Yolanda Foster is taking to her Bravo Blog this week to dish on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Yolanda doesn’t hold back as usual! She talks about Adrienne and how she uses her financial power to intimidate Brandi. Yolanda states that Faye, Kyle, and Camille “kiss Adrienne’s ass,” and also slams Marisa Zanuck for comments made about her husband, Dean. Yolanda also writes she wasn’t born with a silver spoon in her mouth, and not to mistake her calm attitude for arrogance. Read more below!
Yolanda writes, “I am a girlâ€™s girl, and Iâ€™m sensitive to little things like that. I guess the wayÂ BrandiÂ was received in this group last year really affected her, so thatâ€™s probably why she made a great effort to reach out and get to know me.
I maybe wasnâ€™t received with much love, but I did get respect, because I demand it. I wasnâ€™t born with a silver spoon in Beverly Hills, but I was born with a great deal of self-worth. Even though I have plenty of insecurities, no one in this group intimidates me.
Which leads me toÂ Adrienne. Intimidation with status and financial power is to me the worst quality a rich person can have. I saw Adrienne do it to Brandi, actually she threatened her with an â€œOh boy she is going to get slapped with a fat old lawsuitâ€ for all of us to seeâ€¦ Then she denied it, so why would I not doubt her integrity?
Brandi came to the barn because she had so much anxiety and fear about the lawsuit; I truly felt in my heart that I needed to stand by her, support her, and make her see that Adrienne is no more or less then anyone else in this world.
Iâ€™m glad you got see another glimpse of my baby Bella and her great passion for her sport.
The fact thatÂ Faye,Â Kyle, andÂ Camille kiss Adrienneâ€™s ass and make her believe that it is OK to behave like that is concerning to me. I wonder if any of the three ladies have the true means to have a $700 an hour lawyer fight their battles with their girlfriends.
Lets keep it real here. The truth is that I couldnâ€™t afford it, and I donâ€™t believe any of them could either.
I grew up cleaning stalls and milking cows. I donâ€™t have a college degree, but I did grow up on the streets (and that is not Rodeo Drive) of many different countries around the world and survived because god gave me the perseverance and great intuition that I used religiously.
So if you read my calm demeanor for arrogance, you are mistaken. I was raised in a culture that is maybe to a fault emotionally controlled, so I have learned to step back, assess the situation, and act on that. I love the American openness and use of language, I just donâ€™t know how to be that way.
Knowing and feeling for Deanâ€™s mother, I can only say I hope MarisaÂ will never hear a woman speak about her own son the way she speaks of her husband. We all have our crosses to bear and even in my life behind the big house, ocean views, and lemon trees, life isnâ€™t always as pristine and perfect as Marisa says it is in her blog post last week. But I do wash my dirty laundry in the laundry room where it belongs and protect those I love.”
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