Kelly Dodd’s stepdaughter beats her up for claiming she’s black as a result of followers need RHOC to be canceled
Kelly Dodd started out as a fan favorite with Real Housewives of Orange County and easily became the least likable housewife of a franchise. The irony is – it’s not her behavior in front of the camera that leads Bravo fans to give her the boot.
It’s actually the things she does outside of the camera. Usually, the network doesn’t have to worry about a homemaker being a problem as it will increase ratings.
RELATED: Future and Lori Harvey may have reconnected after Diddy hung out with another lady – here are the photos to prove it
This time it had the opposite effect. Bravo fans announced that they would be boycotting the season at the start, causing a significant drop in ratings.
At the end of the season, the fan community saw they had made the right decision after Kelly described COVID as “God’s way of diluting the flock” and wearing a “Drunk Wives Matter” shirt after doing the Black Lives Matter movement had struck, and then at the reunion, Record yelled that she was black.
To make things worse, she tried to dox a huge Bravo fan account and eventually doxed an innocent person.
RELATED: Police Believe Ex-Playboy Playmate Stephanie Adams Suicide Case Could Have Been a “Murder-Suicide”
Kelly wasn’t the only person who came under fire. Braunwyn Burke was accused of asking a castmate’s daughter if she wanted drugs.
It was more clear than ever that RHOC was a dying franchise, but the Reunion episode put the final nail in the coffin.
After an influencer tweeted that it was time to cancel the show, Andy Cohen suggested restarting it.
Meanwhile, Dodd’s stepdaughter used social media to beat up her new stepmother.
“I don’t think it’s okay for people who say they’ve experienced racism and prejudice to turn around and inflict the same bigotry on other people. I don’t think you can experience the privileges of white and then turn around and deny that those privileges exist. I don’t think you can take ownership of any culture or nationality and then deny those people privileges, either from a political perspective or by simply submitting them in some other way. And I don’t think you can use your multiculturalism as a shield for people who say you are prejudiced. ‘
Hopefully Andy can find a new cast who can deliver.