Leah McSweeney‘s sister Sarah from The Real Housewives of New York City mentioned she was pissed off and offended when she’d see among the forged go after her sister on the present. She has bother even watching the sequence.
“It makes me like really f**king angry, you know?” she mentioned on the Behind the Velvet Rope with David Yontef podcast. “Like there’s a lot of stuff wrong with us, but we’re not f**king judgemental and we’re honest. So I think with those two things, it’s really hard to point fingers. And I think the delusion of some of those cast members is f**king deep.”
McSweeney joined her sister and the remainder of the forged on a visit to Newport, Rhode Island. Unfortunately, she was invited, then uninvited … after which invited once more by among the longtime forged members like Ramona Singer.
Sarah McSweeney shades Ramona Singer and Sonja Morgan
Singer was welcoming at first however referred to McSweeney as a “demon” later at dinner. Sonja Morgan agreed with Singer and thought McSweeney was “weird.”
“I didn’t get to know the women that well, because half of them didn’t speak to me on the Rhode Island trip,” McSweeney mentioned. “And so I don’t feel like I got a great sense of who they really are because I was coming in as Leah’s little sister and I think there’s always an aspect of competition. So I think if I met one of them in a social setting, I would maybe have a different idea.”
“I do think that Ramona is like, I mean, I just can’t even believe, like she’s shocking,” McSweeney mentioned looking for the appropriate phrases about Singer.
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“She’s shocking to me at her like lack of self-awareness,” she continued. “And it was a little, like for me, sad with the Sonja thing. I always really liked Sonja just from afar and kind of feel like she’s like a one-trick pony, you know? She’s funny when she’s drunk, maybe almost less now, but, or maybe she’s still as funny. I just don’t like her as much.”
McSweeney likes Dorinda Medley
“I like Dorinda [Medley],” McSweeney mentioned. “I think she’s a straight shooter, you know? And even if she comes off mean, sometimes being mean is telling the truth, you know?”
“But the thing is, unfortunately, she likes to tell the truth a lot while maybe drinking, which I am also guilty of,” she mentioned. “And so I know that sometimes it’s not your place to tell the truth, what’s wrong with someone or whatever, you know, but when booze is involved it’s different.”
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McSweeney agrees that the New York forged can put away the liquor. “I think most people drink like that,” she noticed. “I think New Yorkers, we live in a city that’s so stimulating that we do find that it’s more of a normal thing. And I think wellness is probably a harder thing to find or doesn’t come into our busy schedules as easily as when you live in the OC or Beverly Hills or this or that, you know, we’re hardcore.”
McSweeney mentioned her sister is ideal for the franchise
Rumors have circulated that Leah McSweeney remains to be in contract negotiations so her standing is for subsequent season remains to be unknown. But her sister is aware of the viewers fell in love together with her and she or he was an ideal match for the sequence. “I was like, Leah, you were made for this,” she mentioned. “Like you’re not going to flinch. And she is, she’s great at it. I hope I’m not f**king spilling too much tea and get her in trouble.”
One side viewers love is Leah McSweeney’s authenticity. “When she went psycho in Rhode Island, which was kind of all about me but not,” she recounted. “People were like, ‘I have never seen, have you ever seen anyone act that way?’ I’m yes. That was f**king hysterical. Like, oh my God. Like it was mind-blowing that, that was the issue. When these women are like fighting about cabarets and they’re going nuts about the fish room.”
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“At least she was entertaining,” McSweeney added. “I mean, she’s twerking. Like I knew exactly where she was. We are kind of spirit animals in that sense. We grew up in New York in a wild time. Like that’s not something like wiling out. You just didn’t have the right audience, Leah that night, you know, know your audience in terms of who you’re around.”