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Diana Jenkins Fires Back At Garcelle Beauvais For Calling Her ‘Uneducated’ On WWHL!

Garcelle Beauvais recently appeared on Bravo's Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen. During the episode, the Hollywood actress was asked to share her thoughts on the controversial comment her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills co-star Diana Jenkins made on Instagram.

“Do you believe Diana misinterpreted the ‘black content creator’ on Instagram moment?” Cohen asked Beauvais.

“She’s uneducated,” Beauvais replied.

Following Beauvais' WWHL appearance, Jenkins fired back at Garcelle for calling her uneducated.

“Dear Garcelle, Next time you go on national television why don’t you educate viewers on how many times I went to Haiti. Your home country,” Jenkins wrote in a notes app screenshot posted to her Instagram page.

“Why don’t you tell them how many plans full of first aid and medical supplies I sent to Haiti,” she wrote. “Why don’t you tell viewers how many millions of dollars I have given to your country. A woman from Bosnia did that.”

She continued, “Also you could have mentioned all the money I have given and everything I have done for woman rights in Congo and other 100% black communities.”

She added, “You are very familiar with all the work I have done for human rights all around globe.” 

As for Garcelle, she seemingly responded via her Instagram Story. 

She shared a quote that read, "Remaing classy and removing yourself from situations that might take you out of character, is a superpower!" 

If you recall, Jenkins made headlines a few weeks ago she and the content creator, Kristen “Philly Diva” Dionne, got into a heated argument in the comments section of an Instagram post.

The drama began when Dionne reposted a meme insinuating Jenkins had undergone plastic surgery over the years and currently looks much different than her younger self.

After exchanging comments back and forth, Dionne told the Bravo reality star to “keep that same energy … and not just with the Black content creators.”

But Jenkins came under fire when she replied in a since-deleted comment, “It can’t feel good being a Black content creator.”

After facing backlash on social media, Jenkins apologized the following day. “I assumed ‘Black content creator’ was a title referring to a page that would be focused on snarky content,” explained Jenkins. “I copied the term because I thought that’s what it meant. I didn’t realize it was referencing to you as a Black woman and a content creator.

She added, “Please understand i am not from this country @philly.diva so deeply sorry. I’m devastated that this was taken to mean something racially insensitive. I understand now why it was taken that way and that was never my intention. I am truly sorry.”

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