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Candiace Dillard Says “It’s Really Just Sad And Pathetic” Seeing Porsha Willaims “Getting Involved” In Her Feud With Monique Samuels; Says “Mind The Business That Pays You, Dear”

The drama between Candiace Dillard Bassett and Porsha Williams continues! During a recent interview, the Real Housewives of Potomac star addressed the issues she has with the Real Housewives of Atlanta star.

If you recall, Williams has come to Monique Samuels' defense over her feud and physical altercation drama with Dillard. Williams has voiced her support for Samuels and slammed Candiace on Bravo's late-night talk show, Bravo's Chat Room.

“You are not in Potomac, okay? Knock, knock, knock. You’re in Atlanta. Stay in Atlanta. That’s the bottom line.” Candiace said about Williams during an interview with PEOPLE via Urban Belle Magazine. “This is my thing. I have a lot of opinions about a lot of housewives. You know, I think it’s fair that if you are a part of this franchise, you are or at one time were, you were or are a viewer of the show. They’re entertaining. The women are riveting. We are in a league of our own. And I respect and love the club that we are all in.”

She continued, “I have opinions but I am not paid in the name of Jesus to comment on anyone else’s melees, sagas, or dramas, okay? I’m going to stick to the rivers and lakes that I know. And that’s Potomac and Porsha, she should just do the same.”

Candiace revealed that she has no problem with Williams for defending Samuels. “And furthermore, I have no problem with Porsha defending her ‘friend,’ defending, you know, whomever she wishes to defend. But when you tell just flat out lies, you are spreading fairytales and fallacies, it’s time for me to step in. You would think that someone who once got in trouble for repeating things that she did not know about, that she would learn from that and just be quiet. And she has so many great things going on, Porsha is stomping in the streets for the movement of Black Lives Matter, and I respect that. I’ve watched her in awe and respect all season and all these months that she’s been out in the streets stomping for us and working for the plight of Black Americans, the black woman and the black man in this country.”

Candiace added, “So it’s really just sad and pathetic, you know, to see her getting involved in this way because she’s lying. Don’t lie on me.”

Dillard concluded by telling Williams the following, “Mind the business that pays you, dear.”

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