‘RHONY’: Ramona Singer Thinks the Majority of the Cast Has a Drinking Problem

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Although she’s loved just a few cocktails with the forged, Ramona Singer from The Real Housewives of New York City thinks she is without doubt one of the few forged members who has her consuming below management.

Tinsley Mortimer, Leah McSweeney from 'RHONY'
Tinsley Mortimer, Leah McSweeney | Heidi Gutman/Bravo

In the newest episode, Dorinda Medley tries to summon Singer to dinner after placing Sonja Morgan to mattress following one too many sturdy drinks. Luann de Lesseps and Leah McSweeney wait on the desk as tensions mount. When Medley finds Singer on a lounge chair, Singer asks if she is okay. Medley shares that Morgan was a multitude, however Singer returns by telling Medley she’s been a multitude too.

“No, I have not,” Medley says. “You’ve been a mess like that and I’ve helped you in it. And I’ve never called you out.” Medley says in a confessional she tried to have a dialogue with Singer however as an alternative Singer finds each alternative to “schadenfreude” her. In an earlier episode, the group discussed the idea of “schadenfreude” which is when a person takes pleasure in witnessing one other individual’s unhappiness or misfortune.

Ramona Singer tells Dorinda Medley that she and Sonja Morgan want AA

Medley turns into pissed off with Singer and walks away. “You’re the one who has a drinking problem, you and Sonja,” Singer says to Medley with a smile on her face. “You should both go to AA [Alcoholics Anonymous].”

Medley walks away however is later seen in tears, telling McSweeney she’s harm that Singer insists she has a consuming drawback. Medley and a few of the different forged members have come down laborious on Singer this season for her self-centered habits, which incorporates ghosting friend Elyse Slaine.

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“There’s a difference between telling someone like, ‘Hey I’m concerned about you’ and then saying, ‘You need to go to AA’,” McSweeney says in a confessional. “Which is obviously a totally patronizing, nasty thing to say to somebody.”

Ramona Singer insists she and Luann de Lesseps are the one sober ones within the group

“Ramona should know by now if you’re gonna play with fire you’re gonna get burned,” de Lesseps says in a confessional. So de Lesseps goes off to speak to Singer. Before de Lesseps can begin the dialogue, Singer tells her she’s consuming water. “Because I don’t want to end up like some of these other girls that we’re around, not mentioning names,” Singer says to de Lesseps.

“I feel like you and I are the only ones who are straight,” Singer insists. Instead of agreeing together with her, de Lesseps factors out that Singer harm Medley. “Dorinda you know how she gets if you talk about drinking,” de Lesseps says. “She says you told her to go to AA.”

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Singer blurts out that Medley acquired her “pissed off” however then says, “Actually I think she should go to AA. She drinks way too much.” In a confessional, Singer admits she isn’t positive if Medley ought to go to AA however as an alternative she ought to lay off of her. “Stop name-calling and saying Sonja has a problem when obviously you have a bit of a problem yourself,” Singer insists.

Singer insists the forged has a consuming drawback

Singer then doubles down on her assertion that she simply drinks water and is dwelling by midnight. “I don’t know, I’m not babysitting you,” de Lesseps says wanting uncertain. “God, I can’t keep up with you.”

Although de Lesseps tries to get Singer to cease attacking Medley for consuming, Singer received’t let it go. “I’m sorry, she has a drinking problem,” Singer exclaims. “And Sonja, a problem too. And Leah, a problem too. You know what? That’s why I don’t even want to drink anymore.” By this time de Lesseps appears exhausted with the dialog. But Singer goes again to insisting that Medley likes to play “holier than thou.”

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