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Lisa Rinna Continues To Throw Shade At Vicki Gunvalson After The Former RHOC Star Claimed Rinna “Wouldn’t Have A Job” Without Her!

Lisa Rinna continues to throw shade at Vicki Gunvalson on Instagram after the former Real Housewives of Orange County star claimed that she's the reason why she has a job on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

Rinna posed in a wig as “Vicky” — a character she created based off of her ongoing social media feud with Vicki Gunvalson, reports Page Six.

Rinna captioned the photo, “We call her Vicky. With a Y.💋”

Kathy Hilton, who joined the cast in a friend role for the upcoming eleventh season of RHOBH, commented, “💖💖💖💖.”

Rinna previously posted a side to side photos of herself, a throwback one next to a recent shot with the caption,” Before Vicki / After Vicki. 😜” she captioned. 

Gunvalson proclaimed that many of the “Housewives” wouldn’t have a job if it wasn’t for her appearing in the first season of The Real Housewives of Orange County.

The news comes after Gunvalson claimed that Rinna snubbed her at Andy Cohen's baby shower during a recent appearance on the Behind the Velvet Rope with David Yontef podcast

“I don’t really socialize with the Beverly Hills ladies,” Gunvalson said. “I think they think that we’re Orange County and they’re Beverly Hills. And you know, I think there’s a little bit of, ‘Go away, girls.’ I feel that from them that they think they’re above us. I mean, I wouldn’t live in Beverly Hills if you paid me. I love my Orange County.”

“I don’t think they gave me the time of day,” she said,. “They wouldn’t have a job if it wasn’t for me starting this damn thing.”

Gunvalson recalls running into the RHOBH ladies and revealed that Lisa Rinna, in particular, gave her the cold shoulder. “So the last time I saw all of them was either at BravoCon or Andy’s baby shower in January of last year,” she shared. “And truly, you know, Lisa Rinna didn’t give me the time of day. I said hi to her.”

“And she was like, Oh yeah, you’re Orange County,” Gunvalson said. “I just felt looked down on, you know, she’s up on the tables, dancing. I’m like, why? This is Andy’s baby shower. You want attention? I just sat back going, wow, this is a little messed up. Everybody was having fun. But you just see it from a different perspective when you’re not on anymore.” 

“Like you are all about who’s looking at you, you know?” she continued. “So it’s fine. It’s just, you see it through different lenses. And I have been there. I’ve done that. I’ve wanted people to stare at me. I wanted them to know, I know how to whoop it up. But when you’re not on it anymore and you see the theatrical experiences that are happening.”

Gunvalson compared the Real Housewives franchise to High School as the cast in different cities are vowing for popularity. “They think they’re invincible and it is a popularity contest,” she remarked. “It’s a sorority on steroids. And we all do have that synergy where we were all in a reality show together. And there’s a lot of ladies coming and going and a lot of franchises. So it is nice to have that group of women that we can have some sort of relationship with. But I think it’s very misguided this popularity. We’re not in high school anymore, you know?”

While Vicki thinks that most of the women in the franchise get competitive with other cities, she admits that she remembered sticking with her cast during BravoCon and Cohen's baby shower. 

“I stayed with my cast, you know, I really did. Like Shannon [Beador], Tamra [Judge] and I at BravoCon hung out morning, noon, and night,” she said. “We had such a great time and you know, we all had our significant others, so it wasn’t like, ‘Oh, I’m dying to talk to Erika.’ I didn’t even know Erica Jayne. I have no idea what I would say to her. Like, ‘Hi, I like your pigtails?’ Like, I didn’t feel like I needed to reach out to anybody.” 

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