Twitter Feud: Meghan King Edmonds Responds To Vicki Gunvalson's Claims Of Her Being 'Misinformed' About Cancer

A Twitter feud has erupted between Meghan King Edmonds and Vicki Gunvalson. As the two women continue to butt heads on The Real Housewives of Orange County, their reality television beef has turned into a Twitter feud.

It all started when Gunvalson re-tweeted a fan comment, which suggested Edmonds was "so misinformed" about cancer.

As fans of The Real Housewives of Orange County have seen, Edmonds has made it clear that she isn't buying Brooks Ayers' cancer diagnosis. According to Edmonds, Ayers has more strength than the typical cancer patient and appears to be completely healthy.

After Gunvalson saw her co-star's tweet, their Twitter feud continued.Prior to Edmonds and Gunvalson's Twitter feud, as the Inquisitr reported, the young wife of MLB star Jim Edmonds took to her Bravo blog, where she discussed Ayers' cancer diagnosis for the umpteenth time. Speaking to fans, the newest Real Housewives of Orange County cast member questioned Ayers' latest choice of cancer treatment.
"Coffee enemas? Do those really work? It sounds hokey to me especially when referencing it in the same sentence as cancer. I understand the urge to battle cancer with all means necessary (holistic, strange, alternative, whatever) but Brooks has stage 3 aggressive Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma, so why aren't they talking about the chemo and what it does? Am I missing something??"
According to Edmonds, she is knowledgable about cancer because her husband's ex-wife is currently battling the disease. After watching Jim's ex deal with the disease for years, and then seeing Ayers deal with cancer as well, Edmonds felt he could be lying about his diagnosis. Still, throughout her allegations, Gunvalson and Ayers have insisted he is really sick.

Both on the show and off, Gunvalson and Ayers have spoken of Ayers' cancer and his choices of treatment, and slammed anyone who had the nerve to suggest Ayers would pretend to have the deadly disease.

While Edmonds and Gunvalson's Twitter feud won't be included in Season 10 of The Real Housewives of Orange County, there is still plenty of drama on the way. So, stay tuned to the series, which airs every Monday night at 9 p.m. on Bravo.

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