Hours after Singer contacted a reporter at Page Six with part of a racist insult, the network removed Singer from the lineup, the publication said on October 31.
Singer was scheduled to attend, but a source informs Page Six that she will not be making an appearance because of the Vanity Fair exposé, which claimed she used the N-word when speaking with a Black crew member during Season 13.
"And I used the word 'NWord.'" In reaction to the VF article, Singer texted a writer from Page Six on Tuesday, saying, "Not n-g.
"RHONY" star Eboni K. Williams recalls a training session where Singer stated that "most" Black people don't have fathers, according to a Vanity Fair story.
Singer responded to the publication by saying, "'Open dialogue' was part of the training." In keeping with that, I posed a query on a study I had seen that said children of single parents had a statistically lower chance of success than those of two parents.
Additionally, the singer is alleged to have said that Black people shouldn't be on "RHONY," a claim she has refuted.