After watching this week’s RHOC episode, Tamra Judge isn’t very happy with co-star Vicki Gunvalson, which who wouldn’t be when someone is constantly accusing their husband of being gay.
Tamra talks about how Vicki is sad at the beginning of the episode that they are no longer friends and by the end of the episode is back to doing what she does best and attack people with rumors and lying.
“From the beginning, we see Vicki’s halfhearted attempt to look like a friend. In one scene she feels bad we are no longer friends and in the same episode, she reverts to her back stabbing insecure ways. Orchestrating an obscene discussion (bad acting by the way) with people I believe she truly does not respect or are really people she considers friends to celebrate her birthday. Yes, the same people who have no problem perpetuating her lie about Eddie. Who spends that much time and effort to carry on a lie? Is this another attempt to deflect her addiction to lying? Well, I guess if you do it for a living on a daily basis it’s just another day at the office,” Tamra says in her Bravo Blog.
Tamra then talks about how Kelly Dodd is seen trying to convince Vicki to call her and tell her to “stop this mean girl.”
Tamra thought it was interesting as she said, “The phone call that I answered was from a blocked caller.”
Tamra even admitted to going against her first reaction of not going but she thought it was the perfect opportunity to tell Vicki to, “STOP BEING A BULLY…GROW UP!”
Tamra then talked about Vicki and how she loves to lie.
“I think Vicki is addicted to putting others down to make herself feel good. I also think she chooses bad men over her friends and children and worst of all continues to lie about cancer. Lie after lie after lie…it’s clear she will not stop until she is satisfied she hurt me, Shannon or anyone in her path,” Tamra said.
Tamra finds it a little creepy that Vicki, Kelly and the other ladies are going to have an affect on her life.
“The disturbing part of this episode is that they really think they are affecting my life by creating a conversation (a bad one at that) that questions my husband’s sexuality. They really think that accusing a straight man of being gay in this day and age is still a way to hurt one’s character? The obvious fact is that he is not gay and to continue to use this bully tactic to hurt me, my loving relationship or my family shows what kind of horrible person Vicki and her party guests are, especially coming from a gay man himself. Who knows for sure 100% that Eddie is not gay but would rather get his 15 minutes on TV to say otherwise.”
Tamra even gives the ladies a place to find information about bullying, for Vicki’s constant lies.
“Keep watching as Vicki continues to burry herself in her lies. Everyone involved should be ashamed of the horrible actions. Instead of spreading sexual rumors maybe they should educate themselves on bullying. www.stopbullying.org is a great place to start…”
Tamra is convinced that Vicki didn’t want a birthday party as much as she wanted to bash Eddie on camera.
“It is clear her birthday party was about making her look like she has nothing to do with this rumor she’s behind. Trying to bully people by attacking their sexual orientation is absolutely disgusting especially at their age. To see a table of adults flat out lying about Eddie to try and hurt me and try to humiliate Eddie is beyond comprehensible,” Tamra said of Vicki’s birthday party.
At the end of Tamra’s blog she gives Vicki some advice.
“Vicki, my advice to you is stop lying! It’s easy to tell the truth and you never have to create more truths to make your point.”
Thoughts on what Tamra had to say?
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