Candiace Dillard and Monique Samuels’ fallout became the center of attention in the latest season of ‘Real Housewives of Potomac.’ Even with the show coming to an end, their drama seems to continue.
Candiace and Monique’s relationship has been filled with ups and downs. The two hit it off well when they first met each other. However, their relationship soon started crumbling down. It became pretty clear things were going to not end well for them. With the RHOP’s new season coming to an end, their drama seems to continue.
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Candiace and Monique drama explored:
Candiace broke her silence on the drama involving Monique on the ‘Behind The Velvet Rope‘ podcast. Speaking about the lawsuit she said, “I never wanted her money, it was very clear that I wanted her to go to jail, and people crucified me for that [like] ‘how dare you to want a black woman to go to jail and be away from her children?’ What is this gaslighting is going on? Like, was she thinking about her children and her family when she was physically attacking me?”
She further hinted Monique manages to spread lies as she said, “I’ve had to back away and tune it out — it makes you go crazy that you start to question what you know to be truth because you’ve got so many people who are misinformed and who want to blindly follow this sociopath.”
Candiace made it clear she won’t return to the show if Monique comes back. “I will not film with her, I will not work with her — I, for my mental health, cannot be around someone who is doing a music video to promote the song bragging about fighting me. And there’s nothing that I need or want to say to her. This is still a job at the end of the day. I’m not working with her and that’s not an ultimatum. That’s nothing but my truth. I am not comfortable in that space.”
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Candiace on Porsha Williams:
Candiace says Porsha has “proven [to be] someone we don’t expect much from in the frame of common sense, I don’t expect her to question what she’s being told by a clear liar.” “Common sense would tell you to vet certain things and not be so vehemently loud and wrong — that’s the bed she’s chosen to lay in and that’s what they do in Stupidville.”
She also spoke about Porsha’s participation in the BLM moment as she said, “You would think she’d have more empathy and judiciousness in the way she speaks, and she just doesn’t — you look and sound stupid.”