RHOP: Candiace Dillard Calls Fan A 'Worthless Imbecile' After They Say Her Husband Is A Deadbeat Dad

RHOP: Candiace Dillard Calls Fan A 'Worthless Imbecile' After They Say Her Husband Is A Deadbeat Dad
Credit: Source: Bravo

Candiace Dillard has rubbed some fans of Real Housewives of Potomac the wrong way with her on-screen temper tantrums. It's not uncommon to find her poppin' off on fans online.

During a vicious argument between him and his wife, Chris Bassett revealed that Candiace called him a 's*** clone of his deadbeat father.' This hit so close to home for Chris because he has a son that he revealed he hasn't seen in ten years.

While on Twitter, the RHOP star took the time to clap back at a fan who slammed her for being spoiled.

'Lol. I love that Haters use “spoiled brat” as an insult. Yea, bish. I’m spoiled. I’m a daddy’s girl AND a mama’s girl and I’ve gotten everything I’ve ever wanted. My husband is obsessed with me and takes care of his wife. I’m BLESSED and you WISH. But thank you, sis.'

Another fan criticized her for bragging about being spoiled by her husband while he continues to be a 'deadbeat dad' to his son.

She didn't take this lightly.


'Please go to h**l and remember you’re watching tv while you’re down there. You literally sound like a lunatic.'

The follower apologized for being rude but received no mercy from the Bravolebrity.

'You think referring to a man you’ve NEVER met — whom u spent 5 minutes watching on television talking about his son — as dead beat isn’t “rude”? You’re right it’s pathetic. You’re the reason birth control exists. Worthless imbecile, FANS who didn’t get enough love as children.'

The restaurant owner later joined the argument by asking the commentator if they knew him or his children.


He hinted that viewers may get to see more about the dynamic in the upcoming season of RHOP after the follower also apologized to him.

'All good… Enjoy the upcoming season!'

What do you think about this online beef?


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