Karen Huger Had a Feeling The Lunch With Gizelle Would Go Badly


Karen Huger is talking about her lunch with Gizelle Byrant during this week’s episode of RHOP in a new interview with Bravo. Karen said she had a feeling the lunch with would bad and shares her thoughts on what happened.

Bravotv.com: What were you thinking when Gizelle’s friend Kal approached you at Charrisse’s crab boil?
Karen Huger:
When Kal raised his fist at me and pointed to his chunky muscle I was thinking WHAAAT?? This man may actually take a swing at me. That’s why I called for security. Kal, Bye. You CRAZY!

Bravotv.com: What were you hoping going into this lunch with Gizelle, and what did you think of her letter?
When I got the invite from “Gizzy” for lunch I was thinking, THANK THE LORD! She’s finally come to her senses and wants to own her mess and apologize and we can get back to being buds.

Bravotv.com: Tell us about your sit down with Gizelle and Charrisse. Why did you walk away?
When the driver arrived with the letter of daggers from Gizzy; my thought was “this child needs help!” When I got to the restaurant the girl had her “GANGSTA” lean on with one arm sprawled around the back of the chair and the other hand tightly gripping a glass of liquor guzzling like a dehydrated plant, I had a feeling things would go badly….mind you it was 11:30 a.m. “Recipe for disaster.”

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