In her new interview, Kate dished on what it was like going head-to-head with Teddi at BravoCon months after she ignited a feud with Teddi following a jab about her job as an accountability coach. Also, Bravo finally released the clip of Teddi and Kate participating in a game of “Squash That Beef” weeks after their scene was cut from the BravoCon Watch What Happens Live special which aired last month.
“Yeah, it was because you know what, I did not want to turn it into a Jerry Springer moment because there was so much fighting [on stage]. I was like this is not good, I don’t want to be a part of this,” Kate admitted. “And then she was like five months pregnant, and you can’t argue with a pregnant woman so then I announced that I was pregnant – which is like maybe cause I’ve been dating a lot.”
Kate then downplayed her original tweet from May 2019 which ignited their feud after she questioned why Teddi was complaining about struggling to balance her work hours with the time she spends with her two kids, six-year-old Slate and five-year-old Cruz.
And I’m sure the millions of working moms struggle with mom guilt at some point. Never said my job and time was any more important or different. But if judging my feelings as a mother makes you happy go off I guess. https://t.co/JFhvZnga7H
— Teddi Mellencamp (@TeddiMellencamp) May 22, 2019
“She was in a Jacuzzi with her husband in Hawaii crying for camera time about how she just wasn’t sure if her accountability business was just blossoming so much and she was so stressed out because she didn’t want to take time away from her children,” Kate stated.
“I just tweeted, I didn’t attack her, I didn’t [tag] her. I’m like, you know, I’m sure being an accountability coach allows you a lot of time with your kids. You’re just texting… I was being supportive!” insisted Kate.
In the newly released clip of the ladies trying to squash their beef at BravoCon, Kate can be seen congratulating Teddi on her third pregnancy. Unfortunately, Teddi wasn’t as quick to move on from their dispute and said that things would be civil between them only until Kate feels the need to “tweet about me again.”
As for where Kate and Teddi stand today, Kate added in her podcast interview that she and Teddi weren’t really able to come to a resolution regarding their beef.
“So I just was like congratulations and I’ll be held accountable for all my Tweets and I don’t need an accountability coach cause I’m pretty fit,” she joked.
Below Deck season seven airs Mondays at 9 p.m. on Bravo TV.
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