Gigi Hadid’s mother Yolanda Hadid was a “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” cast member through the show’s third to sixth season. The reality star’s time on the Bravo show was controversial and drama filled, to say the least. Recently, fans blasted her on Reddit after a re-watch of the show.
Hadid hasn’t been on the RHOBH since season 6 but her moments on the show are still talked about, more than seven years after the show aired. A Reddit thread was created with the title, “Never liked Yolanda but I’m doing a rewatch and she’s WAYYY worse than I ever remembered holy s***”
The post included several screenshots of moments on the show where she was problematic. Fans flocked the comment section to leave their opinions. A person wrote, Yolanda is the absolute worst type of person,” before adding,
“The holier than thou, your issues and concerns are irrelevant, dOnT bE sO SenSitIve, making you look like you talk too much and squabble for having an opinion, appearing calm and collected and down to earth by shutting other people down, ‘we keep talking about unimportant things’, gaslighting, my opinion is the rationale – type of person is equivalent to drinking a bottle of gasoline and eating used razor blades.”
Another said, “I have to admit, I snickered and sneered when David divorced her and all of her hysterics surrounding it, She thought she was so much better than everyone else until that moment.” A third added, “She is, was, and always has been a monster,” They also claimed that she a was racist.
A fan commented, “She is/was just as racist, sexist, and classist as Ramona,She just manages her bowel movements better.”
Another wrote. “Yolanda was extremely racist on the RHOBH, Telling the movers they need to learn English. Telling the makeup artist to fix Gigi’s make up bc she “looks Chinese”. She really was awful.”
Meanwhile, the reddit thread is attached below and you can check out more reactions from fans there. Obviously, people haven’t forgotten about her time on the show. Stay tuned to Thirsty for more celeb updates.
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