After someone suggested Lisa had ignored Dorit, the former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member shaded the before and after photos of Dorit, who has faced plastic surgery rumors in recent weeks, before taking aim at Kyle Richards for her allegedly ongoing lies.
In a screenshot shared by Bravo and Cocktails on Instagram, Lisa is seen saying, “Ignore her? I just didn’t recognize her lol…” in response to a before and after photo of Dorit originally shared by Reality Blurb.
In other posts shared to her Twitter account over the weekend, Lisa, who recently shared proof that she did not ruin a fan’s RHOBH photo, as Kyle had claimed, agreed with a fan who suggested Kyle was constantly lying in an effort to deflect from the true liars of the Bravo reality series.
“Someone constantly lying on you and trying to ruin your character is a big deal. [Kyle] portrays [Lisa] as a liar all the time Lisa has every right to defend herself and show the actual truth. They’re still trying to make her part of the show to deflect the true liars her, [Erika Jayne], [and Lisa Rinna],” the fan had written.
“True dat,” Lisa replied.
Lisa also took aim at Kyle when she agreed with another fan who poked fun at her season 11 tagline, which said, “This town is a game of chess, but no one’s taking this queen down.”
“‘In my town’ isn’t even in Beverly Hills, it’s in Encino. Beverly Hills is not your anything, Kyle,” the fan noted, along with several rolling on the floor laughing emoji.
“Lol true dat,” Lisa responded.
As RHOBH fans may know, Kyle’s tagline caught the attention of more than just Lisa after it was released. In fact, it drew a lot of criticism on social media, and ultimately, Kyle chose to fight back by revealing it was actually the network who chose the phrase.
“Kyle needs to stop with ‘in this town’ [and] anything close to it,” one person wrote on Instagram, giving a nod to Kyle’s $8.25 million home in Encino, California, which is about 30 minutes away from Beverly Hills.
“Bravo wants that,” Kyle replied.
Kyle also noted that she “actually didn’t say Beverly Hills.”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 11 airs Wednesdays at 8/7c on Bravo.