Larsa Pippen‘s overall look at Bethenny Frankel‘s star-studded supper was not section of any truth exhibit reckoning.
Throughout a discussion on the “Gabbing with Gib” podcast, which was introduced on Friday, Oct 27, Pippen, 49, clarified why she attended.
“I was invited by my iHeart individual, so I went mainly because I have a podcast with iHeart. [There were] a ton of people today with iHeart podcasts, which is why I went,” the True Housewives of Miami star, who shares a podcast with boyfriend Marcus Jordan, discussed. “I had a wonderful time, it was tremendous entertaining.”
Pippen was in attendance along with previous Bravo stars NeNe Leakes and Raquel Leviss as perfectly as actresses and personalities Jennie Garth, Tiffani Thessien, Melissa Rivers, Elisa Donovan, Tanya Rad and Cheryl Burke.
“A evening meal JUSTBcuz,” Frankel captioned the Instagram photograph. “Thanks for a wonderful evening ladies … I’m continue to cleaning up all the spilled tea.”
As social media buyers questioned why the random group of stars were being eating together, Pippen built it apparent that she wasn’t even acquainted with Frankel when she recognized the invitation.
“I experienced under no circumstances truly achieved Bethenny in human being, so that was my first time meeting with her,” she ongoing. “I know she’s obtained troubles with Bravo. I really do not personally have any problems with Bravo. We did not have a single conversation like that.”
Pippen claimed the group didn’t even talk about reality Tv, including, “The discussions I experienced had been with people who have podcasts. [There were] upbeat and optimistic discussions about our podcasts.”
Later in the episode, Pippen ongoing to praise Bravo.
“For me, I’ve had a wonderful experience with Bravo. I’ve had a great working experience with my output enterprise. If I was not delighted, I would not occur back,” she concluded. “And if I’d had issues, you know how my personality is, I would deal with them. I’m not somebody who shies away from my feelings.”
Pippen was an first Miami Housewife when the series premiered in 2011. She returned for the Peacock revival in 2021 — and period 6, which debuts on Wednesday, November 1, is moving from the streaming service to Bravo.
Frankel, for her portion, appeared on 8 seasons of The Real Housewives of New York City. Immediately after the WGA and SAG-AFTRA went on strike previously this summer time, Frankel utilised the opportunity to talk out about her possess challenges with the business.
“We’ve usually been the losers. During the last writers strike, we had been furnishing all the amusement and that’s definitely when the gold rush of fact Tv set started out,” Frankel explained in a July Instagram online video. “I have never ever created a one residual. So either I’m missing something or we’re finding screwed way too.”
Frankel ongoing to demand from customers modify with concepts this kind of as unionizing reality Television set — even if they aren’t properly been given.
“I can tell you with great certainty that everyone at Bravo probably despises me, which include Andy Cohen, due to the fact it’s pretty particular and since they have to defend the realm,” Frankel shared on an August episode of Rob Lowe’s “Literally!” podcast. “It’s a really challenging detail I walked myself into while also burning bridges and seeming like I’m biting the hand that fed me, but I fed myself. There are a great deal of individuals who did not get fed.”
Bravo has not publicly dealt with Frankel’s reviews about her time at the network. Frankel also noted that she has not read from Cohen, 55, because her preliminary strike opinions.
“Some people say to me, ‘Oh, wow, is Andy mad you’re executing this? Have you spoken to him?’ And I say, I have not, but I’m guaranteed he is,” she reported during an August episode of her “Just B” podcast. “And this is not a target on Andy. This is not a focus on on Bravo. This is about a systemic issue in the entertainment sector.”