“You can take the mic off of me. I think I’m done. This is not a good move for her,” said Gizelle’s dad off-camera when he thought his microphone was off. “You know, this guy’s got six, seven baby mamas.”
Gizelle then opened up about the behind-the-scenes moment on the series premiere of Bravo’s Chat Room on September 27.
“My dad is 82 years old, y’all. So 82-year-olds are gonna say something reckless out their mouth. And that’s fine,” Gizelle said. “He does support me, he loves me. If I got married tomorrow, he’d be walking me down the aisle, and that’s all that ever matters to me.”
Gizelle also went on to explain how she’s a “different woman” who has “evolved” and “changed” since their previous time being married, making their second chance at love a different kind of deal.
“I feel like he now looks at me in such a different way and respects me. So that’s been the big difference for us,” she shared on the show. “You know, we’re now equals, as opposed to when I was married, which I didn’t mind at the time, but it was all about him; I was living in his movie, and now we’re living a movie together. So I feel like the love has always been there, the trust is there, and we’re just gonna go down the road and see what happens.”
The reality star’s castmate, Karen Huger, had some differing thoughts on the matter. She seemingly sided with Curtis’ off-camera sentiments.
“When your DAD speaks 👀👀👀the truth! Take notes! NOW that ‘s ❤️ #RHOP,” Karen stated on Twitter.
When your DAD speaks👀👀👀the truth! Take notes! NOW that ‘s ❤️ #RHOP
— Karen Huger (@KARENHUGER) September 28, 2020
Karen definitely isn’t afraid to share her opinions about Gizelle, and she has often critiqued her co-star’s style in her confessionals on the RHOP.
Continuing the conversation on Bravo’s Chat Room, Gizelle fired back about the criticism, noting that she was unfazed by such concerns.
The Real Housewives of Potomac airs every Sunday at 9/8c on Bravo.