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Ramona Singer In Hot Water For Alleged Racist Comment

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Ramona Singer keeps finding herself in controversy. Earlier this week, TV Show Ace reported that RHONY fans are calling for her firing once again. Meanwhile, Eboni K. Williams asked Bravo to launch an internal investigation into her co-star. However, they couldn’t find anything to support her claims.

The Real Housewives of New York Season 13 is fraught with controversy. Some fans blamed Ramona for all that went down that season. But others think Eboni is to blame since she kept bringing up the topic surrounding racial injustice. Bravo fans are split while the show’s future is unclear.

Eboni K. Williams filed a complaint against RHONY co-star

Bravo canceled RHONY Season 13 reunion after it launched an investigation into Ramona Singer. She’s been the center of alleged racist behavior. A few months ago, the network announced that there would be no reunion. Viewers want to know how the show will carry on.

The network launched a third-party investigation against Ramona Singer. Eboni K. Williams accused her co-star of racism. She filed a formal complaint before the reunion special was supposed to take place. It could be the reason why the reunion never happened. At the time, it was speculated that Ramona refused to show up to the reunion to answer questions surrounding her alleged racism.

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Eboni felt that Ramona made a comment that was racist. However, the network cleared the reality star due to a lack of evidence to support Eboni’s claims. The attorney isn’t the only one who made these claims. Eboni was empowered to file the complaint after she learned that a crew member did the same but saw no change in Ramona’s behavior.

As a result, the cast was unable to reunite for Season 13. Last month, Ramona, Luann de Lesseps, and Leah McSweeney refused to speak to Eboni at Dave Quinn’s book release party. They blame her for the decline in ratings and the canceled reunion. However, Leah claims that they’re on good terms even though they haven’t spoken in months.

What did Ramona Singer say?

Now, it’s been revealed what Ramona Singer said about Eboni K. Williams. Per Page Six, an insider revealed that the 64-year-old allegedly said, “This is why we shouldn’t have black people on the show.” This took place after Luann kicked the 38-year-old new co-star out of her home.

Ramona denies making the comment. This led Eboni to file a complaint against the television personality. Bravo agreed to follow through by enlisting the help of a third party. They cleared Ramona of any wrongdoing. Yet, Eboni is unsatisfied with what happened.

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“I never said that. It’s a terrible lie,” Ramona Singer told the outlet in a statement she issued. “It’s very disappointing that even after my name was cleared that people still want to slander me.”

Eboni has not publicly commented on this situation. She may just want to move on. Rumors are swirling that she’s eyeing for a part on ABC’s The View. The Real Housewives of New York is on an indefinite hiatus.

Chanel Adams

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1 Comment

  1. I knew this would happen because Eboni kept pushing the race card. Good for you Ramona for pushing back. Giselle on RHOBH doesn’t feel the need to jam race down those ladies throats. Personally I will stop watching all of them I watch if you continue with the black narrative. I’m over the finger pointing and “it’s all about race”. If the Black narrative comes to play in all of your housewife series I’m done. DONE
    P.S. Eboni you would fit right in at The View with all of those racist bitches!

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