Bravo cuts RHONY star after using the N-Word

Bravo cuts RHONY star after using the N-Word
Due to her N-word incident, former "Real Housewives of New York City" star Ramona Singer was removed from BravoCon.

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.

Bravo revealed in August that 160 Bravolebrities will be present at BravoCon, which will be held at Caesars Forum in Las Vegas from Friday, November 3 through Sunday, November 5. According to a press release, a number of Bravo's most well-known figures will take part in a number of show and mash-up panels, fan picture opportunities, meet and greets, activations, and host booths at the Bravo Bazaar shopping experience and much more.

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.
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