Yolanda Foster is discussing the recent scandal involving Lisa Vanderpump on the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” and claims they were not trying to attack her. Radar Online reports on Feb. 25 that Foster questioned Vanderpump’s friendships and got into an argument with her husband. Foster believes that Ken Todd should stay out of his wife’s conflicts.
On her blog, Foster admits that having multiple people try to talk to Vanderpump at the same time made her feel uncomfortable, but she still wishes that Vanderpump did not try to walk away from every conversation. Foster feels that Vanderpump has not been participating in their friendship and shares she had a private off-camera conversation with her that resolved some of their issues.
Despite allegedly patching things up with Vanderpump, Foster is still upset about Todd’s behavior on the trip. She feels offended by Todd calling her stupid and also believes he did not give her a chance to explain things. Although Foster acknowledges Todd’s desire to defend his wife and attack the other housewives for questioning her, she does not feel it is appropriate for him to interfere because he rebukes other husbands for getting involved.
Foster has turned to her Twitter account to remind the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” fans that the show is her “job” and not a complete definition of her life. The turmoil of the show may be taking a toll on all the housewives, but they are focused on staying positive on social media.