Candiace Dillard’s mom Dorothy shares update with Chris Bassett, applauds RHOP fan calling her out


During the meeting, Candiace opened up about how the comments affected her and her husband. The situation is now difficult because he does not feel that he belongs to his own family.

On Twitter this week, Dorothy gave the update on where she is with Chris. The tweet was short and direct: “Chris and I are fine. Thank you. “He then went on to say,” He’s looking for a job. “

After the post, Twitter user @RitaRita_I_am commented, “This is why Candiace is the way she is and why is this woman still embarrassing her son? I can’t convince myself she isn’t a little jealous of her daughter and uses the money to “keep it under control”. “

Dorothy then clapped and said, “Hey Rita, did your mother drop you on your head? Is that why you are the way you are? Because you are attacking someone’s mother.”

The whole split with Dorothy stemmed from a music video that aired earlier in the season. Behind the scenes, when Candiace’s co-stars were talking to Dorothy, the mother released her true thoughts about Chris (including her claim that Chris was a “husband”).

When host Andy Cohen when asked about the rude comments made behind his back, Candiace initially did not respond. Instead, he asked Andy for a handkerchief. Eventually he revealed that he cursed Dorothy.

Candiace also said her family would never be the same again due to the dispute. This caused a surprise reaction from Wendy Osefo, who did not realize the full extent of the drama.

During the reunion, Andy had a lot to say about Candiace’s behavior on the show. At one point, Candiace gave it back to him and asked him if he thought it was his fault if it was … attacked last year. Andy replied, “Well, you are the common denominator.” Other cast members also intervened, stating that Candiace needed to own her words.

Candiace, however, claimed that he never started arguing. He only responded to the negative words of others.


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