The war between The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Kyle Richards and Carlton Gebbia continues and at the center of this week's battle was Carlton's new tattoo. At Carlton's pool party, Kyle asked to sneak a peek at the new ink—a pentagram encircled by Carlton's children's names—and asked if it was a Jewish star.
Carlton was less then pleased. "Are you f---ing kidding me?" she asked, before going on to say "I think Kyle is calculated in what she says. I know the symbol of the Star of David, I know what that looks like. You cannot mistake the two. You can't…Bad girl. Your faith should be disappointed in you."
But it's Kyle who has tweeted a retort, claiming that she only asked because half the star was covered by Carlton's bikini and a microphone. "I certainly wouldn't [be] trying to insult Carlton by asking if it's a Jewish Star when I AM Jewish," she wrote.
Her, not you :)“@KyleRichards18: I certainly wouldn't being trying to insult Carlton by asking if it's a Jewish Star when I AM Jewish.
— Heather Dubrow (@HeatherDubrow) January 22, 2014
Kyle also defended herself on last night's episode, saying, "If anyone should be offended here, it should be me. If someone who's Jewish says, 'Oh, is that a Jewish star?' You don't turn around and say, 'Are you f***ing kidding me?' Um, hello. That's offensive."
What was more offensive? Kyle's question or Carlton's response? Sound off below.