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These Tweets Prove Siggy Flicker and Margaret Josephs' Drama Is Definitely Not Over
The Real Housewives of New Jersey ladies each explained their side of the beef.
It seemed as though whatever tension transpired between Siggy Flicker and Margaret Josephs earlier this season on The Real Housewives of New Jersey could be fixed with one good meal at the local diner. And it did seem as though Siggy and Margaret hashed things out over cheese fries and an omelette — until they reunited at the Gorgas' restaurant tasting in Wednesday night's episode of RHONJ, that is (clip above).
And the short lifespan of their so-called "diner truce" was something Margaret took note of as she live tweeted the episode. She also called Siggy out for not seeming to be able to move past their drama.
Margaret clapped back at Siggy, saying that she felt like the RHONJ rookie stabbed her in the back. "Oh boy... I don’t stab people in the back, Siggy, I tell it to their face. (Or write it in my #blog)," Margaret tweeted. "Also, I don’t use weapons — I use #truth."
Margaret was also not pleased to see Siggy stick her tongue out and playfully shimmy behind her as she exited the Gorgas' event.
Siggy explained her behavior during the dinner on Twitter. "When I'm constantly getting jabs thrown at me I'm not going to sit back and take it," she said.
She also addressed Margaret's comments that she has breast implants. "For those of you who are watching the previews, let me set the record straight. I don’t have implants. My boobs are 100 percent Israeli! After my FULL hysterectomy which means I had to have my ovaries & uterus removed due to a scare with cancer, I decided to remove my breast implants. I have nothing against implants. I had them for many years & loved them but at this stage of my life, I am dealing with hormone issues which is not a joke to millions of women in this world," Siggy posted on Instagram prior to the episode airing. "SOME find it funny & maybe YOU do too, but just remember that you are someone’s child & that all women will eventually experience menopause. Not all women will experience symptoms the same way but unfortunately for me, it was not by choice & my body experienced major changes immediately due to surgery. I will survive this & trust me....No mean girl is going to break my spirit! Stay tuned....."
Siggy explains why she's not over her drama with Margaret, below.