When asked whether or not she thinks her co-star wants to be like the ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ star, the former beauty pageant contestant answers, ‘So bad, so bad.’
AceShowbiz -The beef between Candiace Dillard and Monique Samuels have been highlighted heavily in the new season of “The Real Housewives of Potomac“. However, it looks like their feud doesn’t only happen on screen because Candiace recently claimed on Twitter that her co-star is trying so badly to be like Porsha Williams.
When asked by one of her followers on Instagram whether she thought Monique wanted to be like “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star, Candiace answered without much hesitation, “So bad. So bad.” She then added, “I wish I could tell you what I know but know what you said is the truth. So bad. Calls her up, ‘What do I do?’ And then does exactly what she says. But I’m not gonna be messy.”
Candiace and Monique started as good friends in season 3, but their relationship turned sour the moment Monique befriended Ashley Darby as the former Miss United States isn’t so fond of Ashley. The two briefly reconciled, only to fight again during the filming of the show at a winery. It got so bad to the point where Candiace pressed second-degree assault against her co-star as she claimed that Monique hit first.
Following the suit filing, the two continued to throw shade at each other. For instance, in last February, Candiace threatened to expose Monique on Twitter. “I hope I’m front and center when retribution and karma arrive to incinerate the sh*t out of you. You can try to come for me all you want,” she said at the time. “You’ll always be wide with a thumb for a nose…and ugly never wins. Also. Don’t have your brother send my boss the email next time.”
However, Candiace later said that her initial was not directed at Moniece, though she still shaded her in the end. Calling her “bodied pon Cherita,” the former beauty pageant contestant said, “And please be careful, because we all know the truth about this mystery wine glass…& your status.”
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