By now most “Real Housewives of Orange County” viewers have seen Kelly Dodd lash out at co-stars on the season 15 reunion with claims of being black to justify some questionable actions showcased on her social media pages.
Her stepdaughter is now sharing her own thoughts on Dodd’s lashing out. Veronica Leventhal one of the daughters of Dodd’s husband Rick Leventhal wrote in a Twitter post, “I don’t think it’s OK for people who say that they’ve experienced racism and prejudice to then turn around and inflict that same bigotry on other people.”
Veronica Doesn’t Sound Impressed
Leventhal went on to fire a few more shots at her dad’s wife.
“I don’t think you can experience the privileges of whiteness and then turn around and deny that those privileges exist. I don’t think you can claim ownership of a culture or nationality and then disallow privileges to those people, either through political perspectives or just subjugating them in other ways. And, I don’t think you can use your multiculturalism as a shield for people saying you have biases.”
She Talks Before She Thinks
The well-informed read concluded with Leventhal encouraging people to be more informed before they open their mouth.
“If you’re going to make arguments about racism, you should have a basic understanding of the difference between race, ethnicity and nationality.”
While she did not specify Dodd in any way, followers speculated that there was no one else she could possibly be talking about. In the past and recent past, Dodd has said a lot of scathing things that fans believe have teeters on the racist side.
The Subject Of A Lot Of Controversies
In a 2016 clip