Lisa Vanderpump: Brandi Glanville Using the C-Word Is “Unacceptable”
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Lisa Vanderpump: Brandi Glanville Using the C-Word Is “Unacceptable”

Lisa Vanderpump and her dance moves were at the center of a lot of drama on last night's episode of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and she says that she doesn't appreciate how Kyle Richards and Brandi Glanville treated her.

Lisa writes in her Bravo blog that she could tell at Carlton Gebbia's party that people had been talking about her. "I arrive and immediately sensed something amiss," Lisa writes about the fainting controversy. "The only hope I voice is that Brandi, to whom I have been incredibly supportive, would stand in my corner. But when I view the footage, I realize that was not so."

Lisa also says she doesn't approve of Brandi's profane description of Carlton. "At the lunch, Brandi calls Carlton a nice ct," Lisa continues. "Sorry, unacceptable! We might be friends, but that stank of her feeling the necessity to be controversial, which is getting a little old."

"She then brought up the subject of Mauricio in the tabloid," Lisa writes about Brandi. "You already know my feelings about that, and I quickly said that it was nonsense [and] dismiss it as it is not worth the paper it is written on. I have had similar stories written in the same magazine about me and Ken, and I have given it the credence it deserved zero. So I urged Kyle to do the same."

"Now, I am not standing here defending Kyle because of what an incredibly supportive friend she has been to me, no, I am defending the principle," she adds. "I believe them to have a strong, loyal marriage, and to let a tabloid define and depict what you have worked so hard for is utterly ridiculous. She should ignore it and focus on the things that are of more importance."

We understand what Lisa is saying, but we're more inclined to agree with Yolanda Foster, who pointed out during the episode that Brandi using foul language is just who she is. We doubt Brandi is going to change that anytime soon.

Source: Lisa's Bravo blog