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Brandi Glanville attacked by Wendy Williams: ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’

Brandi Glanville
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Brandi Glanville was the topic of discussion on “The Wendy Williams Show,” and she was criticized for being desperate for media attention. Wetpaint reports on Friday that the panel on the show felt Glanville went too far by calling her child inappropriate names on her podcast. She was accused of using her family to get headlines, and Williams suggested she keep her children out of her podcasts.

Glanville has been at the center of a new controversy because she referred to her son using curse words and has decided not to apologize. The hot talk panel on “The Wendy Williams Show” decided to address her podcast, and the members shared strong opinions with the public. Siggy Flicker mentioned that Glanville was obsessed with staying relevant and keeping her spot in the headlines, so she was willing to use her children to get the media’s attention.

Williams pointed out that Glanville should not have used curse words to describe her son in a public podcast. Instead, she felt this type of conversation was more appropriate for the kitchen and private moments. The “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star has not responded to Williams or her panel of critics, but she has tried to talk to some of her followers on Twitter.

Many fans of the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” felt Glanville went too far on her podcast and should have left her sons out of the mess. She has attempted to explain these were adult jokes that should not be misunderstood. However, fans have pointed out on social media that her words could be seen as hurtful, and there is a strong possibility her son would become aware of her podcast. Some followers have even suggested her children may seek revenge once they are older with their own posts and podcasts about Glanville.

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