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Alexia Echevarria says Joanna Krupa should not return to 'RHOM'; Joanna responds

If Alexia Echevarria had her way, Joanna Krupa would not return for season four of "The Real Housewives of Miami." As reported by E! News on Thursday, Feb. 6, Alexia has confirmed that the show is returning for another season. She also had a lot to say about her fiery co-star.

Alexia Echevarria attends AD Oasis @ The James Royal Palm Hotel at James Royal Palm Hotel on December 6, 2013 in Miami Beach, Florida.
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There have been reports in the media that Joanna wants to leave the Miami show for greener pastures, namely "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." Alexia believes that Joanna has been disloyal and doesn't deserve to be on the Miami show or any of the other "Real Housewives" shows.

"Honestly, at this point I really feel very offended by her careless comments towards Miami and her fellow cast mates. She has no loyalty and I do not believe she belongs here or in any of the franchises. She doesn't belong in Miami because she doesn't really live here and she doesn't belong in BH for obvious reasons," she said, a clear reference to her feud with Brandi Glanville.

Joanna has defended herself.

"Alexia needs to fact check before trying to put words in my mouth that I have never once said. I love Miami—it's one of my homes. I appreciate the show as it saved my relationship and led to a beautiful, fairytale wedding. That's why I love Bravo and the show's producers: they made it happen," she said.

To be clear, Joanna has never said that she no longer wants to be on the Miami show. She has, however, made it clear that she's open to moving to "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," especially since it'll mean she can confront Brandi Glanville.

Do you agree with Alexia Echevarria that Joanna Krupa doesn't belong on "The Real Housewives of Miami" anymore?

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