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'RHONY' Star Ramona Singer Shows Support For Black Lives Matter After 'All Lives Matter' Comment

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By Ryan Naumann

“Real Housewives of New York” star Ramona Singer is admitting saying “All Lives Matter” was insensitive in the wake of George Floyd’s murder.

On Tuesday, the reality star showed support to the social media blackout by posting a single black square on her Instagram. She wrote, “#BlackOutTuesday “Darkness cannot drive darkness; Light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; Love can do that.” - Martin Luther King, Jr. #istandwithyou #strongertogether”

The decision to show her support for Black Lives Matter comes after her costar Leah McSweeney called her out for commenting “All Lives Matter” under an Instagram post.

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One fan told Ramona, “Please educate yourself about the systemic racism within our country. The popular documentary film Thirteenth would be a great place to start. You have a voice of influence amongst white women your age. Please, use your voice for good!”

The “RHONY” star heard the message and replied, “yes, I am taking the time to educate myself more on this topic and avery shared the documentary with me as well. She’s been making a list with me.”

“I hope you continue to educate yourself and be mindful of our white privilege. “All lives matter” was incredible insensitive thing to say in amongst the horror that is happening,” said another fan.

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Ramona admitted the “All Lives Matter" comment was insensitive replying, “yes it was.”

The reality star seems to be taking to heart the criticism she received after making tone-deaf comments over the weekend.

As The Blast previously reported, “Real Housewives of Dallas” star Kameron Westcott came out and apologized after catching heat for posting vacation beach photos days after George Floyd’s murder.

She apologized writing, “I don’t want to believe our world, our people, are capable of such horrific acts of violence and hate, but enough is enough. I am working to become educated on these topics, as we all should be. What happened to George Floyd (and many others) was horrific. I pray for his family and this country as a whole. May we all stand together as one people, one unit, until justice is served and equality is mandatory nationwide.”

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