‘RHOP’: Newest Housewife Dr. Wendy Osefo Says Karen Huger ‘Bullied’ Her

by Jeremy Spirogis
The Real Housewives of Potomac star Wendy Osefo

Political commentator and assistant professor Dr. Wendy Osefo joined The Real Housewives of Potomac Season 5 and seemingly obtained off on the best foot with everybody. However, Karen Huger threw shade at her in a confessional. Osefo has responded to her co-star a few occasions and insisted the Grand Dame “bullied” her all through your entire season.

The Real Housewives of Potomac star Wendy Osefo
‘The Real Housewives of Potomac’ star Wendy Osefo | Larry French

Dr. Wendy Osefo joined ‘The Real Housewives of Potomac’ Season 5

The political commentator and assistant professor at Johns Hopkins School of Education joined The Real Housewives of Potomac as a full-time housewife within the fifth season.

Introduced to the opposite girls by Candiace Dillard, the Nigerian-born mother-of-three supplies political commentary for a number of media shops, together with CNN, ABC, and Fox News.

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She met the opposite housewives, excluding Ashley Darby, at Dillard’s anniversary celebration, and the women seemingly embraced her. Even although Karen Huger eagerly acknowledged she already knew Dr. Osefo earlier than assembly her, she threw shade on the latest housewife in her confessional.

The political commentator later met Darby on the first-time mom’s getting out of the home celebration. They appeared to get off on the best foot as they each birthed their new infants across the identical time. However, the 2 find yourself butting heads later within the season.

Karen Huger ‘not impressed’ with Dr. Wendy Osefo

In her confessional, the Grand Dame claimed the most recent housewife didn’t impress her. On Twitter, she clarified she beforehand met the 35-year-old at occasions and heard her voice on the telephone after they “briefly served on the same board.”

The perfume proprietor ended her tweet by reiterating that she nonetheless isn’t impressed by the most recent housewife to date. Osefo responded and sarcastically questioned why her co-star “wouldn’t be impressed with a young, educated black woman raising her young black boys in today’s America.”

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She additionally suggested Huger to “stop speaking out against injustices against black people” and follow promoting her perfume. The latest housewife closed by stating, “It makes sense why your name is Karen.”

The Grand Dame quote tweeted Osefo’s response, writing, “Way too soon for the Karen move lol! Slow it down.”

Dr. Wendy Osefo says Karen Huger ‘bullied’ her

After the next episode, the political commentator took to Twitter to assert Huger texted her a number of occasions, wanting to hang around off-camera. However, the most recent housewife insisted she’s “not interested” and suggested Huger to “stop with the BS” earlier than she launched her receipts.

She continued in one other tweet and identified all of the occasions Huger has spoken about her. The 35-year-old requested her co-star why she’s “obsessed” and claimed that “true queens don’t concern themselves with others.”

In her final tweet about it, Osefo insisted she solely minds her business, however “this self-proclaimed queen keeps coming for me.” The political commentator posted a screenshot of the final tweet to her Instagram and captioned it, “I know a bully when I see a bully. Real queens build, they don’t destroy. Next time, tweet at me instead of talking about me.”

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Huger jumped into the remark part, writing, “The revolution will not be Karenized!” One fan inspired Osefo to direct her power to Gizelle Bryant, who they really feel must be “checked.”

However, the political commentator insisted Bryant has handled her graciously, whereas Huger “bullied me the entire season.”

The Real Housewives of Potomac airs Sundays at 9 p.m. EST on Bravo. Follow Tamara Grant on Twitter.

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