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'RHOBH' star Brandi Glanville whines about horrible people on Twitter

Brandi Glanville attends the HBO 'Boardwalk Empire' season premiere hosted by Sean 'Diddy' Combs at the Carondelet House on September 6, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.
Photo by Mark Davis/Getty Images for HBO

Brandi Glanville wrote a whole book about tweeting, titled "Drinking and Tweeting: And Other Brandi Blunders," but it seems that she's no longer in love with Twitter. On Sunday, June 15, the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" said that she hardly looks at it anymore because people are so horrible to her on it.

Ironically, Brandi complained about Twitter via Twitter. She sent out a tweet saying that Twitter is "incredibly unhealthy," that she rarely looks at it now, and that she doesn't understand why people use the site to write such nasty things to her.

Several fans replied to Brandi with supportive tweets that bashed her haters, telling her that she's great, that people are just jealous of her, and that those who send her hateful messages would never have the nerve to say those things to her face.

However, Brandi's fans don't have to worry about no longer seeing what she's up to in her daily life. Brandi's tweet seems to only mean that she now rarely looks and responds to other people's tweets because she is certainly still tweeting a lot. After her tweet complaining about Twitter, she posted six more tweets.

Two of those tweets may interest her fans a lot since they have to do with her love life. One tweet showed her looking very cozy with a date, with whom she said she had a very fun night. She later tweeted that the date was so fun that they decided to do another date the following day. Perhaps it was so much fun that they actually spent the night together?

This isn't the first time that Brandi Glanville has lashed out at her critics. In mid-March, she tweeted that all of the haters who obsess about her are just making her job more secure and that if they were smart, they would just ignore her. A few days earlier, she tweeted that people should stop taking "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" so seriously and instead go get jobs or do something good in the world.

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