Brandi Glanville Squatted On A Nativity Scene

November 28, 2016 / Posted by:

Brandi Glanville is a like a blonde jack-in-the-box who just can’t stop popping up with dumbshit stunts every couple of months. Friday night the former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills hustler got her name back in the papers by popping a low-down squat over a statue of Sweet Baby J in a nativity scene. She posted the photo (seen above) on social media with the caption, “Never forget the reason for the season.”

You’ll probably recall that Brandi has gotten herself into trouble before with her teen-level trolling. Almost a year ago, fellow housewife Joanna Krupa slapped a lawsuit at Brandi for implying that her coot was less than fresh. Then in June, Bravo gave the Glanvillain an official demotion because even though they’re in the business of contrived friendships and their various cat fights, Brandi was just not likeable enough. And we don’t need to even get into her diaper rash of a love life.

Supposedly the photo is showing Brandi pretending to give birth, or she’s sitting on Baby J’s face. I don’t know….

As you can imagine, a ton of people were not showing up for her joke and plenty of them were OUTRAGED and shouting “sacrilege!” at her and her unfortunate root situation. The Daily Mail reports that she has deleted the post from Instagram, but not from Facebook. What she needs to do is delete her internet service. Someone please just give Brandi one of those fake smart phones for babies this Christmas. She’ll never know the difference.

Pic: Facebook via TMZ

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