‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’: Fans have had enough of Marlo Hampton’s 'homophobic' comments about Eva

'RHOA' friend Marlo Hampton's 'homophobic' comments have fans feeling annoyed.

‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’: Fans have had enough of Marlo Hampton’s 'homophobic' comments about Eva
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It’s pride week on ‘RHOA’, and the housewives made their way to New York to celebrate the pride by standing on the float and partaking in the celebrations. Hawk-eyed fans couldn’t help but take note of ‘RHOA’ friend Marlo Hampton’s subtle “homophobic” comments on the same episode which celebrated pride.
 
Post the celebrations, we see Marlo joining Cynthia Bailey and Eva Marcille for lunch. As soon as Marlo comes to the table, Eva quickly gets her food packed and flees the table, as she wants nothing to do with the “friend” of housewives. Marlo who clearly took offense with Eva’s behavior brings up Eva’s bisexuality again. She comments about Eva being bisexual and then asks Cynthia how Noelle looked so comfortable being herself at the Pride.

Fans were tired of watching Marlo’s homophobic behavior on display. A fan wrote, “Marlo never brings good drama or anything entertaining. It’s always in hate. And it’s always comment about someone else’s sexuality. #RHOA”. Another fan tweeted, “Is Marlo borderline homophobic? #RHOA”.
 
“Marlo’s homophobia has been jumping out since last season. First, she keeps coming at Eva with this bisexual rumor even after Eva told her no, now she’s bringing it up again, & asking Cynthia how come Nolle was so comfortable at pride & throwing shade smh #RHOA”, pointed a fan. A few fans demanded that Marlo be removed from the show owing to her racist remarks. “I have really had enough of Marlo on #RHOA and I am sick of Andy allowing her anti-gay shit. She always has some comment about someone else’s persuasion. And it’s always in shade. Andy needs to stop it already. We’ve had enough of that shit.”
 
 
‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ season 12 airs every Sunday, at 8 pm ET/PT on Bravo.

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