Real Housewives Of New York City: Luann de Lesseps And Eboni K. Williams Have Racial Feud

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Luann de Lesseps and Eboni K. Williams had a racial slur during Tuesday’s episode of The Real Housewives Of New York City.

The heated exchange culminated with Luann, 56, telling newcomer Eboni, 37, to leave her home on the Sag Harbor waterfront.

Tempers flared during the season 13 episode entitled How Nude as Ramona Singer, 64, and Leah McSweeney, 38, continued to bicker about talking openly about sex with their friends.

Heated feud: Luann de Lesseps and Eboni K. Williams had a racially charged feud during Tuesday’s episode of The Real Housewives Of New York City

Eboni was shocked after Leah fled in frustration and intervened in her defense, telling the women she had insight because, “I’m the most educated person in this group.”

Luann immediately questioned her statement and asked, “Does your degree make you more educated?”

“It makes me more technically skilled,” Eboni responded.

“Well, that’s probably the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard anyone say from someone so highly educated,” Luann told her, adding that for an “uneducated person,” she felt like she was pretty straightforward.

Show newcomer: The heated exchange culminated with Luann, 56, telling newcomer Eboni, 37, to leave her waterfront home in Sag Harbor

Show newcomer: The heated exchange culminated with Luann, 56, telling newcomer Eboni, 37, to leave her waterfront home in Sag Harbor

Luann wondered in a confessional if Eboni was trying to make them feel like “idiots.”

‘I don’t like the way you talk. Don’t come into my house and tell me I have no education,’ Luann told Eboni.

“Well, I can leave your house,” Eboni replied.

Offended: 'I don't like the way you talk.  Don't come into my house and tell me I have no education,

Offended: ‘I don’t like the way you talk. Don’t come into my house and tell me I have no education,” Luann told Eboni

When Ramona asked everyone to stop screaming, Eboni told her, “Your white vulnerability is killing me now.”

“Don’t chase her race,” Luann interrupted. “We didn’t go after your race.”

“What’s my race got to do with it?” Ramona protested. “It’s my ears!”

White vulnerability: When Ramona Singer asked everyone to stop screaming, Eboni told her: 'Your white vulnerability is killing me now'

White vulnerability: When Ramona Singer asked everyone to stop screaming, Eboni told her: ‘Your white vulnerability is killing me now’

Eboni raised her voice as she tried to explain herself and was then called out because she was getting emotional.

“Why are you getting so angry?” said Luan.

“Oh, now I’m the angry black woman?” Eboni replied.

Raised voice:

Raised voice: “Oh, now I’m the angry black woman?” Eboni . replied

“I’m not going there,” Luann said. “You’re an angry woman now. I never mentioned your color, and neither did I.’

In a confessional, Eboni pointed out that when Leah stormed off, no one called Leah “angry,” but that she “had a deep-seated reaction to something that felt very personal and painful to me, and I was immediately called “angry.” “Tell me it’s not about race.”

Sonja Morgan, 57, noted in a confession that Eboni didn’t seem mad at her and just used her words effectively.

Race Related: In a confessional, Eboni pointed out that when Leah stormed off, no one called Leah

Race Related: In a confessional, Eboni pointed out that when Leah stormed off, no one called Leah “angry,” but that she had a “visceral reaction to something that felt very personal and painful to me and I was immediately called “angry.” me that it’s not about race’

“If you don’t want me here because I’m not free to express what I think about things, I’ll leave your property because I respect you,” Eboni said.

“I think you should go,” Luann agreed. “You need to calm down and think about what you just said that was very offensive to us.”

Eboni got up and left, but not before scolding Luann for using education to shame women.

Take off:

Take off: “If you don’t want me here because I’m not free to express how I feel about things, I’ll leave your property because I respect you,” Eboni said

“It’s garbage, it’s garbage,” she said. ‘You must be known’.

The episode earlier showed Luann’s newfound love interest Garth cooking homemade lamb curry for her friends before participating in a painting session with a nude male model named Kurt.

Sonja stepped forward and was brave enough to volunteer when Kurt said he needed someone to pull the blanket off, but painting a nude model made the women giddy.

Lamb curry: The episode before showed Luann's new love interest Garth cooking homemade lamb curry for her friends

Lamb curry: The episode before showed Luann’s new love interest Garth cooking homemade lamb curry for her friends

Nude Model: The women participated in a painting session with a nude male model named Kurt

Nude Model: The women participated in a painting session with a nude male model named Kurt

“It looks nice,” Eboni said. ‘I appreciate that.’

Leah added of the flimsy model: “It’s a nice snack.”

Sonja was a bit more reserved about her painting.

Painting session:

Painting session: “He’s manscaped nicely,” Eboni said. ‘I appreciate that’

In between: Added Leah McSweeney from the semi-floppy model: 'It's a nice snack'

In between: Added Leah McSweeney from the semi-floppy model: ‘It’s a nice snack’

“I know the other girls are doing well. I don’t want to nail. it. I keep an eye on his face and off his pickle. It is much. There is a lot. Here we go,’ said Sonja.

It wasn’t long before the women sat down to enjoy Garth’s curry, until things warmed up.

Luann wanted to know what she’d missed the night before by going to bed early, and the ladies told how upset Ramona was that her Audrey Hepburn-themed dinner had turned into dirty sex talk.

A lot: 'I know the other girls are doing well.  I don't want to nail.  it.  I keep an eye on his face and off his pickle.  It is much.  There is a lot.  Keep going,' said Sonja

A lot: ‘I know the other girls are doing well. I don’t want to nail. it. I keep an eye on his face and off his pickle. It is much. There is a lot. Keep going,’ said Sonja

Curry meal: It didn't take long for the women to sit down to enjoy Garth's curry before things got heated up

Curry meal: It didn’t take long for the women to sit down to enjoy Garth’s curry before things got heated up

Leah, who was struggling with her grandmother’s illness, still couldn’t understand why Ramona got upset when they talked about sex.

Ramona reminded her that she once explicitly talked about sex in front of her 24-year-old daughter and the mention of the incident prompted Leah to storm out.

She later returned and called some of the women “hoes” before abruptly leaving, prompting Eboni to defend her and cause an argument with Luann.

Next week, The Real Housewives Of New York City return to Bravo.

Difficult time: Leah, who was struggling with her grandmother's illness, still couldn't understand why Ramona got upset when they talked about sex

Difficult time: Leah, who was struggling with her grandmother’s illness, still couldn’t understand why Ramona got upset when they talked about sex

Fed up: After storming away, Leah later returned and called some of the women

Fed up: After storming away, Leah later returned and called some of the women “hoes” before abruptly leaving, prompting Eboni to defend her and start an argument with Luann

Next week: Luann and Eboni's feud ended with a 'To Be Continued' message

Next week: Luann and Eboni’s feud ended with a ‘To Be Continued’ message

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