PHOTO: Ramona Singer Axed From BravoCon After ‘N-Word’ Text is Leaked, See What She Wrote to a Reporter as She Tries to Downplay Report of Racism

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PHOTO: Ramona Singer's Text to Reporter Referencing 'N-Word' is Leaked After She Tries to Downplay Report as She is Removed From BravoCon Lineup

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Ramona Singer has now been taken off the BravoCon roster after her controversial text to a Page Six reporter was published by the outlet.

Recently, a Vanity Fair exposé spotlighted allegations that the Real Housewives of New York alum used the n-word slur with a Bravo employee in the past.

According to Page Six, Ramona texted one of their reporters in response to the Vanity Fair piece, writing, “And the word I used was ‘NWord’ Not n-g…”

Ramona then told the outlet that she would give a “full statement” later on.  A screenshot of Ramona’s shocking text message is below.

Image credit: Page Six

After her text was exposed to the public, Ramona’s name was taken off the BravoCon app. A source told the outlet she will not be attending the Las Vegas event scheduled for this weekend in light of the star’s actions.

Per the Vanity Fair exposé, castmate Eboni K. Williams claimed Ramona said in a training that “most” people of color do not have present fathers.

“‘What if they don’t have a father? Why can’t I say that?’” she allegedly said. “‘Most of them don’t.’”

Ramona told the magazine, “The training included ‘open dialogue.’ In that spirit, I asked a question about a statistic I had read about single-parent households, where children with single-parent households were statistically less likely to succeed than two-parent households.”

Two years ago, it was reported that Ramona allegedly stated, “This is why we shouldn’t have Black people on the show,” referencing Eboni after Luann de Lesseps told the attorney to leave her home during season 13.

Ramona allegedly used the n-word slur while speaking to a crew member of color during the same season, though the 66-year-old claimed this was a “terrible lie.”