'RHOP' Fan Review: Gizelle Bryant and Wendy Osefo praised for 'on point' parenting

'I will say you can say what you want about Gizelle but she’s a good mom. I love the conversations she has with her daughters. #RHOP,' wrote a fan


                            'RHOP' Fan Review: Gizelle Bryant and Wendy Osefo praised for 'on point' parenting
'RHOP' stars Wendy Osefo and Gizelle Bryant (Bravo)

The Potomac ladies might be pretty messy with each other on 'Real Housewives of Potomac', but when it comes to parenting their children these women are anything but messy. All the Potomac housewives take the job of parenting pretty seriously and genuinely go out of their way to ensure that they are setting the best example for their children and this includes 'messy queen' of the franchise Gizelle Bryant too.

Time and again Gizelle has been slammed for stirring the pot and making questionable choices and decisions in her personal life. Despite giving the impression of having little to no self-awareness on the show, turns out Gizelle is actually pretty aware of all the mistakes she made and is determined for her three daughters to never repeat them. So, on the recently aired episode of 'RHOP' Season 6 episode 10, titled 'Goddesses of War' Gizelle sat down with her daughters and made it very clear to them that they should never see marriage as an end-goal, but focus on themselves and becoming strong, independent women, whether they are in a relationship or not.

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'RHOP' star Gizelle Bryant (Bravo)

Gizelle pointed out all the mistakes she made in her relationships and marriage hoping that her daughters wouldn't go down the same path. She also advised them to always be self-sufficient and financially independent so that they won't ever have to depend on any man for anything. The housewife added in her green room interview that she would never be the type of parent to push her daughters into getting into a relationship or get married, but instead hopes for them to be empowered and independent women.

Fans were beyond impressed with Gizelle's advice to her daughters and praised her for it. A fan tweeted, "Gizelle is a good mom who is messy in every other aspect of her life and therefore great tv #RHOP." Another fan wrote, "Gizelle is messy as hell but she’s a great mom. That convo about being self sufficient was so on point. #RHOP." "I will say you can say what you want about Gizelle but she’s a good mom. I love the conversations she has with her daughters. #RHOP," seconded a fan. Another fan added, "Honestly good for Gizelle wanting to be financial independent and not depend on a man. She’s trying to take care of her daughters on her own and knows men ain’t sh*t #RHOP."



 



 



 



 

'RHOP' star Wendy Osefo and her husband Eddie Osefo decided to have a difficult conversation with their sons (Bravo)

Alongside Gizelle, even Wendy Osefo's parenting was appreciated by fans. The housewife and her husband Eddie Osefo decided to have a difficult conversation about Black Lives Matter movement and police brutality with their young sons. Although Wendy was reluctant to take away her sons' childhood innocence from them and shield them from all the injustices that Blacks face in the real world, the housewife and her husband felt that they needed to explain to their sons about it. When fans watched the Osefos discuss about police brutality and BLM movement fans got very emotional watching it.

A fan shared, "This scene with Wendy in her sons got me in tears!!! #rhop." Another fan expressed, "Omg that just broke my heart, the convo between Wendy and her kids was sad but necessary for black babies #RHOP." "Wendy’s boys just broke my heart. She’s right in that it’s unfair that we have to break our kids innocence in this day and age. But they’re such smart boys. You’re doing good with them #RHOP," echoed a fan. "Love this scene with @WendyOsefo @IamEddieO with their sons, it is a very tough conversation that black parents have to have with their children about what is going on today’s climate. Also congratulations on walking in #NYFW #RHOP," agreed another fan.



 



 



 



 

 

'Real Housewives of Potomac' Season 6 airs every Sunday at 8/7c on Bravo. 

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