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'RHOP' Star Monique Samuels Needs Help Finding Her Missing Parrot

By Ryan Naumann

“Real Housewives of Potomac” star Monique Samuels is asking for help finding her missing parrot.

The reality star pleaded for help on her Instagram. Monique wrote, “Please Help me find T’Challa. Anyone in the Potomac area please keep a look for my parrot. Please post anything that you think will help me find him. I’ve placed his cage out front of my home and his perch outback. I’ve been driving around for 3.5 hours looking for him and calling his name.”

She ended, “I’m devastated and praying for his safe return. I’m offering a reward for anyone who can locate him 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽"

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Monique gave an update hours later saying her bird was still missing and she needed her fans to help.

One fan advised, “Spend all the time you can looking for him. Parrots don't survive good out in the cool air...especially at night. You have to listen for him sqwaking. Call a zoo to help you look. And just fyi...your life is to busy for a bird like that. If and when you find him, please turn him over to some1 who can take better care and keep a closer eye on him.”

As The Blast previously reported, Monique recently took on a troll who came for her new song “Drag Queens Don’t Play.”


In the song, Monique raps, “I was born ready, but I’m never done. Try on ten just to find the right one. Melanin pop bright like the sun-kissed and you wish to compare hun. Be careful what you wish don’t you dare hun. Tried to warn you see the message wasn’t clear hun. I am a woman of my word.”

Some fans had issues with Monique writing a song titled Drag Queens. One wrote, “No really I’ve had enough of cis gender woman making money off the back of the LGBTQ community. This isn’t your fight to sing about, nor should you make money off the back of our struggles. Sing about your parrot, or your kids, or being dragged, but leave the LGBTQ community to sing about their own community. Gaga, Ariana, Katy and now Monique. ENOUGH!”

Monique fired back writing, “thank you! Exactly the point. And my sis and bro are both LGBTQ. I would never try to profit off of other communities. I can’t stand when it’s done to the black community. This was a fun song that turned a negative into a positive. Whether the song sells or not is far from the reason I created it.”

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