Does Beverly Hills housewife Yolanda Foster want people to feel sorry for her Real Housewives co-star, Brandi Glanville? In a new tweet, Foster hinted at wanting her co-stars, and fans of the show, to realize Glanville’s personal issues may be what’s causing her to act out.
“The way people treat others is a direct reflection of how they feel about themselves #Empathy #GetWise,” Foster wrote on Twitter on March 17, as the new episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills aired.
On last night’s The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Foster and Glanville joined Vanderpump at a floral shop in Amsterdam, where Glanville was seen offering a piece offering to Vanderpump in hopes of a reconciliation. However, when Glanville presented Vanderpump with a bouquet of flowers, Vanderpump failed to accept them, and said she was not ready to accept Glanville’s apology.
As the Inquisitr previously reported, Vanderpump feels Foster has been making excuses for Glanville, as opposed to calling her out for her wrongdoing. On March 18, Vanderpump spoke about her Beverly Hills co-star’s apology, revealing why she was not ready to accept it and move on.
“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. We talked before about life’s consequences, and 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, and if Yolanda wants to continually make excuses for her poor behavior, then that is up to her. I had certainly had enough.”
Although Vanderpump and Foster don’t appear to be at odds, their friendship appears to be headed for strain, likely because of Glanville. In recent years, Vanderpump has chosen to distance herself from Glanville, while her Beverly Hills co-star, Foster, has gotten closer to the mother of two.
Also on last night’s episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Foster was seen having a spa day with Glanville, during which she attempted to make Glanville understand that she may be the reason behind the cast’s drama, since she personally has had issues with nearly every member of the cast. Once confronted, Glanville broke down in tears, claiming others can act badly without consequences, while she gets condemned.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs on Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on Bravo.
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