BEVERLY HILLS (LALATE) – Yolanda Foster decorates ex husband Mohamed Hadid’s house this month on RHOBH. But tonight Yolanda Foster is ready to battle Kyle Richards. Mohamed Hadid’s ex wife Yolanda has remained relatively far away from the Housewives’ drama so far this season. But in tonight’s new episode, that all changes. Yolanda takes on Camille Grammer, and says that Kyle Richards loves to stir the pot.
Yolanda takes many aims at Kyle Richards tonight. But one of the most notable jabs is not during a Las Vegas dinner. Rather, it’s during a limo drive. As Kyle Richards receives news of a procedure looming for Kim, Yolanda takes issue with Kyle’s reaction. “I really don’t understand why Kyle is brushing off Kim’s nose job so easily. Going under anesthesia is a very important thing and it shouldn’t be brushed off so easily.” Yolanda is concerned about the anesthesia and how it impacts Kim’s recent health issues.
But the tensions grow when Kyle Richards begins pinch-hitting for Adrienne Maloof again. Yolanda tells news that Kyle loves to stir up old drama. But with really no other storyline dominating these recent RHOBH episodes, it remains unclear if Kyle is really rehashing the Brandi-Adrienne dispute by herself or is possibly being “encouraged” by producers to continue the storyline to keep viewer ratings.
Yolanda fumes “It is not your job to defend her. We keep on going over and over the same story. We have wasted three dinners screaming about this.” Yolanda says it’s time to move on. But with an ostensibly boring, non confrontational, cast this year, what is left to discuss? “Guys, come on. Kyle loves to make drama, like she is standing up for Adrienne. But Adrienne is not in Vegas because Adrienne chose not to be in Vegas. So end of the story. Stop bringing it up.”
Kyle says there is nothing wrong with her actions. “I will defend what I think is right.” Yolanda replies “I understand. But you have said it so many times. We know your opinion. So let’s move on.”
Kyle tells Yolanda that she is not fighting someone else’s battle. Ironically, that is what Faye Resnick was accused of. “It’s not just me, its not my battle. Its not my fight.” But Yolanda sees it differently. “But you are the one in the conversation. It is your fight. It is your battle.”