Ramona Singer was a strong part of the BRAVO series ‘The Real Housewives of New York City.’ Singer starred in the series alongside Sonja Morgan, Eboni K. Williams and Leah McSweeney. While the series was canceled after its 12th season, it ended up leaving a loose tie.

Singer’s behavior at the Black Shabbat episode was not liked by anyone. While being part of Andy Cohen‘s late-night show, Flowers revealed exactly what went wrong in the episode and how she felt afterwards. She was featured on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.

The Black Shabbat was hosted by show’s newcomer Eboni K. Williams in order to familiarize fans and the rest of the cast members to Jewish tradition and culture. While she didn’t intend to, Singer made some odd comments on the show which ended up coming off as controversial. Cohen asked her about how she felt about her comments.

When you saw that episode what was going through your mind? It was not fun for me to watch, or a lot of people.

Singer said that she didn’t understand the implication of what she was saying. However, after she watched what exactly had unfolded in the episode, she was mortified. She said she just learnt from her mistakes and regretted them deeply. She also admitted to being under the influence.

When I went to Black Shabbat my intent was to connect with everybody by sharing my experiences. But I realized I should have just listened, absorbed, and learned, and for that I deeply regret. Also obviously I was drinking. And when I watched it when the episode aired, I was mortified. Mortified.

The RHONY alum is apologizing profusely, but her fans don’t believe her. Perhaps the fact that she never got to reunite with her co-stars and answer for herself officially makes her apologies hard to believe. Whatever the case may be, Singer has been on a path to redemption ever since.

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Nitish Vashishtha

Nitish Vashishtha is a freelance writer/contributor from India. He’s written content for companies like ScoopWhoop and Sportskeeda. He’s been writing about pop-culture, current affairs and pro-wrestling since 2017.

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