to have encountered “so many” hostile Bravolebrities during a post-convention interview with E!’s Justin Sylvester and Adrienne Bailon last week.
The Southern Charm star is insisting that it was actually Minkoff who came off rude during the three-day convention in Las Vegas earlier this month.
“I thought she was rude,” Flowers commented on E! News’ post about Minkoff’s remarks.
The interaction was captured by Bravo fan account, queensofbravo, who screenshotted the comment and posted it on their Feed, prompting Flowers’ castmates to share their hot takes.
Leva Bonaparte simply left behind a trail of laughing emojis, before clarifying her comments in a thread under the post.
“@queensofbravo I found K super sweet and nice and went out of her way to say hello! For the record!,” she added, seemingly referring to Crystal. “But the rest of the swipes had me on the floor! 😂.”
Minkoff’s new castmate, Anne Marie Wiley, commented as well, writing, “I’m dead 😂😂😂.”
Real Housewives of Dubai’s Chanel Iman, meanwhile, came to Minkoff’s defense, adding, “Crystal is so lovely and kind and very supportive I don’t believe this nonsense ❤️.”
Who Minkoff was talking about in her interview with the site is unknown. She also disclosed whose franchise the mean female behavior originated from, even if she refrained from naming names.
It’s startling. New York, I won’t mention names,” Minkoff remarked. When asked if she meant the women who were featured on the rebooted season 14 (Sai De Silva, Brynn Whitfield, Ubah Hassan, Erin Lichy, and Jessel Taank) or the original cast members of The Real Housewives of New York City (Luann de Lesseps, Kelly Bensimon, Dorinda Medley, and Sonja Morgan were present), Minkoff responded, “both.”