She wrote that if people are so angered by her, they should just ignore her rather than send her hateful things on Twitter.
"All U new accounts &angry haters R just making my job secure by obsessing over me!Think about it!Wouldnt it be smarter to ignore me altogeth," she tweeted on Tuesday, March 12.
This outburst followed another one two days earlier where she said that people should stop taking the show so seriously.
"Its a f**king tv show people!!! calm the f**k down and get a job or do something good in the world! bye," she wrote.
Several people replied to Brandi, making sure to include Bravo head honcho Andy Cohen in the discussion, to tell her that she shouldn't bite the hands that feed her. They reminded her that it's the viewers being so obsessed about the show that keeps her paychecks coming.
Perhaps when Brandi's position on the show is jeopardized, if it ever is, she'll realize that she should be grateful for any kind of interaction from fans, even negative ones?
What do you think of Brandi Glanville bashing viewers of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" who criticize her?
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