Bethenny Frankel attempted to clap back at Eboni K. Williams using a screenshot of a text exchange from three years ago.
In response to the attorney saying “f–k Bethenny Frankel” in an interview with Vanity Fair, the Skinnygirl mogul shared an Instagram direct message that showed Williams thanking Frankel.
“We met on a private flight from palm beach to nyc a couple of years ago,” Williams’ text from June 3, 2020, began.
“Just thanking you for consistently using your platform for tangible change.”
Frankel responded apologizing for getting back to her two years later and added, “Thanks. I’m sorry I’m so late.”
Above the screenshot, which was shared to her Instagram Story late Tuesday, Frankel added, “In response to @ebonikwilliams telling me to F**K off…”
Williams, 40, had been asked by the publication whether she’s interested in joining 52-year-old Frankel’s war on Bravo, which began over the summer when she enlisted attorneys to accuse the network of mistreating and abusing its talent, when she expressed her negative opinion about the reality star’s efforts.
“You think I’m going to let some white girl speak for me with my experience with a multibillion-dollar corporation?” she added.
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Frankel’s goal is to unionize reality TV stars and create “systemic change” at the network — but she since has clarified that she’s not suing her former employer despite hiring Bryan Freedman and Mark Geragos.
Even though numerous “RHONY” alumni, including Williams and Leah McSweeney, have issues with the network, they both admitted that a partnership is more beneficial.
“It is a promotional machine unlike anything you can even buy,” said Williams, who tried to develop her own show with Bravo after season 13 of “RHONY.”
“Money and clout,” added McSweeney.
Though the “money and clout” may be ending for one New York “Housewife,” as Ramona Singer has been cut from this weekend’s Bravocon after sending a Page Six reporter a text message with a partial racial slur.
Singer has yet to address the comment or the decision to be removed from the highly anticipated event.