In her RHOBH blog, Lisa Vanderpump spoke out about the latest episode of the show, which featured her reuniting with Brandi Glanville, who had slapped her in the face during last week’s show.
During the episode, Vanderpump and Glanville were seen at a flower shop, where Glanville offered up a bouquet of roses, in hopes that she and Vanderpump could move past last week’s slap. Unfortunately, Vanderpump didn’t accept the flowers — or the apology.
On March 18, Vanderpump addressed the apology in her RHOBH blog.
“I assumed if I accepted the flowers, that meant I had to accept the apology. Accepting the apology means I am perpetuating the behavior, so therefore I wasn’t prepared to do that.”
Although Vanderpump may have moved past the issue had she and Glanville been close prior to the incident, that simply wasn’t the case. In fact, the two women hadn’t been friends for a while, and, as she revealed in her RHOBH blog, Vanderpump had reached her limit with Glanville’s behavior.
“I am not accusing BG of a heinous crime (pushing and slapping), but it was the straw that broke the camel’s back. I had reached my limit of allowances for her.”
Vanderpump went on to say that if her co-star, Yolanda Foster, felt she should continue to make excuses for Glanville, she should go right ahead. However, when it comes to her own life, Vanderpump was fed up.
The slap certainly didn’t injure Vanderpump physically, but she found it to be a disrespectful violation, and most would feel the same if it happened to them.
As the Inquisitr previously reported, Glanville addressed her slap in her own RHOBH blog last week.
On March 11, Glanville explained she and Vanderpump were pretending to act out a scene from The Love Boat when Vanderpump declined a kiss, joking that she would slap her if she dared touch her lips. In response, Glanville moved past the idea of a kiss, and slapped Vanderpump on the cheek.
“The moment got the best of me, and I took her suggestion and ran with it… MISTAKE! I apologized immediately and immensely and continued to for an hour and weeks after.”
Glanville went on to say in her RHOBH blog that she wouldn’t have slapped her co-star if Vanderpump didn’t suggest she do so.
“I NEVER would have thought of smacking Lisa had she not said it herself.”
Also in her RHOBH blog, Glanville claimed to have apologized repeatedly to Vanderpump.
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