The revelation came out when the reality star was responding to a fan’s comment on Instagram. The follower wrote to Kelly, “They better not fire you, people are fed up with the cancel culture. Love you and your husband together” with a bunch of heart emojis.
Kelly saw the message and decided to lay it out there. She said, “It’s likely to happen.”
It all comes after Kelly’s disastrous performance during the reunion. She accused her costar Brauywyn of faking her addiction issues for a storyline, defended her beliefs about masks, and attempted to shake off accusations she is insensitive to race issues by shouting “I’m Black.”
At one point, Andy Cohen asked Kelly if she was worried about being on the wrong side of history. Later, the reality star was grilled about her decision to wear a “Drunk Wives Matter” hat which many found to be ignorant and mocking of the BLM movement.
“when covid is over” is starting to sound a lot like “when Bravo fires Kelly Dodd”
— Face Reality (@FaceReality16) January 27, 2021
Kelly is also dealing with accusations her friend threw up a white power symbol. A couple of weeks ago, the “RHOC” star posted a video at Emily Simpson’s birthday dinner. In the clip, one of Kelly’s friend appeared to throw up a hand gesture known for being a racist symbol. Kelly denied it was racist and told everyone they were the problem.
Fans have been losing their mind on Twitter demanding Bravo and Andy Cohen finally take action against Kelly.
Kelly shouldn’t feel too secure in her role. Andy Cohen recently said he wanted to recast “Real Housewives of Orange County.” He spilled the tea on his intentions after writer Evan Ross Katz expressed his displeasure with the season after the reunion wrapped. he wrote, “It’s time to cancel RHOC”
Meghan McCain replied to the tweet, “yes.” However, Andy then chimed in writing, “I think you mean reBOOT.”
One fan wrote to Andy, “Last night was so disturbing. Toxic. Racist. I agree. I mean, a reboot with different individuals, but the same people? No. “I’m Black!…One of my best friends is Black!” (Cast silence) Why elevate these women on a platform meant for fun and entertainment?”
— Anastasia Gibson (@GOODBYEGibsonWF) January 21, 2021