Denise Richards Claims Camille Grammer Made Some Racist Remarks On “Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills”
Us Weekly reports that Denise Richards and Camille Grammer (Now Camille Meyer, I guess?) have taken their white-woman drama all the way off of The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills and into the Twitter-sphere. After the reunion episodes aired, showing just how much Camille and Denise seem to not be friends, Denise decided to light up Camille’s inbox a few days ago by suggesting that Bravo had to edit out the racism from her appearance. Maybe The White House can start doing that for Donald Trump?
Like most petty dramas, this one blew up on Twitter. After the reunion show, someone sarcastically tweeted to Camille that she should check in on Denise to see if she was okay or “on something”. To which Camille replied:
Maybe she’s on something? 🤣
— Camille Meyer (@TheRealCamilleG) July 31, 2019
The only person who needs to check in on Denise Richards is Dr. Christmas Jones, so she didn’t take Camille’s laughing emoticon very well. Denise decided to let the people know that as the mother of a biracial daughter, she didn’t appreciate some of the more racial commentary Camille made during the Housewives reunion, and suggested Camille was lucky Bravo edited them out.
@TheRealCamilleG needs to thank her lucky stars that bravo didn’t air some of her comments during the season and at the reunion. My youngest daughter’s biological father is African American I found some of her comments quite offensive.
— Denise Richards (@DENISE_RICHARDS) August 2, 2019
Us Weekly previously reported about this rumor, which Denise sort of now confirms, I guess. Us says that a source told them during the reunion there was a “particularly bad moment” which was edited out. An insider told Us Weekly that:
“Camille described a man as ‘m—–o.’ It never aired. It was brought up by Andy Cohen during the reunion and the other women who criticized her…”
Okay so it took me a second to guess what Camille said, since Us Weekly wanted to censor the racial remark. I’m guessing she called a dude “mulatto”? As a half-white and half-black person I can tell you people still do say “mulatto” and are confused when called out on it. As was Camille. An insider says that when Camille was confronted by the women and Andy over the comment, she replied:
“Do you want me to be sorry because I’m a white woman?”
The source said that Camille was called out over that:
“The other women were like, Camille, do you know what you are saying? That’s not OK.”
Apparently this is all because Camille wants to be back on Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills and so she’s trying to stir the pot to get herself back in the gig? Well she maybe over-shot this one, a source says:
“Camille is being so aggressive to the Housewives left on the show as if she’s trying to secure her spot but she won’t. You still need to have ties to the other women to remain on the show and now she has none.”
Camille might have realized she went too hard after filming since back then she tweeted:
I showed up in good faith for #RHOBH reunion but I shouldn’t have gone. Hindsight is 20/20.
— Camille Meyer (@TheRealCamilleG) June 6, 2019
Well Camille, listen, nothing ventured nothing gained, you know? And even if you did overshoot and won’t become a regular next season since all the women hate you, there’s always the next year? And they’ll definitely still bring you in to stir shit up like they’ve been doing. I mean, even Brandi Glanville got her little moment back on the show this season. Andy Cohen never expels someone permanently from his heavenly Bravo for being mean and vicious to each other… only if you are to him.