Monique Samuels Slams Her Co-Stars For Making Fight With Candiace Dillard About Themselves
Monique Samuels hasn't been shared in the best light this season of Real Housewives of Potomac. She opened up about her thoughts on her castmates behavior after the physical altercation between her and Candiace Dillard.
Monique interviewed with The Jam recently. Viewers feel that if some people didn't get in Candiace's head, the former friends may have been able to mend their friendship.
Samuels has her own opinion on it.
'They made this whole incident about themselves. If they were actually thinking about myself and about Candiace — who the incident actually involved — I think they would have took a more of an approach like, ‘Hey, let’s try to piece this together, let’s bring these beautiful women together and get them on the right track and let’s be the big sisters in this situation and see them through it.''
It is likely that she is talking about frenemy Gizelle Bryant and partner-in-crime Robyn Dixon.
'But instead, they made it about themselves, they got on their high horses, they cast a lot of judgment, and it was more about ‘Oh, let’s just exile her and get her about the circle and who cares about what her process has been.’ So, there was healing that needed to be done on both sides and I don’t think the ladies ever acknowledged that, they just all had their little meeting, got together, and said, ‘Get Monique out of here!''
She is seemingly confirming the previous rumors that multiple women refused to film with her after the fight as a way to ice her out and hopefully get the network to let her go.
As far as if it would ever be possible to fix her broken friendship with Candiace -- it remains unlikely.
The mother of three says every time that she thinks they may be able to get past it, Candiace does an interview where she makes things worse and says that she has not recovered from the trauma the fight brought on.
Fans will have to see how this plays out at the reunion that was filmed last week.