Hopping On The ‘Reality Reckoning’ Train Is A Big Nope For Real Housewife Eboni K. Williams

Hopping On The ‘Reality Reckoning’ Train Is A Big Nope For Real Housewife Eboni K. Williams

Eboni K. Williams has absolutely no interest in joining Bethenny Frankel's "Reality Reckoning" case against Bravo.

Eboni K. Williams might’ve had an untimely end to her short-lived tenure on The Real Housewives of New York City, but she has absolutely no interest in joining Bethenny Frankel’s “Reality Reckoning” case against Bravo network as reported by Anna Peele in a Vanity Fair feature.

When asked to respond to Frankel’s actions, Williams didn’t hold back.

“F–k Bethenny Frankel,” Williams told Peele. “You think I’m going to let some white girl speak for me with my experience with a multibillion-dollar corporation?”

Frankel, with lawyers Bryan Freedman and Mark Garagos, has accused Bravo and NBCUniversal of “making deliberate attempts” to “manufacture mental instability” with their reality stars by feeding their talent “alcohol while depriving them of food and sleep, as well as denying mental health treatment” for those in need, Page Six reports.

The “RHONY” OG has no plans of suing the network. But hopes to unionize reality stars to create “systemic change” in the network. However, Williams had her own experience while on “RHONY” after becoming the franchise’s first Black housewife in Season 13 which aired in 2020.

More details have emerged into the alleged behind-the-scenes racism from fellow “RHONY” OG Ramona Singer that prompted an internal investigation that came back “inconclusive.” While the investigation didn’t exactly prove whether or not Singer was racist, she was accused by multiple sources of making racially insensitive remarks and even using the N-word.

The conflict played a huge part in “RHONY” receiving no Season 13 reunion (the first and only time that ever happened in Real Housewives history) and eventually being put on pause ahead of a full reboot with a new and more diverse cast.

With Williams being an attorney herself, she doesn’t want Frankel’s help and would rather handle matters herself. Despite her issues with Bravo and NBCUniversal, Williams reportedly pitched a new show following her departure from “RHONY,” to no avail.

“It is a promotional machine unlike anything you can even buy,” Williams said of her attempt to develop her own show with the network.

Singer has since been cut from appearing at BravoCon in Las Vegas but is still expected to appear in the upcoming season of The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip.

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