Kelly Dodd is known for her outrageous antics online and during an episode of Andy Cohen‘s late-night talk show, “Watch What Happens Live,” Jeff Lewis suggested that she should no longer have full control of her social media accounts.
As Dodd continues to face backlash for the things she’s said about COVID-19, the “Drunk Wives Matter” hat she wore to her bridal shower, and her claims regarding Braunwyn Windham-Burke‘s allegedly fake sobriety storyline, Lewis told Cohen her accounts should be “monitored.”
Jeff Lewis Is A Fan Of Kelly Dodd
After Dodd and her role on “The Real Housewives of Orange County” was mentioned on the episode, with Cohen pointing out that Dodd has been quite the newsworthy topic in recent months, Lewis shared his thoughts on the newly married reality star.
“Kelly Dodd has been a polarizing figure. More polarizing on social media than she has been on the show, weirdly. What is your take on Kelly this season?” Cohen asked.
In response, Lewis said that despite the negligent comments Dodd has made, he’s still a fan.
Jeff Lewis Enjoys Kelly Dodd’s Unfiltered Persona
“Look, I’ve always liked Kelly,” Lewis explained. “I think that, you know, she kind of calls out the elephant in the room. I like that she’s completely unfiltered. I’m always waiting for her, you know, what is she gonna say next?”
Although Lewis pointed out that he believes the unfiltered nature of Dodd’s comments is what draws him to her on “The Real Housewives of Orange County,” he admitted that when it comes to her social media accounts, she would benefit from having someone monitor what she’s saying before it is shared with her audience.
Jeff Lewis Says Kelly Dodd Needs Help With Her Social Media Accounts
“I think in regard to social media, and I know that she recently, I think, lost an endorsement because of what she has said on social media. I think she needs a monitor,” he shared. “I think there’s certain people that need to be monitored before they post something and I think she’s one of them.”
At the end of last month, Positive Beverage cut ties with Dodd after working with her for years. At the time, they cited her “controversial views and opinions” for the reason behind her exit from their brand.
Positive Beverage Spoke Out Against Kelly Dodd In Late January
“Our core values of wellness, community, diversity and inclusion should be reflected by our brand and anyone associated with it,” Positive Beverage’s head of brand, Zach Muchnick, said in a statement, via Page Six, in regard to why his company decide to stop working with Dodd.
“It has become clear over the past few months that Kelly’s controversial views and opinions have distracted from our primary objectives, so effective today, we are no longer affiliated with Kelly Dodd-Leventhal,” he continued in the statement.