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Brandi Glanville Makes Kyle Richards Cry with ‘The Meanest Thing You Could Say!’ on RHOBH Reunion



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Brandi Glanville caused Kyle Richards to break down in tears during the second part of ‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ reunion special, which airs next Monday on Bravo, having made a heartless comment about Kim Richards’  alcoholism.

The reunion had plenty of explosive moments, but none more so than when Brandi accused Kyle of “always doubting Kim’s sobriety, and I almost feel like it would make her happy if she failed.”

As the other Housewives flew to her defense, Kyle, who clearly was upset by the remark, snapped,

“Hold on, I’m going to speak here. “You know NOTHING about my history of what I’ve gone through with my sister, or anything about us. I’ve spent every (bleep) night of my life… every single night saying a prayer to God to keep my sister sober. First to get her sober, and now to keep her sober. That is the MEANEST thing you could say.”

By the end of the emotional speech, she was openly crying.

Brandi defended herself, saying she hadn’t meant to say anything mean.

“Well it is!” snapped back Kyle.

Unbowed, Brandi says she when she watches the reality TV show back, it seems to her that everyone but Kyle is trying to support her sister Kim’s attempts at sobriety.

Kyle was adamant, though: “No one is rooting for my sister more than me.” Kyle said.

This is not the first time Brandi and Kyle have found themselves going at with each other over various topics. As we previously reported, Kyle recently called Brandi “disgusting” for calling her fellow Real Housewives the “c-word.”

Part two of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion special airs next Monday, April 1 at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.

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