I love a crossover beef!
Over the summer, Ramona Singer made headlines for refusing to take a photo with Gizelle Bryant at a Hamptons party in the video below, which is quintessential Ramona Singer behavior.
Hey, at least she's consistent. If I was at a party and Ramona DIDN'T push me out of a group photo, it wouldn't feel right.
A few weeks after the snub, Gizelle spoke to PEOPLE and spilled all the tea about her awkward run-in with New York Housewife and apparently there was more drama than what we saw in the short clip. Gizelle shared that Ramona not only didn't want to take a photo with her but that she was literally running away from the Potomac Housewife at the party. She told the outlet:
“I don’t mind telling people to move out of a picture ’cause I do that all the time. However, she saw me coming and they asked me to take a picture with her and she started running from me! Literally, running from me! I was like, ‘What is wrong with this woman? She’s insane."
I'm guessing millions of other people can all say they've shared the same experience with the Ramona Coaster.
The only thing more on-brand for Ramona than refusing to take a photo with someone is apologizing for it moments later in one of her forced, fake apologises where her eyes get bigger than her head. Gizelle said following the incident Ramona did say sorry for her behavior but the Green-Eyed Bandit didn't seem to care. She explained:
“It was so bad, she came and apologized to me later because everybody yelled at her for doing what she did,” Gizelle shared. “I was like, ‘Yeah, okay …”
Even though Gizelle and Ramona did end up taking a group photo together at the party, Ramona, of course, chose to post the photo without her in it.
This isn't the first time a Housewife from a different city has spoken out about Ramona being overly selective about who she decides to take a photo with.
Dolores Catania from Jersey spoke out months ago saying Ramona refused to take a photo with her ex-husband Frank Catania after he appeared on WWHL with her. I guess she's still a work in progress.
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