Is Eboni K. Williams Set to Tell-All on Bethenny Frankel’s Podcast? Will Allegedly Address Allegation of Racism That Ended RHONY, Plus Bethenny Says Andy Cohen “Despises” Her and Shares Why

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REPORT: Eboni K. Williams to be Interviewed on Bethenny Frankel’s Podcast to Address Allegation of Racism That Ended Show, Plus Bethenny Says Andy Cohen “Despises” Her and Shares WhyAccording to a report, Eboni K. Williams will allegedly be the next Bravoleb to be interviewed for Bethenny Frankel’s podcast, and she plans on discussing the controversy that allegedly involved her accusing Ramona Singer of racism – which led to an HR investigation.

Around the same time, Bethenny shared her belief that Andy Cohen and everyone at Bravo likely “despises” her after the Real Housewives of New York alum called for a reality TV union and accused the network of mistreating its stars.

On a @deuxmoi post shared by @bravosnarksnide on Instagram, a source claimed that Eboni “is the next to join Bethenny on her podcast.”

The source alleged, “She is ready to talk about the HR investigation that ended RHONY.”

Meanwhile, Bethenny seemed to give an update on her relationship with Andy.

“I can tell you with great certainty that everyone at Bravo likely despises me, including Andy Cohen, because it’s very personal and because they have to protect the realm,” said the star on the Literally! podcast, via Us Weekly.

The 52-year-old suggested she’s “scary” to the network because she’s not a “disgruntled” former employee, but rather a star who made “millions of dollars” and was “asked back” multiple times.

Bethenny went on to say, “It’s a very complicated thing I walked myself into whilst also burning bridges and seeming like I’m biting the hand that fed me, but I fed myself. There are a lot of people who didn’t get fed.”

The star, who recently interviewed Raquel Leviss, said she decided to “torch” the kingdom “Khaleesi style.”

Bethenny eventually explained, “I knew that I wasn’t going to be able to start a union in a night … So, in the meantime, there should be this modification of language that goes into contracts because for three decades, there’s been no principal, no governor, no one in charge of this whole group.”


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