During The Real Housewives of New York City Season 12 trip to Ramona Singer's home in the Hamptons, she made it clear she had certain expectations of her guests: namely, to set the table, clean it up, and clean up after their party ended. Unfortunately, the ladies fell short of Ramona's high expectations and one person seemed to bear the brunt of Ramona's digs: newcomer Leah McSweeney. She was there when Ramona demanded she clean up after the ladies' lunch, and was chastised for not setting silverware at the table (when it turned out she actually had).
So when Leah appeared on Watch What Happens Live @ Home, Andy Cohen read a question from a fan asking if she thought Ramona was hazing her by forcing her to set the table and clean up. Leah responded, "Possibly. That was a possible hazing moment, but also, I feel like she would do that to almost any one of us, not her other friends, obviously. The other friends she's not even chewing gum in front of."
That is, of course, a reference to Ramona calling Leah out for chewing gum at her friend Joe Farrell's posh Hamptons party. But hopefully Leah cleaning up the entire kitchen after Ramona returned home from an evening out with her "other friends" will mitigate any future hazing incidents!
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