Yolanda Foster & Mohamed Hadid Defend Children’s Lyme Disease Diagnosis
It’s been a hot-button issue on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills this season — in addition to some of the cast questioning the 51-year-old’s illness, too — and now the protective parents are on the defense.
During the January 26 episode of the Bravo series, Lisa Vanderpump alleged that Mohamed had told her Bella and Anwar didn’t have Lyme disease, which is why the mom and dad are now speaking out.
First up was Yolanda, who shared a heartbreaking photo on Instagram of Bella getting treatment, writing: “I will not allow them to live a life of pain and suffering.”
2015-Watching my brave babies suffer in silence in order to support me in my journey has struck the deepest core of hopelessness inside of me, it is because of them that I continue to fight relentlessly....... I will not allow them to live a life of pain and suffering. I will prevail and walk to the end of the earth to find a cure for them and millions of others debilitated by this invisible disease!!!! We all deserve to live a healthy life, don't you think? #LymeDiseaseAwareness #FightingTheInvisible #RealLifeProblems #SoulPower #WeMustFindACureAffordableForAll #RHOBH @bravotv @bravoandy @evolutionusa Link to MY BLOG on tonight's episode is in my bio-please check it out
Then, during Watch What Happens Live, Andy Cohen read a statement from the businessman which clarified what he had supposedly said to the Vanderpump Rules star.
"I can only imagine that my response to a question asking how my kids are doing with 'fine' was misconstrued,” the statement read, with Mohamed discussing how he has “too much respect” to discuss anymore in public. “I will not speak further on something that should now be put to rest.”
We suspect this won’t be the last we hear about Yolanda, Bella, and Anwar’s Lyme disease this season.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.