Yolanda Foster was seen on last night's episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alongside her husband, David Foster, who was receiving a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame. During the episode, Lisa spoke of receiving a star and joked that her dog Giggy would get one before she would. Unfortunately, Yolanda doesn't seem to think that either is worth of such an honor.
"Sorry Lisa, but neither Giggy, you, or I will ever be considered for a star or nominated for being a Beverly Hills housewife," Yolanda wrote on December 3 in her Bravo blog. "With all kidding aside though, I actually might be wrong about that. I guess these days, wannabes become famous for all kinds of crazy things. But at the end of the day we are all a bunch of clowns running around to make a living. It’s sad that people forget sometimes that there is a whole legitimate world of artists and actors out there that work their entire life, every day on perfecting their craft, but yet don't get any acknowledgement for their extraordinary commitment to their profession. Some might be working on being famous but my husband still works seven days a week to stay relevant in the music industry and trump his own lifetime achievements. He is always humble and understated, which is a quality I truly admire and respect in him everyday."
Another bone Yolanda had to pick with Lisa is the way she treated her son-in-law, who, during the show, announced that he had landed an interview with a major company based out of New York. Instead of a congratulations, Jason was practically informed that he could not move from Los Angeles.
"I was surprised by the lack of support for Pandora's husband Jason’s possible move to NY. Despite the distance, wouldn't they want their daughter to have a husband that is self-sufficient and out in the world making a name for himself?" Yolanda asked. "Selfishly, we all want our children to stay close but that’s just not reality. Expecting a guy with such great education to stay around to sell toilet paper just to keep their daughter close to home seems like a sign of entitlement. . .Maybe a little presumptuous if you ask me."