Monique Samuels from The Real Housewives of Potomac shouldn’t be right here for the shade from her co-stars. After Gizelle Bryant stated that her newest single was about violence, Samuels checked her publicly on Twitter. The Bravo star known as Bryant out and her followers liked it.
What did Gizelle Bryant say?
Samuels simply dropped her new single known as “Drag Queens” however Bryant shouldn’t be too pleased with the message she track has. According to the latter, the rap hit is about violence. When Bryant made an look on Watch What Happens Live, she defined why she’s not supporting Samuels’s track.
“I was actually very disappointed because she’s rapping about glorifying violence,” Bryant stated. “At this point where we are with this country, there is no room for that. I was very disappointed and embarrassed for her.”
How did Monique Samuels reply to Gizelle Bryant?
Samuels tuned into the Bravo late-night present that aired after the RHOP Season 5 premiere. After listening to what Bryant stated about “Drag Queens,” she herself proceeded to tug her and defined the that means of her track.
“For those who can ACTUALLY READ… check out my lyric video which is an anthem for standing up for yourself,” Samuels tweeted. “Those who are illiterate will think it’s about promoting violence.”
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Fans react to the drama
Things heated up with Samuels coming for Bryant after he shady tackle “Drag Queens.” It wasn’t lengthy earlier than RHOP followers joined in on the dialog to provide their tackle the nascent feud.
“I had to listen to it again,” a fan noted. “[Bryant] is reaching and will say anything to make you look bad. Jealousy is not a good look on her. She has been [envious] of you from day one.”
“Say that again!” a viewer exclaimed. “I was like girl, really? You reaching.”
“They are looking so jealous, don’t even let it bother you. Your family is too beautiful,” a Twitter consumer added.
“It doesn’t matter what you do, Gizelle will always find something negative about you,” one other fan commented.
“Obviously, Gizelle has never heard the song. Thanks for the single Monique, it is on my wake up playlist,” one other viewer tweeted.
“Clearly this song isn’t promoting violence,” one other Twitter consumer said. “To be concise it’s staying the fierceness of the [“Drag Queens”] dwelling comfortably in their very own pores and skin. Gizelle, that was a attain.”
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Gizelle Bryant reacts to the large combat
If Bryant was extra-shady to Samuels, that’s as a result of she has already taken a aspect. One of the large storylines being promoted this season is a violent encounter between Samuels and Candiace Dillard. Bryant has sided with the latter and just lately elaborated on the large combat.
“What happened was nothing we ever thought we would see on this show or on this platform,” Bryant stated in an interview with Entertainment Tonight.
“So, the kind of the beauty of what happened — if there’s something beautiful about it — is it allowed us to have deep conversations and true conversations about how we feel we’re portraying ourselves to the world and what we’re OK with and what we’re not OK with.”
The Real Housewives of Potomac airs Sunday nights at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.
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