Our favorite table-flipping housewive kicked-off the new season by spreading a rumor about fellow castmate Jackie's husband. At his birthday party. Classy. She told anyone that would listen that Jackie's husband "screws around" with women when he's at the gym. But she didn't have proof, and couldn't remember who shared this info with her.
Have a seat, beyotch! This isn't the first time she spread such filth. She pulled the same "I heard" b.s. with her own sister-in-law, and when someone spread a rumor about her and her former husband cheating on each other, well.... things got ugly. What a memory of convenience.
I think we need to retire some of these O.G.s, or give all the O.G.'s their own show where they can pull each other's hair out and claw each other's faces. Or let us do it for the complete satisfaction.
During contestant Chris Bimble's introduction, Pathole mimicked his lisp. He put on a fake lisp to answer, "I see" as "I thee." In fact, he mocked this poor man twice. What in the af!?!?! While Chris laughed it off, you know it wasn't cool. Surely he didn't think it was cool, either. But what do you do when you're just a common person on national TV? He rolled with it. I'm sure this man has dealt with being teased his entire life for his impediment. Why does a highly-paid asshat feel the need to mock someone who obviously loves the show and is a pro at solving puzzles?
Shame on you. You should know better. You're like 5,000 years old. With age comes wisdom-- but not in this case.
I know you play games for a living. But there's no place in a 2021 world for a playground idiot.
Her latest boo hoo sesh? The Netflix series "Ginny and Georgia" made a joke at her expense. EGADS! The joke?
"What do you care? You go through men faster than Taylor Swift."
That's a lot of men... Anywho, she snapped back on Twitter:
"How about we stop degrading hard working women by defining this horse shit as FuNnY."
Taylor! Language! She also took exception with Netflix, which carried her documentary, "Miss Americana" for having such a show on its service-- saying:
"Also, @Netflix after Miss Americana this outfit doesn't look cute on you. Happy Women's History Month I guess."
Waaaaah. Girl, you have f&ck you money. Who cares? Be grateful you're still relevant. Be grateful that you're such a part of pop culture that people wanna take a shot at you. Follow your own advice in that "Shake it Off" song of yours and shake it off!