The war of words between “Real Housewives of New York” stars Leah McSweeney and Ramona Singer is now extending to include McSweeney’s sister, Sarah. She was a guest on “Bravo Confessionals,” and went off on Singer, calling her a “phony” and blasting her for making an “All Lives Matter” post on social media amid the nationwide demonstrations following the police killing of George Floyd.
“Also, the ‘All Lives Matter’ and then she’s like, ‘I’m educating myself!’ It’s like bitch, you are a public figure,” Sarah said. “So you know what? It’s not about educating yourself. We know exactly how you feel and now you wanna do a take back because people have a line all of a sudden.”
She continued: “And you crossed it. So now you’re gonna educate yourself? You have the social platform! And she knew what she was saying! Someone from … said yo, you’re not on the right side. Like to a point where we won’t be able to have you back. That’s my feeling. Because she would just go for it.”
Singer did issue an apology for her “All Lives Matter” post after being on the receiving end of intense social media backlash.
During last week’s episode, Singer got very angry during her birthday celebration and threatened to quit the show. Sarah said she would very much welcome that move from Singer.
“Please!” she says clapping her hands. “If you actually notice when the cameras are only filming her while she gets ready for someone to come over, she’s like [dancing and singing]. Like she’s in an improv class. She’s so used to it. She’s like talking to the flowers.”
Sarah went on to call her “gross” and “boring.”
Things have gotten ugly between McSweeney and Singer off camera, as well. A couple weeks ago, McSweeney appeared on a Cameo video being recorded by fellow cast member Elyse Slaine and said that Singer “shits during sex.”
Of course, that didn’t sit well with Singer, who responded by saying, “These girls are blatantly lying to create fake news in order to try and gain their own fame. It is very sad, immature, and quite frankly mean girl behavior.”
She added that McSweeney and Slaine are setting bad examples for their daughters with that behavior.
McSweeney responded by calling Singer “Miss All Lives Matter” and saying that her daughter “has an open mind and heart, treats all with respect.”
She has also recently claimed that Singer tried to get her kicked off the show last season.