Lisa Rinna reportedly called out Lisa Vanderpump on Twitter this week after learning her former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills castmate had slammed her husband, Harry Hamlin, for his 2015 Halloween costume, which included a swastika T-shirt.
After Vanderpump slammed Harry‘s “disgusting” Sid Vicious costume and suggested Rinna is friends with Sarah Paulson, who has slammed Vanderpump for being unkind multiple times in recent months, Rinna allegedly retweeted a diss of her own before deleting the post and taking to her Instagram Stories with a number of potential digs at her ex-castmate.
According to a report shared by The Blast on July 15, a fan posted an article about Vanderpump’s comments and spoke of their alliance to Rinna and Sarah before Rinna re-shared the message with her own fans and followers.
In the message, which included a screenshot of the article, the fan had written, “#LVP trying to stay relevant. I’ll stick with [Lisa Rinna and Sarah Paulson].”
Following her supposed retweet, Rinna shared a couple of memes about narcissists but failed to reveal who she was throwing shade at in her Instagram Stories.
In her first post, Rinna included a quote from Annie Kaszina, which read, “Narcissists choose YOU because they know that you are the kind of person who will take the blame for THEIR toxic behavior.”
In another Instagram Story, Rinna encouraged her fans and followers to “be careful who [they] feel sorry for.”
“Some people are good at lying [and] playing victim,” she warned.
Rinna also shared an additional post about narcissism and people who have made a habit of playing the victim from Maria Consiglio.
“No matter what they do, no matter how much damage they cause, no matter how many lives they destroy, the narcissist will always see themselves as the victim,“ the message read. “Don’t ever expect them to take responsibility or own anything they do. The pathology leads them to believe they never make mistakes. So anything that goes wrong no matter how false or untrue is your fault, or at least it is never their fault…”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 10 airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. on Bravo.
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