After the Flipping Out alum, 53, said he was “pissed” that Kyle didn’t tell him “she’s a lesbian on Ozempic” on last Tuesday’s WWHL and later said the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, 54, was ignoring his texts after the “joke,” Kyle confirmed he sent her flowers while sharing a series of outtakes from Morgan Wade‘s “Fall in Love With Me” music video.
“Let’s get physical,” Kyle wrote in the caption of a couple of photos of herself working out in 1980s-inspired gear and heels.
But after sharing the images of herself, which were taken during the making of her music video with Morgan, 28, Kyle was met with a slew of backlash from her followers who suggested the concept of the video, which featured her and Morgan flirting with one another before bathing together, feeding each other fruit, and nearly kissing, was “awkward” and “cringy.”
“The whole thing is awkward x 10,” one person wrote.
“I understand that you’re trying to be cute but this look is cringy IMO,” said another.
A third mentioned Kyle’s four daughters, Farrah Aldjufrie, 34, Alexia Umansky, 27, Sophia Umansky, 23, and Portia Umansky, 15, saying, “The entire thing was so awkward and cringy! She’s younger than some of your daughters!”
“The strangest video, bizarre,” someone else agreed.
Other people noted that Kyle seems to be a completely different person in recent weeks and wondered why she would make a music video with Morgan if she didn’t want their alleged romance to be discussed.
“If all of those rumors are just so called rumors, why would you do a video with intimate scenes … with the so called girlfriend?” one Instagram user wondered.
“Ugh enough, then you’re going to get mad about all the rumors. Pick your lane honey,” another agreed.
“Oh please stop! She’s Making herself look so ridiculous. Her adult children must be cringing!” someone else complained.
As for her drama with Jeff, she addressed the topic after he told TMZ that he “was totally joking” when he suggested Kyle was a lesbian on Ozempic on WWHL.
While appearing on Amazon Live, Kyle confirmed she was “not not talking to Jeff Lewis,” but she didn’t “feel like responding.”
“I’m just getting sick of people, I’m just tired of it. I’m at my whit’s end [concerning] all the stories about me out there … I just want everyone to be quiet,” she explained. “It’s hard enough with people saying things about me. And you just expect your friends not to … With friends like that, who needs enemies?”
She also said she didn’t appreciate being the “butt of the joke.” Then, days later, she confirmed she received flowers from him with a photo.
“Thank you [Jeff Lewis],” Kyle wrote, as seen in a screenshot shared by Best of Bravo on Instagram.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 13 is expected to begin airing on Bravo sometime this fall.
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