'RHOBH' C*** Saga: How the 'worst word in the world' sparked furious fan debate

'RHOBH' C*** Saga: How the 'worst word in the world' sparked furious fan debate
Lisa Rinna, Erika Jayne, and Diana Jenkins in a still from 'RHOBH' Season 12 Reunion (Bravo)

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA: For the longest time 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' suspected that the ladies on the show were against fan-favorite housewives Garcelle Beauvais and Sutton Stracke. Part 2 of the 'RHOBH' Season 12 reunion confirmed everybody's suspicions when Kyle Richards, Erika Jayne, Lisa Rinna, and Dorit Kemsley declared that they thought calling someone 'evil' is worse than the c-word!

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While common sense dictates that the word 'c***' is far worse and degrading than evil, the 'RHOBH' ladies felt otherwise as their nemesis- Garcelle called their ally, Diana Jenkins, evil. Joining the reunion via a zoom call, Diana, declared that she went on a social media rampage against Garcelle because the Haitian actress used the word 'evil' to describe her. Garcelle immediately retaliated by pointing out how she called Diana evil in response to the Bosnian housewife calling Sutton Stracke the c-word. This immediately sparked the discussion of which of these adjectives was worse. While the show's executive producer/ reunion host Andy Cohen thought that the c-word was far more damaging, Rinna spearheaded the campaign of claiming evil was worse by pointing out how she calls herself the c-word. Rinna's sidekick Erika seconded her, soon Kyle and Dorit followed suit in declaring that calling someone evil, is far worse. 

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As Andy, Garcelle, and Sutton sat watching the ladies in disbelief over their stance on the word evil, several 'RHOBH' fans took to Twitter to call out the infamous Fox Force Five for their campaign against Garcelle and Sutton. A fan tweeted, "So calling a woman a C*** in a middle of a heated exchange or just outta angry is okay. But calling a women evil is the worse thing ever ? HOW ?? But it’s funny how all 3 of them tried to justify they answer. Which is sick as hell. #RHOBHReunion #rhobh." "Since it’s not a bad word. I would call EJ a felon C***, dorit a dumb, follower c*** & rinna a big lip c*** since it’s not a bad word at all & they’d rather be called that than evil #rhobh," wrote a fan. "How these ladies say calling someone ‘evil’ is worse than c*** when they won’t even say c*** in the segment is laughable. Like what!? #RHOBH," commented a fan. "If evil was such a bad word why was evil not beeped out yet C#$t was? Honestly, these woman are so waked. #RHOBH #RHOBHMeanGirls," seconded a fan.

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'RHOBH' star Garcelle Beauvais (Bravo)
'RHOBH' star Garcelle Beauvais (Bravo)

"This clip gave me a headache… Evil is worse than c***!? Girl bye!!!They are being so goofy I have to laugh! Diana is obsessed with Garcelle period. Andy needs to hang up the zoom call and send Diana her cheque we are done with her! Byeeee! Hope to see you never! #RHOBH," expressed a fan. Another fan pointed out, "So, the 2 woman who called Sutton the c word and then laughed maniacally about it, plus the 2 women who stood by silently watching Sutton crumble, are now saying that the use of the word evil to describe that behavior was far worse? In what world does that make sense? #RHOBH." "Evil is a Worse word than the C WORD?!?! In what world?? ONLY if @GarcelleB and @SuttonBStracke say it right? @doritkemsley1 @lisarinna @erikajayne will do anything to protect that predator #dianajenkins #rhobhreunion #rhobh #bravocon #BRAVOCON22 @Andy," observed a fan.

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'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Season 12 airs every Wednesday at 8/7c on Bravo.

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