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“Real Housewives of Potomac” viewers recently saw Dr. Wendy Osefo flip out on Gizelle Bryant for spreading rumors that her husband, Eddie Osefo, had cheated on her.
However, according to Gizelle, Dr. Wendy could not have been that surprised about it all because she says she approached her off-camera first.
“I’m gonna give you a little tea, before the season even started, she and I talked about it on the phone,” Gizelle said during a recent episode of “We Should Talk with Gibson Johns.”
“We talked about all the social media stuff. It was a very rushed conversation, and we had to get off the phone, and in my mind I was like, ‘I’m gonna readdress this with her.’ But, like, not the reaction she had in Williamsburg — at all! Very, very, very strange and different,” says Gizelle.
She added, “Because I had talked to her about these things before, and she wasn’t upset about any of it! Right? So to talk about it on camera, clearly, is not gonna upset you. Her reaction, for me, was bonkers. Why would [your reaction] be the difference if you weren’t upset about it off-camera?”
That may have explained why Gizelle looked so puzzled when Dr. Wendy called her out in front of the other women.
She says that as the season goes on, things do improve between them.
When Gizelle does raise issues in her costar’s marriages, they are always quick to bring up her relationship with her ex-husband, Pastor Jamal Bryant. Gizelle reconnected with the pastor last season, but they split amid allegations he had cheated on Gizelle a second time around.
“Most of the time when people are angry and they’re screaming and they’re yelling and they’re going crazy on me, it’s typically they’re mad because of their issues.” she asserts. “They’re taking it out on me and I know that.”
“Jamal is an easy target,” she continued. “People can say whatever they want about Jamal. I don’t care at all. It won’t even faze me in any way, because I know my relationship with this guy. He’s been in my life way before I met any of these people and he will always be in my life. That doesn’t even bother me. It’s kinda like, ‘Guys, come up with something else, because that’s too easy of a target.'”