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D’Andra Simmons Weighs In On ‘RHOD’ Drama Between Dr. Tiffany Moon And Brandi Redmond! Plus Tiffany Has A Message For Her Co-Stars; Says “I Cannot Change That I Am Asian. If That Makes You Uncomfortable….That’s YOUR Problem!”

Dr. Tiffany Moon has something to say to her Real Housewives of Dallas co-stars after Tuesday night's episode of the Bravo hit reality series.

Moon took to Twitter and wrote the following: "I cannot change that I am Asian. If that makes you uncomfortable....thats YOUR problem 🗣 #RHOD #ProudToBeAsian #ChineseAmerican."

During the Austin cast trip, Brandi Redmond expressed during their group dinner that she still felt guarded around Moon, and she wanted to be open and honest with the mother-of-two. As for Tiffany, she said that she didn't see things the same way and hoped that Redmond would give their friendship a chance.

After the conversation between Tiffany and Brandi ended well, Kary Brittingham suggested one last bonding moment to the group for everyone to hold hands and jump into the lake. Tiffany shared in an interview during the episode that she wasn't the biggest fan of the idea, but she would participate since it was Kary's birthday trip, according to a report by Bravo's The Daily Dish.

However, after Tiffany jumped in the water, she quickly exited the lake and went back into the house. "I have just reached my tipping point," Tiffany said in an interview during the episode. "From the moment my body hit the cold water, I'm like, 'Tiffany 2.0 has been here all weekend, she has tried to be a good sport, and guess what? It's still not good enough.'"

When the other Dallas Housewives went to check on Tiffany, she was emotional and said that she was tired before encouraging them to enjoy the rest of the night without her. Moon then opened up to D'Andra Simmons in their room. "This is the first time I've been away from my family in six months, and I'm having a lot of anxiety going into this meeting with my supervisor to ask if I could have one day off the schedule," Tiffany told D'Andra. "I'm just tired. It's just all of the things."

The next morning, D'Andra broke the news to Brandi, Kary, and Kameron Westcott that Tiffany had decided to head back home early by herself. The ladies then reflected on Tiffany and Brandi's conversation at dinner the night before and how they can move on from that moment.

After Tiffany returned home, she told her husband, Daniel, that she felt like she was "coming up short" with the other RHOD ladies and that she felt like "the new kid" in school. Later in the episode, Tiffany apologized to Kary Brittingham for her sudden exit from the trip.

"Partially, I was embarrassed by my outburst the night before, and I was worried that if I stayed, we were gonna hash the whole thing out on the ride home on the bus, and I just wasn't ready for that. Like, I wanted to avoid it," she shared, according to Bravo's The Daily Dish. "That's the method of conflict resolution that I know and understand. Like, put it in the closet, close the door, and just don't open the door."

Tiffany told Kary, "I definitely need to be better about it, but it's hard."

During a recent appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, D'Andra shared her take on the drama between Tiffany and Brandi.

"So I did tell Brandi I think that was highly inappropriate because it's not Tiffany's responsibility to make you feel better; it's your responsibility to dig deep and figure it out for yourself. It's not about Tiffany; it's about you. And you need to get well, and you need to feel good in your soul," D'Andra explained. "Like I said, your husband, your kids, nobody can fix it for you. You have to fix yourself. So, I didn't think it was fair to put that off on Tiffany, and I believe most of the ladies agreed with me from watching the episode."


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