The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville got cheeky on Twitter Friday night, Jan. 18. After being accused by Rimes of boosting her career through their Twitter feud, Glanville tweeted a sarcastic thanks to Rimes.
Brandi Glanville’s memoir, “Drinking and Tweeting: And Other Brandi Blunders” is due to hit stores in less than a month. Glanville, 39, tweeted Rimes thanking her for boosting her pre-sale numbers.
Glanville tweeted, “Thank you! #Career.” Glanville’s tweet was in response to the interview LeAnn Rimes gave to Entertainment Tonight. Rimes discussed her rocky relationship with her husband, Eddie Cibrian’s, ex-wife.
Rimes told ET that Glanville used Twitter to make their arguments public as a way to boost her career. Rimes started the latest round of warring tweets when she referred to Glanville’s sons as “her boys.”
Considering Glanville was married to Eddie Cibrian when Rimes began her affair with her now husband, it’s no wonder there is animosity between the two women.
After Rimes made the comment about her sons, Glanville tweeted that Rimes did it to get “under my skin by calling MY children ‘her boys’. Sooo transparent.”
Rimes responded to that accusation by saying, “The transparency is what’s being used to actually continue her career with that tweet.” In other words, it has nothing to do with the fact that Rimes cheated with Glanville’s husband, and then married him when he left Brandi.
Catch up with Brandi Glanville and the other housewives when The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs on Monday nights on Bravo. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs at 9/8c.
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