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Wendy Osefo Reveals She Considered Quitting The Real Housewives Of Potomac!

Dr. Wendy Osefo reveals that she considered quitting The Real Housewives of Potomac due to the physical altercation between Monique Samuels and Candiace Dillard. 

“I think it all gave us time to really think about our role on the show,” Wendy said on Behind the Velvet Rope podcast with David Yontef, according to a report by Reality Blurb. “You know, I know I definitely stopped and thought long and hard and sent a text to one of the executives, like I want to have a conversation. Because again, this is not what, this is not what I signed up for, and I don’t think that was an isolated incident. And to me, I think we all, we all did that. Everyone was just like, well, whoa.”

She continued, “And so those were my first initial thoughts were like, were people okay. Like there was blood, there was broken glass. There were punches. Like it wasn’t just someone pulling the hair. You have to know that that is what you signed up for, right? Like that’s what I mean. We didn’t sign up for a physical altercation, but I have to come into this knowing season six, guess what? It could be all guns blazing against you and you have to be okay with that because that is what we signed up for.”

Also, Osefo reveals why she looks up to and admires Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore.

“One that really touches me is Kenya Moore from [Real Housewives of Atlanta]. Kenya to me is that girl. She is that girl. She just gave me some great advice and why I love Kenya is because growing up outside of Housewives, I looked up to Kenya,” Wendy remarked. “Why I say this is [because] Kenya was in the era where for me, I watched a lot of music videos and I’m a brown-skinned girl, and a lot of the music videos didn’t have people who looked like me. But I always remembered this one beautiful girl with this beautiful chocolate complexion and I’m like, ‘God, she’s so beautiful,’ and it made me say, ‘Oh okay, there’s someone that looks like me on the TV,’ and it was Kenya Moore.”

She went on, “To now see her in Housewives and just love her but then to see her give me words of wisdom … it’s like a full circle moment for me because I absolutely adored her outside of the Housewives. I looked up to her, admired her, thought she’s so beautiful, this chocolate beauty, chocolate Barbie doll, and now she’s telling me, ‘Keep doing what you’re doing,’ I’m like, oh gosh, you’re amazing! I love you!”

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