Bravotv.com: Did you have fun at the cooking party?
Kameron Westcott: I had a wonderful time at the cooking party. Any time I get the chance to hang out with friends and to even get cooking lessons is the ultimate perfect night! We all laughed a lot, cooked, told fun stories, and had great cocktails! It was also really special to have my mother-in-law with me enjoying this fun cooking day!
KW: My mother-in-law’s intention was only out of love for D'Andra. While Dallas is a very big town, Highland Park is a small town and word travels fast. She had heard some recent concerning stories about D'Andra and was worried that it may come back to haunt her in Dallas. It was out of love and protection. My mother-in-law has been in Dallas for over 40 years and she is very aware of how the game works. She was not specifically saying to not hang out with Brandi, she was just trying to remind D'Andra that Dallas is a very judgy town and people talk, and Jimmy thought D’Andra should be aware. In certain social circles in Dallas, if you act in a trashy way you can get shunned, and Jimmy just wanted to make sure that D'Andra was aware of the potential consequences of her newfound wild streak. Jimmy was not judging D'Andra or telling her to not be whoever she wants to be; she was just reminding her of how women in Dallas work. Whether you like it or not, you are guilty by association and further, when you are out in public and you do something unbecoming, it will get flagged. It's kind of like always being on a reality show all the time.
Bravotv.com: What upset you so much about what D'Andra said about Jimmy?
KW: What made me so upset with D'Andra is that no good deed goes unpunished. My mother-in-law and I were only trying to help D'Andra, and she attacked the messengers. We were not the ones calling her out on her behavior. We were just trying to be good friends and make sure that her recent changes in her behavior was what she really wanted. If D'Andra wants to trash it up, good for her, I really don't care. I have too much going on in my life to babysit. Jimmy was trying to make sure that this is the path D'Andra really wants to walk and make sure that her recent behavior was not just symptoms of a much bigger issue. I am actually concerned that something may be going on with D'Andra that the group and I are not aware of. But I will definitely think twice before I give her feedback again, because when you are feeding someone information, no one likes getting their hand bit.