Vicki Gunvalson has once again had to defend her relationship with Brooks Ayers. As reported by Reality Tea on Monday, June 9, the "Real Housewives of Orange County" star recently lashed out at those who bashed her on social media for dating Brooks.
Vicki posted to her Instagram account a photo of herself with friends and Brooks at a Toby Keith concert. While Vicki had fun at the concert with her friends and Brooks, people didn't take to the photo kindly. People quickly criticized her for still being with Brooks. Vicki didn't stay silent but came out swinging. She wrote that it's not okay for people to bad mouth someone they have never met. She pointed out that if they really cared about her, they would just respect her decision to date Brooks.
Vicki added that if it turns out that her relationship with Brooks is a huge mistake, then she'll be the one with a broken heart and having to live with the consequences. She wrote that she's happy right now just having fun, growing her businesses and spending time with Brooks. She threatened that she will block the haters and delete their negative comments. Clearly, Vicki doesn't think that she needs to be warned about anything as she knows what she's doing!
It wasn't all negative. One person who supports Vicki, even if she's dating Brooks, is her former "The Real Housewives of Orange County" co-star Alexis Bellino. Alexis replied to Vicki's message to tell her that she can't wait to hear all about her fun night out and signed off the message with "XOXO." Vicki and Alexis obviously still talk and hang out with each other despite Alexis no longer being a housewife. Their continual friendship may very well irk Tamra Barney, Vicki's closet friend on the show and who had a long feud with Alexis.
Vicki Gunvalson has admitted that she and Brooks Ayers aren't likely to walk down the aisle together any time soon, since her daughter Brianna is so opposed to the relationship. So she has taken a casual approach to the relationship, spending time with Brooks when she can and adopting a "whatever happens, happens" attitude to the relationship.