Kyle Richards Claps Back at Lisa Vanderpump for Calling RHOBH Cast ‘B*tches,’ Clarifies Comment About Lisa Wanting to be Paid for Attending Andy Cohen’s Baby Shower

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Kyle Richards Responds to Lisa Vanderpump Insulting RHOBH Cast

Kyle Richards is speaking out about her latest media spat with Lisa Vanderpump.

After Lisa responded to comments Kyle made to TMZ about her absence during Andy Cohen‘s weekend baby shower, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star took to Twitter, where she reacted to Lisa labeling the cast “b***hes” and set the record straight about her comment regarding Lisa’s supposed financial demands.

“Re Lisa V on TMZ … it would be interesting to see how people would react if I called HER a b***h ? When I was asked if there was drama at Andy’s shower I thought they were referring to something that happened AT the shower. Nothing to do with Lisa,” Kyle tweeted on February 1.

Kyle Richards responds to Lisa Vanderpump's shade

“But what about the being paid comment? Was that taken out of context? I only read about it, didn’t see clip,” a fan asked.

“THEY asked if Lisa was holding out for money to attend the shower. OBVIOUSLY that is not true. I thought that was obvious so I joked,” Kyle explained.

Kyle Richards denies dissing Lisa Vanderpump

On Wednesday, after leaving a lunch date in Beverly Hills, Kyle responded to questions from TMZ in regard to Lisa’s decision to skip Andy’s baby shower.

“She was not there,” Kyle confirmed.

Then, after revealing there was some drama at the event, Kyle was asked if it was a money issue that kept Lisa from attending.

“Did I have to pay her to come to the shower, maybe?” Kyle asked. Below is the video of Kyle talking about Lisa.

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A short time after the interview was shared, Lisa slammed Kyle for her “b***hy” comments and shut down rumors of financial demands.

“Because I’m on two shows, I wouldn’t need to be paid,” Lisa said, revealing that she met with Andy before the event and gifted him with a cashmere blue blanket and a teddy bear for his son.

“I have a job,” she explained. “I didn’t make a career out of being a housewife and anybody that’s followed my journey knows I’m doing exactly the same thing that I was.”

“It says more about them than it does about me,” Lisa continued. “I haven’t trashed them. It would be easy to [but] I’m too busy to give it much thought quite frankly… I’m more worried about the dogs than the b***hes.”

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season nine premieres Tuesday, February 12 at 9 p.m. on Bravo TV.

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