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'RHOBH' Brandi Glanville denies that she tweets hateful things

Brandi Glanville is proclaiming her innocence when it comes to Twitter hating. As reported by All About The Real Housewives on Monday, March 3, Brandi complained on Twitter about people tweeting hating things. When someone pointed out that she has used Twitter to say some pretty nasty things herself, in particular about her "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" co-star Joyce Giraud and former co-star Adrienne Maloof, she denied it.

TV Personality Brandi Glanville attends Hollywood in Bright Pink presented by Life & Style, hosted by Giuliana Rancic at Bagatelle on October 9, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.
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"I think 'ReTweeting hateful things is just as bad as writing them yourself.The fact that grown ass people are tweeting HATE is disgusting," she tweeted.

A fan responded with, "what about all the hate you tweeted towards Joyce and Adrienne?"

"not hate just dislike," responded Brandi.

Brandi then apparently decided that she didn't want to be attacked further about her past words towards Joyce and Adrienne because she deleted the fan's question and her response from the feed, but not before All About The Real Housewives captured it.

Brandi didn't back down from her position. When another person pointed out that a lot of hating things sure comes out of her mouth, Brandi cussed her out.

"oh so saying them is ok??? U R the LAST person who should be talking right now. U need to grow up!" the person wrote.

"F U," Brandi responded with a smile.

Brandi sure isn't afraid of losing any more fans of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" as she has already! Of course, the fact that her latest book has become a New York Times bestseller just like her first book did seems to show that she has plenty of fans because of what comes out of her mouth.

Do you think Brandi Glanville has any right to complain about people tweeting hateful things?

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