Is Mia Thornton quitting 'RHOP' over fight with Wendy Osefo? Housewife fuels speculations with cryptic post: 'I have to move on'
'For the sake of my children, my family, friends, staff, and business partners. I have to move on,' wrote 'RHOP' star Mia Thornton in a cryptic post
POTOMAC, MARYLAND: If you thought 'Real Housewives of Potomac' star Mia Thornton may have learned her lesson about not throwing food or objects over her co-stars during a fight, then you couldn't be more wrong. Despite being slammed for throwing a bowl of salad at Candiace Bassett during the previous season of the Bravo show, Mia committed the same faux pas yet again, and this time against Dr Wendy Osefo and received immense backlash from fans to the point that the housewife might possibly be toying with the idea of quitting 'RHOP'.
In the recently aired episode of 'RHOP', Mia could be seen instigating a fight with her fellow housewife by throwing her drink and later slinging her purse at Wendy. The two ladies locked horns over Peter Thomas. Mia felt that Wendy disrespected Peter by never replying back to him after he sent her some business contracts for signatures. In a fit of fury, Mia threw her champagne at Wendy and hit her with a purse. Though the other housewives- Gizelle Bryant and Robyn Dixon, firmly took Mia's side and supported her, unfortunately, fans weren't impressed with the housewife' violent behavior. Many fans called out Mia for her violent behavior and accused her of being "colorist" toward Wendy. After initially deactivating her Twitter, Mia returned back to the microblogging platform to claim that she took complete responsibility for her behavior. Mia also hopped onto her Instagram to share some cryptic posts that hinted at the possibility of her quitting the Bravo show.
In an Instagram post, Mia shared a quote from God saying, "I had to make you uncomfortable, otherwise you would have never moved." She added a cryptic caption "Next Chapter" alongside the post. In her stories, the housewife elaborated a bit more. She reshared the same post on her story and added a small note saying, "When you had to fight your whole life to make it out, you no longer remain in places that bring out what you worked so hard to over come." "For the sake of my children, my family, friends, staff, and business partners. I have to move on," wrote the reality star.
Mia's cryptic post was immediately met with several speculations from 'RHOP' followers. While some followers were glad and hopeful on learning about Mia's possible exit from 'RHOP', others felt that it was nothing more than yet another attention-grabbing tactic by the housewife. A user commented, "You always say you’re moving on, insinuating that you’re leaving the show. You said it last season when you were in hot water, and now this season. You’ll be back. You love drumming up sympathy." Another user wrote, "Girl bye.. don’t try with all of these quotes when you were just dead wrong & messy." "I agree you should move on. There’s no reason that you should have started that crap with Wendy. It is a absolutely none of your business what her and Peter got going on with business. She wasn’t talking about your husband until after you threw that drank and got ratchet. Y’all are too old to be acting like that. You always conveniently make up things in your head of what you hear. Just like hearing Ashley say Chris was feeling on someone’s butt. You’re a messy one!" added a fan. "You absolutely can exit stage left! There’s no room for that type of behavior. Bye!" expressed a fan.
While Mia continues to receive backlash from 'RHOP' fans, Wendy, on the other hand, has been lauded by the show's audience for handling the conflict in a non-violent and rational manner. "Words cannot even begin to describe how grateful I am for the outpouring of love, support, and kind words of affirmation I have received over the past 24 hours,” Wendy shared on her Instagram after the episode aired.
'Real Housewives of Potomac' airs every Sunday at 8/7c on Bravo.
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