These are unremarkable words.
On a Wednesday night episode of The Real Housewives of Dubai, Lesa Milan claimed that Nina Ali once rang her pal Caroline Stanbury ghetto and trashy.
Nina became known the whole day, and when Stanbury was trying to be friends with me, Nina would advise me to be cautious of her and to be honest, some of her statements were so terrible I will not even repeat it, according to Milan in a confession.
Despite a bit of encouragement from production, the Mina Roe maternity designer eventually spread.
Um, Shes ghetto, shes ratchet, and she''s trashy, according to Milan, describing Alis as a ploy.
She affirmed that the greater was said: Those are the good things. All the things that am saying, the good things.
Milan''s remarks came after a lunch with Caroline Brooks, during which the women discussed Ali and Stanbury''s journey from foes to friends.
Please explain to me when Nina Ali became best friends with Caroline Stanbury, because from what I remember, Nina has been the only person in our friendship circle that has ever misled about Caroline, according to Brooks.
A social media post by Ali sent the founder of The Glass House was particularly shocked. She shared a photo of her and Stanbury with the following caption: Every blond needs a brunette bestie.
This is why it''s so adolescent to me. You know me, I cannot pretend. Milan told Brooks, adding that she wanted to avoid engaging in any future comedy with Ali.
While grabbing a party with castmate Chanel Ayan, Ali swore out to see that she wasn''t always Stanbury''s biggest fan early in the episode.
When I first met Ayan, I didnt like her. She was not my cup of tea, she explained to the model, who is experiencing her own problems with the Ladies of London alum.
When I met her, when she actually chatted to her, she said, "You know what?" I felt the same about you. I did not think you were your tea cup, however, I gave her the chance.
Still, her explicit admission in no way prompted Ayan to do things with Stanbury. Nina, I see who you are. In a confessional, the Kenyan woman savagely described her co-star. She''s also very tense.
The Real Housewives of Dubai starts air Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.