Ramona Singer Denies Racism Allegations On ‘RHONY’


Reality TV star Ramona Singer is speaking out against recent allegations of racism on the set of ‘Real Housewives of New York’ (RHONY). Singer, known for her role on the popular show, has been accused by former castmate Eboni K. Williams of making racially insensitive comments.

Key Takeaway

Ramona Singer, a cast member of ‘Real Housewives of New York,’ has denied allegations of racism made by former co-star Eboni K. Williams. Singer maintains that she is not racist and has never used racial slurs. The controversy has resulted in her removal from BravoCon in Las Vegas.

Sources close to Singer have vehemently denied the allegations, stating that she is not racist and has never used any racial slurs during her time on the show. The production company behind RHONY reportedly investigated the claims two years ago and found no evidence to support them, allowing Singer to continue her participation on the show and other reality TV projects.

A Controversial Vanity Fair Report

The controversy surrounding Singer intensified after a recent Vanity Fair report that featured an interview with Williams. According to Williams, during a training call focused on racial sensitivity, Singer asked why “most” Black people didn’t have fathers in their lives.

Williams alleged that Singer responded with, “What if they don’t have a father? Why can’t I say that? Most of them don’t.” The conversation reportedly took place in the presence of racial justice representatives, a Bravo publicist, and an NBCUniversal communications expert.

Ramona Singer’s Response

Despite the accusations, Singer has maintained that she has never used any racial slurs and that she has always liked Williams. She wishes her former castmate nothing but the best.

Singer is also reported to still be on good terms with other RHONY cast members, such as Luann de Lesseps, Sonja Morgan, and Dorinda Medley. However, due to the fallout from the controversy, she has not been seen with them as often.

BravoCon Fallout

In addition to the allegations and denials, Singer has faced consequences for her recent remarks. She has been pulled from the upcoming BravoCon in Las Vegas, following an interview with Page Six where she attempted to refute the Vanity Fair report.

According to a source familiar with the situation, Singer’s removal from BravoCon was a result of her comments to Page Six and not solely based on past racism claims. It appears that she may have unintentionally worsened her own situation.