‘RHOP’: Candiace Dillard Bassett Worried the Attack at the Winery Would Have Been Worse if It Happened off Camera

Candiace Dillard Bassett from Potomac real housewives thankful that her fight with Monique Samuels has taken place in public and with others in attendance.

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She recently raised concerns about what could have happened if the fighting had gone off-camera or during a trip to Portugal, worrying that the attack could have been much longer. worse.

“The first time I saw him, I was thin,” Bassett said Behind Velvet rope with David Yontef podcast. “But then, of course, I watched it so often and I felt every emotion, it surprised me. I was embarrassed. She was angry and she was breaking. Bassett also felt betrayed. “Because this is someone who was really on my friend’s mind.”

Candiace Dillard Bassett thinks the fight could have been worse

Bassett said she received a flood of comments on social media from critics as she responded. “Like, do you want me to do nothing? As it is, you know, like a ball up and crying and she let me beat up, ”she asked. “And I mean, it’s easy for people to say something when you physically throw our hands on you. I mean, I don’t know what you should do. ”

She then wondered how serious the attack would be if no one was present. Bassett wished the attack would never happen. But she was at least grateful that it happened in public.

“The bottom line is that you have someone who is as invisible as she is, who uses any excuse and, you know, a version of a true story in the book to prove her behavior,” she said.

“Her story has changed 15,000 times and with a straight face without remorse,” said Bassett.

Part two of Potomac real housewives There is a season 5 reunion on Sunday at 9 / 8c on Bravo.

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