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Ramona singer ’embarrassed’ by her behavior at RHONY Black Shabbat

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Ramona Singer was in the hot seat on Watch What Happens Live, but some fans think it wasn’t hot enough.

On Andy Cohen’s late night show, the Real Housewives of New York City star spoke about her bad behavior on the final season of the Bravo reality show. Singer’s controversy was not addressed after the season as RHONY season 13 was canceled by Bravo.

During a segment in “WWHL”, presenter Andy Cohen Singer asked specifically about her behavior at the Black Shabbat, which was moderated by the new cast Eboni K. Williams to share the Jewish Sabbath with her co-star singer Sonja Morgan. and Leah McSweeney. Things didn’t go as planned after Singer made some controversial comments over dinner.

“Number one question for you guys, how did you feel about having no reunion that you never really had to answer for your behavior on Black Shabbat,” Cohen told Singer on his late night show. “When you saw this episode, what was on your mind? It wasn’t fun for me or for many people to watch. “

“When I went to Black Shabbat, my intention was to connect with everyone by sharing my experiences,” Singer explained. “But I realized that I should have just listened, absorbed and learned, and I deeply regret that.”

“Also, I was obviously drinking,” Singer continued. “And when I saw it when the episode aired, I was ashamed. Humiliated. “

Cohen announced that he had received an apology from Singer after the episode aired, and she confirmed that she had mailed “many of them.”

While Singer expressed remorse for her behavior, some RHONY fans didn’t buy her apology.

In the comment section on Bravo’s YouTube video of the WWHL segment, several viewers thought Singer’s reaction to Cohen was rehearsed.

“Ramona and this prepared answer. Girls, bye, ”wrote one commentator.

“She is not even able to recite her memorized text without sounding like a rehearsed insincere Bologna,” wrote another.

“LMAO RAMONA READ LITERALLY A SCRIPT IN DYING,” wrote a third viewer Twitter.

“Wow, Ramona got off easily,” added another social media commenter. “Bravo obviously intends to keep Ramona at RHONY, even if her dismissal is long overdue.”

“This woman has shown her true colors again and again,” wrote another viewer. “That was not an isolated incident. She is constantly problematic and terrible for people and the worst part is she thinks it is “cute and corky”. Society has passed people like Ramona. I never understood what Andy saw in her, unless Andy was ripped off the same racist, toxic stuff. “

With Black Shabbat, Williams had hoped to “highlight the relationship between black and Jewish communities,” she told The New York Daily News.

But Singer made a lot of the night. At some point during the disastrous dinner she spoke about how the Jews “hated” her while studying, then said that Jews and Italians had a lot in common.

After a friend of Williams shared a story about her experience during preterm birth, Singer claimed she was a victim of racism when a black nurse refused to give her pain medication when she was in labor with her daughter Avery.

“I didn’t have a second baby because of the pain I had from that birth and I was a white woman,” Ramona told The Daily Mail. “That happens to whites too.”

Since then, Singer has been charged with saying of Williams, “That’s why we shouldn’t have black people on the show.”

Singer has denied making the racist statement, telling Page Six, “I never said that. It is a terrible lie. It’s very disappointing that after my name has been released, people still want to slander me. “

The point of sale found that an investigation into Singer’s comments resulted in the Real Housewives of New York City reunion that season being canceled.

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