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Real Housewives of Miami

Real Housewives of Miami: Lisa Hochstein Calls Joanna Krupa “Childish”!

Real Housewives of Miami’s Joanna Krupa gave Lisa Hochstein an ultimatum during Monday night’s episode, insisting that her co-star pick between being in her wedding or Adriana De Moura's.

On September 24, Joanna called Lisa out on her blog, questioning her “loyalty as a friend” and rehashing a number of very harsh things that Lisa has said about her. But Lisa won’t take it lying down. She has her own blog, and she’s fighting back!

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“Joanna and Adriana's issues have nothing to do with me. For her to give me an ultimatum of whose wedding to be in is childish,” Lisa writes.

It doesn’t end there. Lisa writes that she never engages in conversations behind Joanna and Adriana’s backs, and she insists that she’s not — as Joanna put it — a double agent. “I'm a grown woman and no one's going to tell me who to be friends with, let alone whose wedding to be in puh-leasse! I think she has me confused with her sister. Also didn't Joanna and Adriana agree to move forward? In Bimini and in the first episode? When does it end?”

Lisa’s also not happy about Joanna’s “outright insult” towards all the Miami ladies during her birthday dinner interview. “She said that her friends in LA are very hardworking and accomplished as opposed to her friends in Miami. I did take offense to that,” she says.

“The reason being that Joanna said, ‘Lisa needs to go get a job and go have a baby,’ a few times in the press and in her previous interviews. Now this. It’s getting really old and making her sound bitter, because she constantly repeats it. In this case it clearly is an insult/dig towards me. Very passive aggressive.”

At the end of the day, it comes down to the fact that Lisa refuses to let Joanna push her around. “If Joanna does not want me to be in her wedding, I simply don't need to be and I could be perfectly happy with just attending as a guest. Whatever her choice I’ll support it, but I won’t be given ultimatums. Period.”

Source: Lisa Hochstein’s Bravo Blog

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