Kyle Richards is playing victim after taunting Lisa Vanderpump’s husband Ken Todd, with “Goodbye Kyle!” on social media.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star made jaws drop last week with an orchestrated social media attack that involved several of her co-stars and celebrity friends.
In a series of videos, Kyle Richards, 50, mocked Ken Todd by shouting “Goodbye Kyle” while loitering outside of Lisa Vanderpump’s restaurant, SUR, on Thursday night. Kyle then joked with friends that she was going to “order a Goodbye Kyle on the rocks.” Kyle’s video was followed by more jabs from Erika Girardi, Lisa Rinna, Harry Hamlin, Dorit Kemsley and Kardashian mother, Kris Jenner.
24 hours later and Kyle is still carrying on like a bratty mean girl. Do these other women realize how dumb this makes them look? Kyle says jump and they say how high? Weak, followers. Judging from social media Kyle is running these women! #RHOBH #RHOBHMeanGirls 🤢 pic.twitter.com/miA3tQDjjA
— BravoPsychology (@PsychologyBravo) April 6, 2019
On Sunday, the reality starlet took to Instagram Story to issue clarification for her actions in a series of screenshots after Real Housewives of Beverly Hills fans dragged the Housewife for the unprovoked attack. Read below.
As fans know, Kyle and Lisa had an explosive showdown during last Tuesday’s episode of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills after Kyle accused Lisa of planting a damaging story in the press about Dorit Kemsley. Lisa’s husband, Ken Todd, screamed “Goodbye Kyle” before kicking Kyle out of Villa Rosa.
Kyle Richards‘ victim act isn’t cutting it with Real Housewives of Beverly Hills fans — especially after the reality star claimed to have suffered anxiety after her fight with Lisa Vanderpump and Todd Ken then turned around and trolled Ken on social media.
Fans sounded off on Twitter, as Kyle’s reality unfolded.
— Reality TV Bliss (@RealityTVBliss) April 8, 2019
Hey @Andy when you started the housewives franchise did you think grown women would be posting bullying vidéos outside other wives businesses?I doubt it,it’s not good television, it’s not fun anymore!It’s bullying&If it keeps up,I’ll stop watching #RHOBH & the rest #GoodByeKyle
— Marie Wheatley (@MarieWheatley1) April 7, 2019
This is NOT a #GoodbyeKyle challenge as Kyle requests her friends to imitate Ken's voice when doing it. That's called mocking. It's like she wants to earn the name Vile. Not a good look. It's just so damn childish IMO espicially cause it's 6 months later. #RHOBH
— Leon Brown (@leonwarrenbrown) April 8, 2019
— BravoPsychology (@PsychologyBravo) April 5, 2019
Really @KrisJenner ?I thought you were about women empowerment and positivity.I was disappointed to see the IG with #GoodbyeKyle .I really like you too. Disgusting.Shame on you. Not funny. It’s cyber bullying @LisaVanderpump #rhobh @KyleRichards @khloekardashian @kourtneykardash
— Natasha (@iamnatashaMD) April 7, 2019
Bottom line: If Kyle's friendship w/ @LisaVanderpump meant what she says it meant, there's no time limit where making a joke out of it becomes acceptable. The #GoodbyeKyle game had 1 goal! To rub in the exclusion of LVP from the group, and that hate was initiated by Kyle! #rhobh
— Ellen (@ellenrja) April 8, 2019
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The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Tuesdays, 9 p.m. on Bravo.