Following the premiere of her spinoff, Southern Hospitality, which is based out of her Charleston restaurant and lounge, Republic, Leva revealed where she stands with Madison LeCroy and Venita Aspen after their season eight drama, reacted to Craig Conover‘s behavior on Winter House, and responded to a question about whether her Southern Charm co-stars have hooked up with the cast of Hospitality.
As for Venita, Leva confirmed they are in a better place after a fan questioned her about whether or not she believed Venita when she said Madison ripped her phone out of her hand to read a text Leva sent about her.
“That wasn’t really the issue that I had with Venita. There was so many other things that happened during the season in our friendship but we’re in a much better place and I like to believe the best in people so I’m hopeful,” Leva shared. “She’s actually at our premiere party now supporting me.”
During a game of rapid-fire questions, Leva was asked about her Southern Charm castmates, revealing that she currently has “none” of them blocked and wasn’t surprised by Taylor Ann Green‘s behavior towards ex-boyfriend Shep Rose at the reunion.
Leva then named Naomie Olindo and Olivia Flowers as the co-stars she trusts the most, Shep as the co-star she’d most want to go into business with out of Austen Kroll and Craig, and Austen as the person who her Republic staff complains about the most.
As for Craig, Leva said that when it comes to his controversial behavior on Winter House, including his drunken antics and feuds with his co-stars, it is simply “Craig having a moment,” and she addressed her past insinuation that he was simply the face of Sewing Down South and not the mastermind behind it.
“I don’t think Craig thinks he’s the mastermind but I definitely think Craig’s involved in his business and I was just angry,” she explained.
Although Leva had plenty to say about her Southern Charm co-stars, she wouldn’t reveal which Bravolebrity was the rudest to her at BravoCon. However, when prompted by a series of questions from host Andy Cohen, Leva confirmed it was a Real Housewives star from the East Coast — who wasn’t Ramona Singer.
“I don’t think she actually knew who I was and it was one of the girls from [RHODubai]. Yeah [she was rude],” he stated.
Also on WWHL, after sharing that her spinoff has gotten support from her Southern Charm castmates, noting that they “bonded” at BravoCon and made their needed apologies to one another, Leva revealed if her co-stars have hooked up with anyone on the cast of Hospitality.
“There’s a lot of messing around,” she admitted. “So I think there’s been some attempts — more from the Southern Charm side with my cast — attempts.”
Southern Hospitality season one airs Mondays at 9/8c on Bravo.
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