Brandi Glanville told Joyce Giraud that she was a "black person" on Monday night's Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and right away, fans were offended.
One of those watching was Kenya Moore, star of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, who shared her thoughts with fans on Twitter.
During the December 9 show, Kenya tweeted a series of tweets which read, "Not all Black women wear hair weaves. Half the women on #RHOBH are wearing some fake hair. Brandi cannot be more ignorant." A short time later, she added, ""I love that Joyce owns her heritage and is educated about her what her ethnic background is #RHOBH."
The next morning, December 10, Brandi responded to Kenya's words in her Bravo blog.
"As far as Kenya Moore calling me ignorant on WWHL, while I do find her entertaining on RHOA, I am sorry but I just don't care nor do I respect the opinion of a grown a** woman who flirts, texts, and tries to sleep with another woman's husband," she wrote. "Once she finds some self respect maybe I will learn to care about what she thinks."
Brandi may not care what Kenya thinks, but she should care what her fans think. After all, that is what keeps her employed. And while her wild antics are something the majority of fans appreciate, this went a bit too far.