Tamra Judge is fighting back after seeing that her former Real Housewives of Orange County co-star, Gretchen Rossi, and her fiancé, Slade Smiley, celebrated the news of her exit from the Bravo reality series with a video on her Instagram Stories.
After watching Gretchen and Slade proclaim that God crushed evil and tell fans they were “so freaking happy,” Tamra took to her Twitter page to slam her former castmate for continuously talking about the show after being fired. She also revealed her “dream job” to fans on Instagram.
“Gretchen and Slade’s broke a**es literally had date night in honor of Tamra leaving #RHOC. [Bravo] better not bring them back. Gretchen works with a fraudulent cbd company, has a baby with a broke deadbeat, and her face looks like flounder in drag. ‘So blessed’ girl,” a fan page wrote in the caption of Gretchen and Slade’s video.
Gretchen and Slade’s broke asses literally had date night in honor of Tamra leaving #RHOC. @BravoTV better not bring them back. Gretchen works with a fraudulent cbd company, has a baby with a broke deadbeat, and her face looks like flounder in drag. “So blessed” girl 🙄 pic.twitter.com/70OhiIM9jc
— Reality Ashhole (@RealityAshhole) January 26, 2020
In response, Tamra tweeted, “Of course they did.”
She then took aim at Gretchen for being unable to keep the show and its stars out of her mouth after allegedly being fired by Bravo seven years ago.
“Please put me out of my misery if [I’m] still talking about housewives 7 years after I got fired. I legit feel sorry for those two,” Tamra continued.
In another social media post shared on her Instagram Stories, Tamra revealed she has interest in returning to television on HGTV.
“HGTV is my dream job,” she told fans, adding that she is now a “free agent.”
Following Tamra’s exit, Andy Cohen admitted that while Tamra was asked to return to the show, producers only wanted to feature her on three episodes to wrap up her storyline, which didn’t interest her.
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