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BravoTV.com: Watching it now, what did you think when Charrisse asked if Candiace’s mom bought her wedding ring? Was it a shady bitch moment or a fair question?
Gizelle Bryant: I guess everyone’s drinking sensitive juice. Charrisse asking Candiace if her mother paid for her ring was a light hearted joke, but it was based in truth.
Let's keep it real: Candiace has spoken several times about the fact that her fiancé has NO money, and she (I mean her mother) has all the money in the world. Like her mother has a money tree in her back yard. So, did Charrisse really think her mother paid for the ring? NO! But Candiace's mother's money is all this girl EVER talks about.
BravoTV.com: Tell us about Sherman not communicating.
GB: As a woman, if you’re going out of town for a couple days, you always want to feel like your boo is going to miss you. I just feel like all men need to take a communication class.
BravoTV.com: Tell us about that bus ride to the resort. Was your trailer park question meant to be shade?
GB: Since when is a simple question about a subject that’s already on the table shady? I was genuinely just trying to get to know Ashley's history a little better. I was honestly just curious. No shade, no partial cloudiness — just sunshine with the breeze blowing. Next time people start telling me about their background, I’ll just say thanks but no thanks!
BravoTV.com: What are your thoughts about that clash between Charrisse and Candiace?
GB: I said it then and I’ll say it now: Candiace owed Charrisse and apology. Again, I don't know you meet a group of women who you don't know, start calling people names, and then expect everyone to like you and want you to be around. Middle school, high school, nor adulthood works that way.
BravoTV.com: Tell us about your own tiff with Candiace at lunch. What do you think of Candiace saying you’re a hater?
GB: Look, I was on a bus for 4 hours up the hills of Pennsylvania to the resort. I'm tired and hungry, and in a normal world, there would be no talking — just eating. Since all I heard was way too much talking (I mean screaming) from a person that I don't know or care about, I’d just HAD IT. Enough! Just be happy that you’re with the group, be perky, and let us get to know you in silence.