Angry Ramona Singer glares at camera following her BravoCon removal for texting racial slur

Ramona Singer appeared irate in New York City after she was cut from BravoCon for texting a Page Six reporter a partial racial slur.

The “Real Housewives of New York City” star made her way into an office building Tuesday night, carrying a pad of paper, but made sure to glare at a paparazzo before going inside.

Singer, 66, kept her look business casual with a leather jacket that she paired with a pair of black pants and knee-high boots.

It’s unclear what she was up to, but she clearly wasn’t happy to be snapped by a shutterbug.

Bravo removed the real estate broker from its lineup for this weekend’s highly anticipated convention after she tried to downplay her use of the N-word, which was first reported by Vanity Fair, by using the term “n-g.”

“And the word I used was ‘NWord’ Not n-g…” she attempted to explain.

Ramona Singer snarled at a paparazzo just hours after she was cut from BravoCon following her use of a partial racial slur.
Elder Ordonez / SplashNews.com
She had texted a Page Six reported “n-g” while trying to downplay her use of the N-word.
Elder Ordonez / SplashNews.com

Singer said she’d send us a “full statement” explaining the situation behind her alleged racism, but never did. She also hasn’t publicly acknowledged the text message or the network’s decision to cut her.

Although, Page Six exclusively reported in November 2021 that Singer had allegedly stated, “This is why we shouldn’t have black people on the show,” after Luann de Lesseps kicked Eboni K. Williams — the first black “Housewife” on “RHONY” — out of her house.

The longtime reality star denied the allegation at the time, telling us that the statement was a “terrible lie.”

She has yet to address publicly both the text she sent and her removal from the highly anticipated convention.
Getty Images

For more Page Six reality TV updates

“It’s very disappointing that even after my name was cleared that people still want to slander me,” she said.

Vanity Fair resurfaced the allegation once again in its exposé this week but added that she also allegedly said, “This is gonna ruin our show.”

The real estate broker has faced numerous allegations in the past but always has denied them.
Dave Allocca/Starpix

Singer denied the claims again, telling the glossy, “In fact, I supported adding diverse cast members well before before [sic] Eboni was added.”

In light of all the drama that took place behind the scenes of the franchise’s 13th season, Bravo axed Singer, Williams, de Lesseps, Leah McSweeney, Dorinda Medley and Sonja Morgan and replaced them with an entirely new cast.

She was set to promote “RHONY Legacy” in Las Vegas.
Getty Images

Singer maintained a good rapport with the network despite the allegations and subsequent investigations, going on to film two seasons of Peacock’s “Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip.”

Her first season — the show’s original — aired in late 2021, while her second — rebranded as “RHONY Legacy” — will premiere in December.

Her her co-stars — de Lesseps, Morgan, Medley, Kelly Bensimon and Kristen Taekman — will now have to promote the forthcoming installation this weekend without her.

Read More: World News | Entertainment News | Celeb News


Related posts

Tori Spelling reveals ‘90210’ co-star Luke Perry secretly dated Madonna: He was ‘the coolest’

BBC Brk News

Sutton Stracke Hints at New Romance With a ‘Handsome’ Unknown Man Following Split From TV Boyfriend Steve

BBC Brk News

Bobby Moresco to Direct ‘Ferrari vs Mercedes’

BBC Brk News

Leave a Comment