The Real Housewives of Potomac star recently revealed that Singer, 64, is the only member of the entire Bravo franchise who hasn’t been particularly friendly.
“I’ve always gotten a massive amount of love from all the other housewives on every other franchise except Ramona Singer,” Bryant said of the Real Housewives of New York City star. “But I mean, and she doesn’t really count.”
She continued to call out Singer for not being particularly warm and fuzzy to her fellow Bravo star: “We all know what each other does, right? And we’re all in this thing together. And there aren’t many of us. You know, when you put this in perspective, there aren’t really many of us!”
Bryant then went on to say that she doesn’t really know the Life On the Ramona Coaster author, saying, “I don't know her. I don't care to get to know her.”
“I don’t know what her issues are,” Bryant continued. “And quite frankly, it’s not even any of my business. Like, it doesn’t affect me in any way. You know, she is who she is, right?”
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“We all have the same title,” the TV personality added. “We all are Real Housewives. Whether you, you know, have gotten fired, whether you were you know, fired and brought back, you know, whatever the case may be like, we all understand what this is.”
Bryant’s unfavorable comments about Singer aren’t particularly surprising, considering that the RHONY star has a history of rubbing her costars the wrong way.
As OK! previously reported, Eboni K. Williams recently accused Singer of spitting racially-charged comments while filming for the show.
It was recently reported that Singer allegedly said, “This is why we shouldn’t have black people on the show,” according to a source close to the show’s producers.
Singer also caught backlash earlier in the week for endorsing a video that likened COVID-19 vaccination mandates to “Nazi territory,” to which she responded “So true.”
Many users on social media were outraged at Singer’s tweet, considering the reality star’s previous claims that Jewish people “hated her."
One angry Twitter user pushed for Singer to be fired from the franchise because of her history of racially-insensitive comments, writing: “Please get rid of this racist anti-Semite already.”