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Tiffany Moon Reveals Why She Confronted Brandi Redmond Over Past Racially Insensitive Video!

Dr. Tiffany Moon reveals why she decided to confront Brandi Redmond over past resurfaced video, where she appears to be mocking Asians, during an early episode of the current season of The Real Housewives of Dallas

“I feel like it was the elephant in the room and that we weren’t going to get anywhere until I pulled her aside,” Dr. Moon told HollywoodLife. “And we talked about it.”

I like to address issues head on,” Tiffany revealed. “The first thing that I wanted to do was have that conversation in private because I think so many times, people have what should be private conversations in a group of people and it’s just weird. The second thing I wanted to do was from the very beginning, I was coming from a place of grace and love and that I was not coming to attack her or slander her.”

The two had a conversation during the current season’s second episode with Dr. Moon opening up about her struggles to learn English as a little girl, while Brandi tearfully apologized. “I tried to bring a little of my personal story when I talked to her,” Moon added. “Because I thought maybe if I make it personal and she sees a human being connected to this action that is potentially harmful, that it would hit harder to home as opposed to being this abstract thing. She took it really well.”

She added, “She was so, so sincerely sorry and after that I feel like then we could move on and start building our friendship,” she concluded. “She has done a lot of introspection and I think that she is truly sorry and has learned her lesson.”

If you recall, Redmond came under fire for a 2017 Instagram Story video that showed her mocking Asians.

“Everybody ask me what Asian I am because of my eyes, they squinty,” she said in the resurfaced clip which was shared by LeeAnne Locken's party planner Steve Kimble.

Brandi then took to Twitter to issue a public apology on Jan. 2020. “A video resurfaced of me from three years ago which at the time I had posted and quickly deleted and then immediately apologized for my insensitivity,” Redmond wrote. “I would like to once again sincerely apologize for my offensive actions.”


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