Kyle Richards Hints at RHOBH Cast Drama After Crystal’s Birthday, Suggests She Paid for “Lowering [Her] Frequency” as Cast Reacts

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RHOBH's Kyle Richards Hints at Drama After Filming Crystal's Birthday, Suggests She Paid for "Lowering [Her] Frequency" as Cast Reacts

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Kyle Richards hinted at drama among the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast on Instagram on Monday as she shared a photo from Crystal Kung-Minkoff‘s 40th birthday, which was filmed for the upcoming 13th season of the Bravo reality series

In the caption of a pic taken at Crystal’s event in Hollywood, California, Kyle hinted that something had gone down between her and her castmates after the party before taking to her Instagram Story, where she suggested she had lowered herself and ended up paying for it.

“We were all so happy that day…” Kyle wrote on February 27, also adding, “IYKYK,” which means, “If you know, you know.”

Following the sharing of the post, Kyle was met with comments from her RHOBH co-stars, including Crystal and Erika Jayne, who seemed to put an end to their feud at the bash as Erika was seen giving Crystal a kiss.

“But we look damn good,” Crystal noted.

“Now I gotta go look up another acronym,” shared Sutton Stracke.

And in a comment of her own, Erika posted a cold face emoji.

Kyle Richards Hints at Drama Amid RHOBH Season 13 at Crystal Birthday

Although Kyle didn’t explain what potentially happened between the ladies, she further hinted that something intense had taken place on her Instagram Story, where she shared a message about paying for something and learning lessons.

“Every time I lower my frequency to meet someone on their level I end up paying for it. That’s a lesson I really don’t need to learn anymore. Rise up to meet me,” her message read.RHOBH Kyle Richards Talks Paying for Something After Crystal Birthday

Around the time that she filmed at Crystal’s birthday party, which was at least the second group event of season 13, Erika revealed how it’s been filming the season without longtime co-star and friend Lisa Rinna, who exited the show in January after eight seasons.

“Well it’s OK,” she told TMZ. “You know it’s one of those things that we know is going to happen. So you know everybody is a professional and life goes on. I miss her but she’s a friend of mine.”

Lisa has also spoken out about her absence from the show, saying on The Talk that there are certain things she’ll miss about filming.

“I will miss that routine of having a paycheck … having money coming in. And I love those ladies and as much as we go through, I still feel like they’re family in a lot of ways. I really do,” she admitted.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 13 is expected to premiere on Bravo sometime later this year.