In a series of posts shared to her Instagram Stories on Monday night, Lisa clapped back at the suggestion that Denise should be allowed to keep certain things away from the RHOBH cameras while applauding her other castmates for exposing their lives to fans and reacting to someone who accused her of having skeletons in her closet.
“You are the hypocrite…its Denise’s choice what conversations she [wants] to have in private with her children. You call yourself her friend you went over the line. And calling her out on national tv regarding [Charlie’s] lifestyle those are her choices to share with her daughters as she sees appropriate not yours or Erica,” a fan wrote to Lisa on June 8.
After informing the woman that she spelled Erika Jayne‘s name wrong, Lisa explained that when it comes to reality television, “There is no such thing as private with a camera in your face.”
She also said that if someone wants privacy in regard to certain topics, a career in reality television may not be ideal.
“Dear Karen the show is on national television so if anyone wants to protect anything they probably shouldn’t be on a reality tv show. Bloop,” Lisa explained.
“It’s a tv show. There are cameras. Nothing is private. Ever,” Lisa continued in a second post.
“It’s a reality tv show. They will find every single skeleton in your closet. It’s brutal. I commend these b***hes for even having the balls to sign up and do this show!” Lisa shared in a third Instagram Story.
In another post shared on Tuesday morning, Lisa reacted to a fan who suggested she was keeping her own secrets from the RHOBH cameras.
“Well, I mean you don’t share much about your skeletons. It would be nice to see more real-ness from everyone on the cast. It all feels very set up. Just hopping from one dinner table to another,” the person stated.
And Lisa had a cheeky response.
“Karen if I had skeletons they would have dug those suckers up by now I’ve been on the show for [six] years lovely,” she noted. “And the ones they made up, we know how that went down don’t we.”
Lisa concluded her statement to the fan by giving a nod to one of her most famous quotes.
“You need a drink and a Xanax Karen,” she wrote.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 10 airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. on Bravo.
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