Andy Cohen opened up about the ongoing reaction on Leah McSweeneyposition between Real Housewives of New York City aired during an episode of his SiriusXM radio show earlier this month.
As the audience on the show’s season 13 continues to disappoint, Andy shared his thoughts on fan reactions to Leah’s behavior in recent episodes as Leah applauded the ever-changing fans who once called for the cast to become more diverse. .
“People are really with her this season and they’re saying that she … I mean, I don’t … people online, at least, are turning on her in a way that I haven’t seen from season to season. following”. Andy admitted as a guest Michael Rapaport on the July 12 episode Andy Cohen Live.
Andy apparently agreed with Michael’s suggestion that Leah was simply not “built to be a stay at home mom.”
Meanwhile, on Instagram, along with a series of photos from a previous episode of RHONYLeah criticized certain fans for complaining about the show’s many conversations about race.
“I see all the Bravo fan accounts that were criticizing Bravo for not having a [RHONY] cast but now angry that the race is being discussed. Difficult conversations are taking place and none of us are doing it perfectly. That includes ALL of us. But we are doing it, ”he wrote.
What RHONY fans may know, the show’s first black cast member, Eboni K. Williams, addressed complaints of being “too preachy” during an appearance on See what happens live weeks ago.
“I’m getting a lot,” Eboni admitted of the “preaching” accusations.
According to Eboni, she is both “preacher” and “teacher” and “[wears] that as a badge of honor. “
“The other thing is, I really just wanted to get into this by making the most authentic connections with women and being open and honest about where I am and what it’s about. And if there is a pending question about the alignment of values, I must get to the bottom of that, ”he added.
The Real Housewives of New York City Season 13 airs Tuesdays at 9 / 8c on Bravo.