During the show, Kelly threw shade at her co-star’s $2 million Coto De Caza home by suggesting you “can’t buy a tear down in Newport Beach,” where she resides, for that amount of money and noting that the area is “a nicer Temecula.” A short time later, Tamra fired back at Kelly by pointing out that she is renting.
“Do you own a house ? I own 2,” Tamra tweeted.
Minutes later, Tamra took further aim at Kelly by suggesting she dates old men for money.
“I pay for my houses. I don’t date old men for money,” she wrote.
Tamra also challenged Kelly over how much they earn, writing: “Let’s compare income? If it bothers you that much.”
“I sold my house for $5m dollars !! Lmfao!!” Kelly replied, adding that she “could pay for [Tamra’s] house with cash.”
“You’re so blessed. I hope you buy you 5 million dollar home soon,” Tamra said.
“Yup I’m old,” Tamra wrote in response.
After witnessing their online feud, one fan brought up Tamra’s strained relationship with daughter Sidney Barney, who she’s been estranged from for years. The fan suggested Tamra chose the RHOC over her.
“You own 2 homes …but at what cost ? Not having contact with your daughter? Kelly would never choose #RHOC over Jolie,” the person said.
“I would never !!!” Kelly agreed.
Kelly also shaded Tamra as a “sugar mama,” regarding her marriage to Eddie Judge, in a now-deleted tweet.
“Michael was the president of many public companies & I was left with a windfall not a salary u rely on solely. Who did you marry? A spin instructor? When [your] time runs out on the show #youarenext let’s see if your husband sticks around!! #Sugarmama,” wrote Kelly.
Tamra fired back by defending her husband and his career.
“Why she taking about Michaels income ? What’s her career ? Eddie was in the legal industry when I met him and now runs two companies that we own together. 10 loving years together ❤️ move on Krazy,” she wrote.
In closing, Tamra told fans, “I rest my case ????…. gold digger!”
The Real Housewives of Orange County season 14 airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on Bravo TV.
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