After the tragic loss of Lois Rinna, last year, Lisa Rinna has issued an explanation for her recent shenanigans on Instagram, attributing them to sadness.
A week after feuding with Garcelle Beauvais, Lisa Rinna turned her ire against the rest of “The Real Housewives of Dubai” on Monday, when she tweeted a quote that said, “Grief never stops… However, this is not constant. It’s not a hotel; it’s just a tunnel. Being sad does not indicate a lack of strength or belief. That’s the cost of true love.
Lisa said in the caption, “I believe you’ve seen how hard this has impacted me. I’ve had a very terrible time of it.” I apologise if I have been angry with or with any of you; please understand that this is not personal.
Lisa Rinna Explained Her Grief In Words
The 58-year-old model continued, saying that she “never dreamed” she would experience “so much more” than “sadness and agony” as a result of her loss.
I never imagined that this would be how I feel, yet here I am, and it is really difficult. Since my mom’s passing, I’ve truly needed the patience and support of my friends and family,” Rinna stated.
She summed up by saying, she knows it’s not easy to feel fuzzies for her right now, but she’ll get over this and come out the other side better and stronger.
Lisa had reported in November that her mom had passed just a week after having a stroke. In the current season, viewers have seen how the “Housewife” has been coping with the loss of her mother.
Although the majority of responses to Lisa’s post were sympathetic and encouraging, several Bravo viewers were quick to call BS.
Having a bad attitude because you’re sad isn’t acceptable. This is coming from someone who didn’t meet their father until they were 10,” one Bravo viewer said.
Lisa Rinna joined the conflict by posting the following on her Instagram Story: “We fight on our program if we argue with Beauvais we are all of a sudden labeled a racist. Ignorant nonsense. To put it bluntly, I cannot agree with you. I don’t care what any of you hoes think; I’ll say what’s on my mind, when I feel like it.