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Ramona Singer Suggests Bravo’s Editing Her to Look Like a ‘Villain’ on RHONY, Thinks Dorinda Medley is “Not in a Good Place”

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Ramona Singer Suggests Bravo's Editing Her to Look Like a ‘Villain’ on RHONY, Thinks Dorinda Medley is "Not in a Good Place"

Ramona Singer is pushing back against Bravo’s “villain edit” of her on The Real Housewives of New York City and attributing Dorinda Medley‘s treatment of her to not being “in a good place.”

The reality star took to her Instagram on the night of the RHONY return to share a sweet photo of her and her dog Coco, who is apparently 17 years old.

Then, in the comments section of her post, Ramona responded to a few fans who questioned her behavior on the show and her relationship with Dorinda.

Ramona first defended herself against what she agrees is a “villain edit” from Bravo after a fan urged her to quit the show.

“Looks like Bravo’s new edit of RHONY will make you the villain. Please consider making this your last season. There’s zero value left on this show,” the fan commented. “Walk away while you’re on top.”

“But people like you see through this,” Ramona responded. “That’s what counts.”

“Do you consider yourself a good person – it doesn’t come across on tv,” another user commented.

“It’s tv […] And to my true friends I am,” Ramona responded.

“You are the best!” a third fan wrote, “Why is Dorinda so MEAN to you???”

“I think perhaps she’s not in a good place …” Ramona replied, trying to explain her friend’s harsh treatment.

Ramona then seemingly confirmed a fan’s thoughts on Dorinda being a “bully” and “alcoholic” and commended Ramona on being a “lady.”

“💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕” Ramona replied to the comment.

It’s currently unclear if Ramona and Dorinda will squash their beef, or if they’re even “true friends” beyond the show, but future episodes portend rocky roads ahead.

The Real Housewives of New York City is back Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET.

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