Lisa Rinna is racist again

Things are looking rough Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Stars Lisa Rinna and Diana Jenkins following an Instagram feud that began after colleague Garcelle Beauvais called Jenkins “uneducated” on Wednesday See what’s happening live.

You’d think the two white women, who have already been accused of assaulting black people on Instagram while the Bravo show season 12 airs, would want to roll back the microaggressions. But the couple proved yesterday that apparently it doesn’t go long without being extremely racist.

The feud’s origins date back a few weeks ago when Jenkins, the latest housewife to join the cast, left the comment “It must be fun being a black content creator” under the post of a black Instagram user complaining about Jenkins made fun of. After receiving swift backlash online, the Bosnian socialite apologized, claiming the term “black content creator” referred to someone who creates “snarky content,” and accused her snafu of not being from the US — which many did Fans didn’t seem to believe it.

When WWHL Host Andy Cohen asked Beauvais, the show’s first and only black cast member, what she thought of Jenkins’ comments this week. She quickly replied, “She’s uneducated.” That prompted Jenkins to post the following response the next morning:

It did not last long housewives Fans to point out the racist overtones and white savior message in Jenkins’ post, which Rinna and others liked Beverly Hills Housewife Erika Jayne. For one, writing a million-dollar check to the Red Cross or another organization that Jenkins gave money to doesn’t exonerate her of racism allegations. Beauvais has also never accused Jenkins of not being charitable. Not to mention that if Jenkins was enlightened enough to know how few people in Africa — and Haiti in particular — have actually benefited from philanthropy, she might not want to share that information.

This is when Rinna – who had nothing to do with the argument to begin with, other than being a friend of Jenkins – decided to get involved, Leaving the now deleted comment“if you have #receipts, show them.” Again, Jenkins’ “earnings” seem to be just tax write-offs so far.

After getting hot for her comment, Rinna took to her famously cursed Instagram stories to lash out at fans who called her and the show’s other white cast members racist over their interactions with Beauvais.

“We fight on our show,” she wrote. “When we argue with Garcelle, we are suddenly called racists. This is nonsense. I will not accept that. I will express myself when and how I want, and I’m not afraid of you hoes.”

That days of our lives The actress continued in another story, “If you’re just so triggered by our show — and a lot of you are pussies — check out Dubai.”

Predictably, this sparked another war between Rinna and the cast Real Housewives of DubaiBravo’s latest housewives Rate. Black performers Chanel Ayan and Lesa Milan in particular didn’t take their push lightly and promptly clapped back on Twitter. (Rinna has since answered in their Instagram stories.)

It’s typical of Rinna, one of the most uncompromising antagonists you’ll find on Bravo and all of Instagram, saying something inflammatory and then moving on to the next little argument. And Bravo and housewives Fans have rewarded her (as well as Jayne) for this behavior in the past, while other performers such as Real Housewives of Orange County‘s Kelly Dodd for similar offenses.

But the remarks in Rinna’s Instagram stories – both interpreted as a slight dislike for the multiracial cast Dubai and black viewers who have been struck by her racist depictions – have apparently gone too far this time, as viewers are now seeking her dismissal.

Viewers add even more texture to this controversy visit again a moment from last season Beverly Hills reunion, when Beauvais claimed she was told by a source, who declined to name her, that Rinna said “she should never have brought racing to the show.” During season 11, Beauvais had several conversations with the women about feeling left out as the only black woman in the group, and confronted Kyle Richards for invoking a stereotype about black people when she accused her of being smothered by one withdraw charitable donation.

It’s hard to predict if there will be any impact on Rinna, especially when it comes to a possible termination. After all, it’s no secret that Cohen, an executive producer on the franchise, favors her for some reason. Jenkins, on the other hand, seems more obviously available and has already been largely unpopular on social media, largely due to her alleged relationship with Jeffrey Epstein.

Whatever the consequences, this incident is just the latest example of Bravo’s sudden initiative to put non-white housewives in all-white plaster casts and bite their ass. Considering the network has recently been embroiled in a string of racism scandals, it wouldn’t be surprising if they attempted to forge a solution between Rinna and Beauvais and sweep the whole debacle under the rug. However, the internet never forgets. Lisa Rinna is racist again


Hung is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Hung joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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