According to The Black Socialites on Instagram, Candiace Dillard reached out to several top DMV (DC, Maryland & Virginia) area GoGo bands to perform with her but they all declined, “due to her negative tweets about felons.”
“She [Candiace] told Bravo that she was going to have a major DMV GoGo band perform with her.” The Black Socialites tell AllAboutTheTEA.com, “But the band pulled out, and Bravo started calling them and they still declined on principle.” They added, “No one in the DMV wants to be attached to her.”
As a result, Bravo pulled considerable support from covering the event and only sent, “one producer to Candiace’s performance with a handheld camera.” The Black Socialites shared with AllAboutTheTEA.com.
As seen in the video below, Candiace Dillard’s performance was mortifying to watch — she failed to stay on key and Bravo’s shady camera guy captured it all for your viewing pleasure.
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In mid November, Candiace Dillard accused Monique of preventing her from performing the national anthem at the Washington Fusion basketball game.
According to Candiace, she was “removed from the program,” because a woman she tagged in the post, who works for the Entertainment and Sports Arena, fulfilled “a personal vendetta over one’s own indiscretions” by listening to Monique and canceling Candiace’s performance.
However based on Candiace’s poor singing skills (seen in the video above) and alleged bad reputation in the DMV area — it’s understandable why she was fired from the national anthem gig.
On December 9, Candiace Dillard promoted her new single on Atlanta’s V-103’s Morning Show.
Host Frank Ski called out Candiace for initiating the fight by throwing a drink and glass in Monique Samuels’ face during the heated fight — which Monique responded by grabbing Candiace by the hair and slamming her face on a table.
In addition, host Frank Ski dropped a bombshell about domestic violence charges Candiace’s husband, Chris Bassett, is dealing with.
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The Real Housewives of Potomac Season 5 premieres in Spring 2020.