The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion FINALLY concluded last night with part three, and while we didn’t really get further clarification of “Biggest Bully in Hollywood” Lisa Rinna’s dramatic account of Kathy Hilton basically going so raging apeshit that she defecated in her hands and threw it at innocent nightclub-goers (my mind’s just filling in the gaps here); the legally plagued Erika Jayne did lob the accusation that Queen Kathy called the club DJ an “old fucking f-g” after he wouldn’t acknowledge her song requests–which Kathy denies.
Kathy is technically only a “friend of” the main cast, which consists of her sister Kyle Richards, Lisa, Erika, Diana Sanela-Jenkins, Sutton Stracke, Garcelle Beauvais, Crystal Kung-Minkoff, and Dorit Kemsley; but, the alleged “psychotic break” Lisa said Kathy had–which started in an Aspen nightclub, continued through the evening, and led to more questions and conflict in its wake–basically domineered the entire season. And though it’s mostly been Lisa (who may or may not be back next season) giving viewers small suspenseful bites of Kathy’s outburst, Erika revealed that Kathy used a vile homophobic slur in the midst of her rage. via Page Six:
“I see Kathy coming from the dance floor, very upset,” Jayne claimed during Wednesday night’s final installment of the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” Season 12 reunion. “I say, ‘Kathy, what’s wrong?’ She says, ‘The DJ’s an old f–king f-g,’ and walked off.”
Rumors have circulated that Kathy wanted to hear Michael Jackson and/or start a conga line, and when shot down (because it’s not 1986 anymore), lost her marbles. Kathy admits that she was frustrated by not getting her way, but insists she did not use the f-word. She and Erika then needlessly squabbled over who had less credibility. “Ladies, ladies! No need to argue; you both have none!” I yelled at the TV from my couch, covered in pretzel dust while texting a friend back “literally LOLing” as I remained silent and stone-faced.
Hilton admitted that she was “frustrated” with a manager at the Caribou Club — where the alleged slur occurred — because he told her he was “way too busy” to accept song requests that night.
But, she insisted that she would never use that kind of language. “I will admit to what I do, but I will not be painted to be this monster that you tried to…” she began.
“Those are your words. That’s what you said to me,” Jayne interrupted, prompting Hilton to shake her head and insist, “Never, ever.”
Hilton added, “Nobody else heard that,” to which Jayne replied, “No, you said it to me directly.”
The socialite retorted, “Anybody that knows me knows I don’t talk like that.” The singer fired back, “And anybody that knows me knows I’m not lying.”
“Oh, really?” Hilton asked. “I have a little more credibility than you.” She then pointed to her “sterling reputation.”
That’s when host, Andy Cohen, attempted to cover his protruding nips made tumescent by the trivial conflicts of middle-aged women (just spitballing again here since it’s his bread and butter); and interjected that Bravo HR did step in to investigate Erika’s accusation, which was unfounded since it amounted to hearsay. Kyle also said she didn’t hear her sister say that word. And last night, before the reunion aired, Erika doubled down on her account of events, posting this to her Instagram Stories:
Which prompted Kathy to repost others’ Stories in an attempt to prove that she’s loved by “the lgbtq community.”
If I were Erika, I’d be spending my free time getting my ear piercing holes back to their normal size now that my enormous million-dollar earrings aren’t in the picture anymore, but it seems like she’s determined to assist her BFF Lisa pound this Hilton-conniption story into the ground. As for Kathy, she’s spent the entirety of the season denying she did and said awful things to her castmates; however, has yet to answer and apologize to humanity in general for her undeniable transgression of foisting her vocal-fried, “that’s hot” menace of a daughter, Paris Hilton, onto all of us.