RHOA’s Drew Sidora Calls Sanya Richards-Ross a “Flip Flopping B-tch” and Accuses Her of Being “Fake” as Sanya Fires Back in Twitter Feud

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RHOA's Drew Sidora Calls Sanya Richards-Ross a "Flip Flopping B-tch" and Accuses Her of Being "Fake" as Sanya Fires Back in Twitter Feud

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Drew Sidora and Sanya Richards-Ross have embarked on a bit of a Twitter feud.

After Drew took to her social media page amid the latest episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta on Sunday and continued to share tweets about the episode the following morning, shading Sanya for downplaying their friendship and being a “flip flopping b-tch,” Sanya clapped back at her co-star.

“WOW Sanya,” Drew tweeted on June 5, along with the eyes emoji, seemingly reacting to Sanya’s comment about the messiness her assistant Anthony has brought to the show, which includes claims of Drew’s husband Ralph Pittman Jr. having a gay lover.

“So we were never friends?? Clearly just friendly!” she continued, also adding the hashtag for “notes taken.”

As she continued to share posts on Twitter on Monday, Drew suggested that Sanya was kissing Kenya Moore‘s butt when the two of them discussed Sanya’s friendship with Drew and her thoughts about Anthony.

“This flip flopping b-tch [Sanya Richard-Ross] keep kissing that a–,” Drew stated. “As fake as they come’ So we were never friends? Clearly just friendly. Notes taken.”

After seeing what her RHOA castmate had said, Sanya shared a tweet of her own, accusing Drew of making their friendship seem like it was far more serious than it actually was — and accusing her of being the show’s resident a– kisser.

“Actors gon’ act! How long we been friends Drew? What’s my middle name? What’s my favorite color? Girl stop!!! And based on this tweet looks like you the one kissing a–,” Sanya fired back.

Prior to Sunday night’s episode, Drew spoke to Us Weekly about the nature of her friendship with Sanya, noting that people will soon see “who she really is.”

“Sanya and I initially had a great connection… We hung out as a couple, we went out to dinner, she came to my mom’s birthday party. It was amazing and I was like, ‘We’re gonna be the young girls. We’re gonna have fun. We’re gonna take over and just be lit.’ And she just turned out not to be that girl,” Drew admitted. “Even now, I’m just learning her.”

The Real Housewives of Atlanta season 14 airs Sundays at 8/7c on Bravo.