Charli Burnett Won’t Apologize For Being A Girl’s Girl

Charli Burnett On VPR [Source: YouTube]

Charli Burnett is reflecting on the comments she made on Vanderpump Rules Season 10. However, she won’t apologize for being a girl’s girl. Following Wednesday’s episode, she took to social media to share her thoughts. She’s going back to the time when she defended Raquel Leviss. Keep on reading to learn more.

Charli Burnett sides with Raquel Leviss

On Wednesday’s super-sized episode of Pump Rules, Charli Burnett showed up the following day to the girl’s trip with Katie Maloney, Lala Kent, Raquel Leviss, and Kristina Kelly. Charli shared many thoughts about her castmates. She shaded Kristina’s lip balm brand and dry hair.

Charli Burnett & Raquel Leviss [Source: Charli Burnett - Instagram]
[Source: Charli Burnett – Instagram]
She also slammed Lala and Katie for the way they treated Raquel during the trip. Concerns grew after the previous night, when Raquel made out with Oliver Saunders, who is still married. The following morning, Lala told Raquel that she wouldn’t allow her man around her. Raquel infamously told her: “It’s a good thing you don’t have a man.” This came as a shock to the group and viewers at home.

Lala and Katie came down hard on Raquel during their group dinner. At this point, Charli showed up and didn’t know what led up to these moments. She defended her friend and called out Lala’s hypocrisy. Charli mentioned the time when Lala was involved with her ex-fiance Randall Emmett.

“I don’t know who made Lala the spokeswoman of women but we need to find a new president or manager,” Charli Burnett said in her confessional. “She is the last person I would want to speak for me. Talk about how you went from a mansion back to an apartment.”

Charli Burnett Wears Bustier [Source: Charli Burnett - Instagram]
[Source: Charli Burnett – Instagram]

Reflects after Pump Rules episode

Charli Burnett is seeing things differently. She took to Twitter to share her thoughts on that episode. The bodybuilder admitted that she wouldn’t be so defensive of Raquel if she only knew then what she knows now. However, she won’t apologize for being a girl’s girl.

“Oh wow these convos go differently now,” Charli Burnett tweeted on Wednesday, March 15, afer the new episode. “I I hate when people aren’t honest. Tbh 🙃 I feel incredibly silly on some things obvi knowing what I know now. I can take the accountability on my end always.

The SUR-ver will continue to stand up for all women, even if she “looks dumb.” Charli is happy to see that she was “being a good friend.” She doesn’t regret what she said or did, especially if they didn’t “hurt” anyone. Earlier this month, Charli admitted that she’s no longer speaking to Raquel after Tom Sandoval and Ariana Madix broke up because he had an affair with their co-star.

What are your thoughts on Charli Burnett not apologizing for being a girl’s girl? Did you feel bad for Raquel during that episode? Or, do you see things differently now? Sound off below in the comment section.

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