Kyle Richards is not letting Lisa Vanderpump play the victim. On Tuesday, March 4, Kyle released snapshots of text messages that she sent to Lisa to prove that Lisa is lying when she says that the other "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" housewives did not reach out to her to make sure that she was okay after she ran off during their Puerto Rico trip.
"in your blog @lisavanderpump u said u "had not heard from any of them" after PR...But you heard from me 3 X's...," Kyle tweeted.
The photo shows that Kyle sent Lisa a text message late at night on August 1. The text message reads, "Are you ok? I HAD to ask that question. I did not want you attacked but needed to hear the truth. You would need to Hear that too. O care about you and want to have our friendship back. Honestly XXOO."
Kyle then sent two question marks 14 minutes later when she got no response.
Early the next day, Kyle sent another text message stating, "I hope you are OK."
Kyle's tweets are in response to Lisa's latest Bravo blog entry in which she wrote about how Kyle, Kim Richards, Brandi Glanville, and Yolanda Foster ganged up on her during their group trip to Puerto Rico and didn't even bother to check up on her after she and her husband Ken Todd left. Lisa believes that women loved bringing her down.
"I am sure when they discovered we weren't there in the morning, they all rejoiced in Puerto Rico that the witch was dead and some, who had orchestrated this attack, could now have center stage. . ." she wrote.
Since there are reports that the producers of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" are seeking to replace Joyce Giraud and Carlton Gebbia, the only two housewives whom Lisa have thanked for being supportive, it'll be interesting to see whether Lisa decides to stick around for next season!
Do you think it was right of Kyle Richards to release the text messages she sent to Lisa Vanderpump to prove her wrong?
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