The ladies of Blood Sweat and Heels exploded onto the Bravo scene last night as these six power women showed the world what it takes to make it in NYC. But that’s not all they did. The ladies took to Twitter to sound off on the premiere episode and the brunch battle that kicked off what is sure to be one dramatic Season.
The chinchilla owning firecracker Mica Hughes tweeted about seeing her crazy antics on the premiere:
@RasheedJ Lol!! Weird and so interesting to watch myself walking through a time in life. Kept saying omg.. and cracking up! Lol
— Mica Hughes (@MicaxoMica) January 6, 2014
You weren’t the only one cracking up, believe us. That Brazilian reenactment. We can’t.
— Melyssa Ford (@MissMelyssaFord) January 6, 2014
Something tells us it might have been the conversation rather than the wind that had this real estate agent pulling faces.
But Miss Ford wasn’t the only one to tweet on the rooftop clash. It seems Brie Bythewood is rethinking her comments about women not being able to lead as well as men. She tweeted out this sentiment:
Let's get it straight... YES, women CAN and DO lead. Always have, always will.
— Brie Bythewood (@BrieBythewood) January 6, 2014
Maybe she read that blog that Demetria Lucas send out to the interweb and had a change of heart?
Speaking of Demetria, it’s no secret that her blogs upset quite a few of her fellow NYC divas. The blogger revealed her feelings on the matter with this tweet:
Ladies are calling a conversation "private" when it was had with microphines on, holding a mic, and six cameras trained on us? Um, ok #bsh
— Demetria Lucas (@abelleinbk) January 6, 2014
Ouch. Unlike Brie, we guess she’s not changing her mind on this issue.
But just because the writer stands by her work, it doesn’t mean it didn’t cause some major rifts with one of her city sisters. Geneva S. Thomas wrote:
Let me say this. @abelleinbk & I had to work through real differences. But the resolution you will see is honest & very grown.
— Geneva S. Thomas (@GenevaSThomas) January 6, 2014
Oh, we can’t wait to see how this plays out -- 'very grown' or not. We have the feeling this is just the beginning.
Tell us in the comments: Did Demetria cross a line writing her blogs about the conversation at brunch?