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Yolanda Foster assures fans she does not want to be like Lisa Vanderpump

Yolanda Foster attends Family Equality Council's annual Los Angeles awards dinner at The Globe Theatre on February 8, 2014 in Universal City, California.
Photo by Imeh Akpanudosen/Getty Images for Family Equality Council

Yolanda Foster started off season four of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills as friends, but by the end of the season, they were friends no more.

In addition to Yolanda questioning some of Lisa's motives in her allegations against other cast members, Yolanda was also taken aback when she called just before her daughter's going away party to say that she wouldn't be attending.

Now that the season is wrapped and the ladies will soon start filming season five, things don't appear to have gotten any better.

At the end of last week, Yolanda took to her blog in regard to a recent episode where Lisa was confronted by the women about possibly encouraging Brandi to bring Mauricio tabloids to Palm Springs.

"Looking back at the episode, it's fair to say that I understand how it made her feel," Yolanda wrote in her Bravo blog, according to a Feb. 28 Wetpaint Entertainment report. "But at the same, I wished she had tried to stay and hear us out because the story could have ended right then and there."

Instead of facing the allegations head-on, Lisa refused to engage in the conversation and then walked out.

"Some of you speak about jealousy, but trust me, it is not part of this equation at all," she added. "There is nothing that Lisa is or has that I want."