Eboni Williams educates 'RHONY' ladies about Sag Harbor's Black history, fans say 'make them uncomfortable'
'Eboni gonna be educating them on Black History all season. I’m so here for it. Make them uncomfortable, sis! #RHONY,' commented a fan
It took 13 seasons for the showrunners of Bravo's hit reality show 'Real Housewives of New York City' to finally rope in a Black lady as the housewife on the show and fans can't seem to get enough of it. Eboni K Williams made history when she was announced as the first Black housewife on 'RHONY'. Considering the show's reputation and popularity among fans, the new housewife certainly has a lot of expectations to fulfil and we are pleased to inform that she doesn't seem to disappoint.
Right from the get-go, Eboni came off as someone super relatable and fun. When she discussed her financial woes and bad credit history with her friend, she already won over fans. But what sealed the deal as the new fan-favorite housewife was the way she educated her fellow White housewives about Black history and being unapologetically herself with the ladies. Read on to know how Eboni schooled the New York housewives with Sag Harbor's history and left them feeling awkward and uncomfortable.
During the premiere episode of 'RHONY' Season 13, Eboni made her debut on the show in the most fabulous manner. She was introduced as Leah McSweeney's friend to her co-stars during a party hosted by Sonja Morgan. Eboni immediately fit in perfectly among the ladies and began bonding with them over relationships and career. Ramona Singer, the OG housewife who has a reputation of being very hard on new housewives too found it hard to resist Eboni's charms. Ramona surprised everyone by inviting Eboni to her Hamptons home for a vacation alongside the other housewives. Luann de Lesseps joined in and insisted that Eboni visit her home too in Hamptons. Then she casually mentioned that she has a beautiful property in Sag Harbor and then asked Eboni if she heard about that locale.
The attorney housewife immediately seized the opportunity to educate the women about Sag Harbor's rich Black history. She explained to them how Sag Harbor holds a special place in her heart because it was the first locality where Blacks were permitted to own waterfront property. As Eboni continued to share how it was a big deal for Blacks to own a property just a few years after the abolishment of slavery, her fellow housewives began feeling awkward and uncomfortable. But Eboni didn't hold back and continued sharing her pearls of wisdom.
Unlike the 'RHONY' stars, fans loved watching Eboni spill Black history lessons while making the White housewives squirm. A fan tweeted, "Eboni gonna be educating them on Black History all season. I’m so here for it. Make them uncomfortable, sis! #RHONY." Another fan wrote, "Every time Eboni says “Black people” you can tell these other women get weird and uncomfortable. I love it. #RHONY." "Eboni seems like she will hit them with the black history and that can make this group super uncomfortable. I will watch this mess for sure #RHONY," echoed a fan.
Every time Eboni says “Black people” you can tell these other women get weird and uncomfortable. I love it. #RHONY— Blackie Brown (@BlaiqueJLee) May 5, 2021
Eboni seems like she will hit them with the black history and that can make this group super uncomfortable. I will watch this mess for sure #RHONY— Cindy Sainvilien🇭🇹 (@cindoodooch_) May 5, 2021
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'Real Housewives of New York City' Season 13 airs every Tuesday at 9/8c only on Bravo.