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‘RHODubai’: Caroline Brooks slams Sara Al Madani for questioning parenting style, says it’s ‘cultural’

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“Oh my god, I can’t stand people like Brooks. Keeping distance from your kid is not culture #RHODubai,” one fan wrote

Caroline Brooks isn’t ready to let her Real Housewives of Dubai co-star Sara Al Madani off the hook just yet for her comments about parenting. On the previous episode of the Bravo show, Sara advised Brooks to be closer to her son and break the “generational cycle” of growing up with a strict, militant parenting style. Unfortunately, while Sara was only trying to be helpful with her suggestions, it didn’t go down well with Brooks, who took her co-star’s words as a verdict on her parenting style.

So Brooks called all the ‘RHODubai’ ladies and scolded them against Sara. Upon hearing that Brooks was spreading misinformation about their interaction, Sara sent a group message reaching out to Brooks and urging her to do so. Brooks then lashed out at Nina Ali for telling Sara what she confided in her, and then she tried to take on Sara. She sat down with Sara and explained that her parenting style was influenced by her Caribbean and Afro-Latino culture, and Sara’s comments sounded like she was judging the culture. Although Sara tried to point out that she wasn’t condemning any culture or parenting style, merely advising to break the generational cycle, Brooks repeatedly insisted that her housewife was insulting her culture.


After seeing Brooks chronicle her parenting style on “Culture,” several fans took to Twitter to call her out for it. One fan tweeted: “Brooks please don’t bring African American/Afro-Latino/Afro-Caribbean whatever you are into your BS culture this week. We definitely do not send our children to a boarding school in “the culture”. #RHODubai.” “Oh my god I can’t stand people like Brooks. Distance from your kid isn’t culture #RHODubai,” one fan wrote. Another fan added, “The truth hurts like I do now at Brooks. She pushed herself into this thing so that the world would see how she was a parent and now she’s trying to translate it to her culture. Girls, bye #RHODubai.”


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Another fan shared: “No matter what your culture is, you should always strive to be a better parent than the one you had. Brooks is scary. #RHODubai.” “Bless her heart. Caroline Brooks thinks generation means culture. #RHODubai,” one fan sneered. “LMFAOOOO If West Indians think violent upbringing is a part of our culture, it kills me. You are a victim #RHODubai,” stressed one fan.

Real Housewives of Dubai airs every Wednesday at 9:8c on Bravo.

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