Karen Huger Calls Out Gizelle & Robyn For Laughing During Monique & Candiace’s Fight!

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Karen Huger called out her “gleeful” Real Housewives of Potomac co-stars, Gizelle Bryant and Robyn Dixon on Instagram earlier this week, sharing a preview of the smackdown between Candiace Dillard and Monique Samuels.

Viewers witnessed a discussion between the duo get  physical at the conclusion of Sunday’s episode. 

Karen Huger shared a clip of the disturbing scene, and took note of Gizelle and Robyn’s countenance during the chaos. 

“My heart sank at this; but I spy some “gleeful” green eyes ? #theanoitedone and her #wingman…. #rhop,” Karen Huger  captioned the post. 

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Robyn clapped back at Karen Huger’s analysis in the comment section. 

“Really Karen?!? You watch your friends getting into it and all you can do is worry about us. That’s wack as hell,” Robyn said. 

“Not worried, just stating a fact,” Karen shot back, in a since deleted series of comments.

Fans know that Candiace and Monique’s verbal spat turned physical during a cast outing, and that the show has been promoting the clash all season. 

Karen Huger weighed in on the upcoming drama during a July interview with E!. 

“That altercation was a powerful moment, it had repercussions on all of the ladies,” Karen told the outlet. “But what I believe about us and I think the viewers will agree is that we’re able to work through it because we have authentic friendships and relationships that are strong enough, I believe, to carry us through.”

The self-proclaimed Grande Dame of Potomac has not taken sides in the cast dispute. 

“Well I’m the matriarch of RHOP, I don’t have to take sides, I have to be fair,” Karen added. “I have to be objective and I have to be truthful. And oftentimes telling your friends the truth about their behavior is not easy and it’s challenging. Again, I’ll say stay tuned. Two wrongs don’t make a right and I stand by that.”

Gizelle Bryant also spoke out about the cast brawl. 

“So, the kind of the beauty of what happened — if there’s something beautiful about it — is it allowed us to have deep conversations and true conversations about how we feel we’re portraying ourselves to the world and what we’re OK with and what we’re not OK with,” Gizelle told ET. 

The Real Housewives of Potomac airs Sunday nights at 9 pm, ET, on Bravo.


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